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The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed several cases of a food born illness linked to E-coli on the Fond du Lac reservation.
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Parents and students in the United States scored a major victory 60 years ago in the Brown v.
President Barack Obama declared a major disaster in Minnesota after widespread flooding across the state.
The Minnesota Department of Health said the ill people do not all share obvious commonalities, indicating the source is a widely distributed food item.
Gov. Mark Dayton challenged energy policy and business leaders Thursday to find a way for Minnesota to eliminate coal from the state's energy production.
St. Cloud man to help research legal cannabis Minnesota is one of 23 states that has legalized medical marijuana.
Letter: Keep reliable coal in state's energy mix Renewables offer more options, but what happens when it's cloud or calm - and cold? Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/07/21/letter-keep-reliable-coal-states-energy-mix/12928589/ When it comes to Minnesota's energy future, I hope our policymakers will allow ... (more)
But for those who want a closer, more personal look at the city, there's Stephanie Croteau and her company, The Fit Tourist , offering biking and walking tours of the city.
Besides exposing 16,000 Minnesotans to Obamacare fines, the department is generally fouled up, and the governor won't see it.
Despite the bitter battle over the Affordable Care Act, there's a surprisingly large patch of common ground when it comes to health reform.
The bodies of a Minnesota father and son were finally found this week near a Mount Evans-area campground, but many questions about what happened still remain and authorities admit some may never be answered.
Legislation introduced by State Senator John Marty in the last hours of this year's legislative session is the latest hope that universal, single payer health care can be achieved in Minnesota.
Siblings Abby Ericson, 5, and Zach Ericson, 20 months, peek out of their tent at the Riverway campground at William O'Brien State Park on Thursday afternoon.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is working to get employers ready for a new law that requires fingerprinting and photographs of tens of thousands of people who care for children, the elderly and other vulnerable populations.
Like many fellow Minnesotans, some of Chef Lucia Watson's earliest culinary memories are snacking on fish at her north woods cabin.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:10 am
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