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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Dr. Marshall Brinton saw the headlines after Minnesota passed a medical marijuana law, looked around at the equipment in his old veterinary laboratory and thought: Yeah, I could do that.
Arshia Sandozi is one of 25 Minnesota Muslims featured in the traveling exhibit.
A discussion with Rebecca Otto, the Minnesota state auditor The Minnesota Office of the State Auditor is a key player in the state's oversight of cities and other local governments.
It will be a political phenomenon like nothing Minnesotans have experienced in decades: a wide-open, four-candidate Republican primary election for governor on Aug. 12. After the GOP endorsed losing candidates in the past two statewide elections, this year more governor wannabes decided to skip the party's cumbersome endorsing process and jump ... (more)
As 10-year-old Caroline Tison stepped onto the carousel's platform in Como Park Wednesday, she eyed her prospects carefully.
The conflict in Israel and Gaza is dividing the world, and many folks in Minnesota.
What would you do if you just discovered the highest-ranking leaders of an organization you thoroughly believe in have for almost 30 years misled everyone to cover up crimes of their front-line leaders? Catholics across Minnesota - along with the Vatican and even Pope Francis - need to be asking themselves that question about the Archdiocese of ... (more)
The federal government says 173 unaccompanied immigrant children have been placed in Minnesota since the start of the year.
Still, Revenue Secretary Rick Chandler and Wisconsin lawmakers who live on the border with Minnesota said they hoped the two states could reach agreement for the 2015 tax year before a Sept.
Wisconsin's latest income tax reciprocity offer to Minnesota does not include an additional payment of up to $6 million a year that its neighbor wanted, a demand that the head of Wisconsin's Revenue Department derided Thursday as "unprecedented."
A lifelong resident of Minnesota, Michael Brodkorb is an experienced communications, social media, public affairs & research consultant and is an observer of all things political.
The Service Employees International Union is accustomed to winning - persuading adjunct faculty members to unionize on campuses around the country.
Insurers will refund about $330 million in premiums to 6.8 million consumers across the country in the coming weeks as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
"If you don't like me because I am short, that's fine," he said. "If you don't like me because of my religion, that's a problem."
URBAN LEGEND: Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter is about a Japanese woman who travels to Minnesota in search of the mythical fortune from Fargo.
From Wabasha to Warroad, from Sleepy Eye to Silver Bay, Dateline Minnesota scours the state to bring you breaking news from outside the Twin Cities.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 09:51 am
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