With claims for jobless benefits dropping, 120,000 Minnesota businesses will see their unemployment insurance taxes drop next year.
The Minnesota AFL-CIO is backing Gov. Mark Dayton and U.S. Sen. Al Franken in their re-election bids.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Minnesota senators say they must act next year on the politically charged issue of sex offenders, or risk having a judge do it
Sex offenders, the modern-day lepers of society and a politician's favorite whipping boy, are back in the news.
Education Minnesota, the state teachers union, announced Friday it was backing Gov. Mark Dayton in his 2014 re-election campaign.
MOORHEAD, Minn.—Minnesota's fight against aquatic invasive species is pitting the government panel that helps allocate Legacy Fund money
When it comes to keeping a sharp eye on growing government and rising costs, it behooves voters to be mindful of how much their top-paid city and county employees are making.
Property taxes in Minnesota could go up as much as 2 percent next year if local governments raise the maximum sums they have set in their preliminary 2014 levies.