Fatally Wounded 11 Year Old St. Paul Boy Identified His Killer
An 11-year-old Minnesota boy who had been shot five times was able to tell officers before he died that his mother’s boyfriend shot him and killed his mother and sister, according to criminal charges filed Tuesday.
Two FBI Agents Killed, Three Injured In Florida Shooting
The FBI has confirmed that two agents were killed and three were wounded while serving a federal search warrant in a case involving violent crimes against children in South Florida.
Minnesota Pipeline Opponents Are Seeking Biden’s Support
After President Joe Biden revoked Keystone XL’s presidential permit, opponents of other pipelines are hoping the projects they’ve been fighting will be next.
Carbon-Free Energy Legislation Introduced in Minnesota House
Minnesota lawmakers are beginning work on clean energy legislation that would require utilities to generate 100% of their electricity from carbon-free resources by 2040.
Governor Walz Budget Proposal Targets Wealthy Minnesotans for Tax Hikes
Gov. Tim Walz proposed raising taxes on the wealthiest Minnesotans and large companies Tuesday to help plug a projected $1.28 billion gap in the next two-year budget.
Governor Walz Rolls Out Education Reform Proposal
Gov. Tim Walz on Monday released the education portion of his budget proposal, aiming to address short- and long-term effects of the pandemic while putting the focus on racial equity and inclusion.
Minnesota Switches to Lottery to Distribute Vaccine Doses
Gov. Tim Walz on Monday announced changes in the sign-up process for a community vaccine program after heavy demand last week crashed a website and angered many people who could not get through.
Gophers Upset at Home by Unranked Maryland
ric Ayala had 21 points and three steals to help Maryland deliver another road upset of a ranked Big Ten opponent, a wire-to-wire 63-49 victory over No. 17 Minnesota on Saturday.
Minnesota Company Wins Court Order Against Accused Mask Counterfeiter
A federal judge has ordered a Florida company accused of selling counterfeit N95 face masks with 3M’s name on them to stop using the Minnesota company’s trademarks and representing itself as a distributor or authorized retailer for 3M.
Drunk Driver Drove Up Steps to Wisconsin State Capitol
Officials say it doesn't appear there was a political motivation.
Gophers Upset 7th Ranked Michigan in the Barn
It was the first loss of the season for Michigan.
Walz Blasts Federal Government For Vaccine Supply Snafu
Gov. Tim Walz has sharply criticized the federal government for the sudden uncertainty over whether states would receive increased shipments of coronavirus vaccines from the national stockpile.
Official: No Credible Immediate Threat Against Minnesota Capitol
Minnesota's Public Safety Commissioner made the statement at an afternoon news conference.
President-Elect Biden Proposes $1.9 Trillion COVID Package
It includes another $1400 in COVID relief payments to individuals.