Minnesota Musher Disqualified as Assault Claims Roil Iditarod
Brent Sass won the grueling sled dog race in 2022.
Minnesota Lawmakers Considers Physician-Assisted Suicide Bill
The Minnesota bill would allow patients age 18 and older who are suffering terminal illnesses and have less than six months to live obtain drugs they could take to end their own lives.
Three Minnesota Children Have Died Since Rescue From Burning Home
St. Paul firefighters pulled 6 children and their mother from the burning home early Wednesday morning.
Sanford-Fairview Health Mega-Merger Scuttled
It would have created a system with more than 50 hospitals and about 78,000 employees.
It’s official – Minnesota Becomes 23rd State to Legalize Cannabis
Former Governor Jesse Ventura spoke at today's signing ceremony.
No Fatalities Reported in Aftermath of Building Collapse in Iowa
Davenport officials are making plans to demolish the structure.
No deaths reported after rescuers rush to save residents from Iowa building collapse, officials say
There were 84 units in the building, a mixture of residential and commercial spaces, the mayor said.
Gov. Walz Signs Paid Sick and Family Leave Law
The new benefit will take effect in 2026.
Conference Committee Agrees on Minnesota Pot Legalization Bill
A final vote could come this week.
Minnesota Lawmakers Approve Gun Control Legislation
It cleared the State Senate by a one-vote margin.