State officials aren’t likely to forget this episode of Congressional paralysis—and the precedent it set—any time soon.
A new awards program in the Land of 10,000 Lakes selected these four winners.
An IT operations use case has spawned a security use case as well in Hennepin County, and they’re not alone.
“We rely on a functioning federal partner ... and when our federal partners don’t perform the basic functions necessary for us to continue to operate these programs for the benefit of people, there’s consequences to that.”
In Minnesota, officials would be forced to choose between terminating care for expectant mothers and breaking federal law should Congress let Children's Health Insurance Program funding expire.
St. Louis Park’s new site understands residents seek transactional government.
Critics say that, unless the $1.4 billion fiscal plan in Minneapolis is turned in soon, there won’t be enough time to review it before public hearings begin next month.
But “almost nothing has been done in this country to keep it from happening again,” according to former Mayor R.T. Ryback.
Fishing enthusiasts continue to seethe with anger at the state as it seeks new solutions to a tricky problem.
The resignation, prompted by the unexpected killing of a 911 caller, was perhaps years in the making.
Also in our State and Local Weekend News Digest: Large swath of Los Angeles loses power; Dallas pension debacle finger-pointing; and Spokane’s ozone pollution problem.
PHOTOS: As the start of summer nears, public works crews in the city of Coon Rapids were plowing through a winter landscape, of sorts.
How health officials in Hennepin County are tailoring their efforts to suit the cultural and religious needs of the Somali-American community that’s most affected.
After years of anti-vaccination outreach, the immunization rate for Somali children in Minnesota is shockingly low.
Police in Wyoming, Minnesota had some fun on social media on April 20, a celebratory day for marijuana enthusiasts.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Florida’s newest invasive species; sanctuary city fights in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Yakima; and marijuana decriminalization in Kansas City.
“We should be outraged at the invasion that’s being allowed on our most intimate means of communication,” according to a Republican state senator from Minnesota.
Also in our State and Local Weekend Digest: A massive fire in Raleigh raises big safety questions; New Mexico legislature adjourns without a balanced budget; and New Hampshire looks to millennial gamblers to raise revenue.
Now in control of both the state House and Senate, Republican leaders look to tackle escalating health insurance premiums.
Investigators have forwarded findings from the Nov. 1 TDoS attack to a FBI task force.
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