The vote (with all Democrats in favor and all Republicans against) came after 15 hours of debate at the Capitol
St. Cloud Live will launch next month, offering a new source of local news and information for the St. Cloud, Minnesota, area. The website will be free to readers.
Irvine will replace William Craft, who is retiring in June 2023.
Concerns revolved around the lack of concrete information about the proposed merger, including if a combined system would support and provide reproductive health care and gender-affirming care.
Judge considers final arguments in commitment of Sioux Falls man, suspect in 1974 Minnesota homicide
Algene Vossen, 81, was found not competent to stand trial on a second-degree murder charge for the 1974 stabbing of a Willmar, Minnesota, woman in her home.
Elder Care IQ makes it easier to learn about facilities, but advocates say it misses important 'caveats'
"We have people dying who are sitting on our waiting list, trying to get in," one program director says.
Attorney General Keith Ellison’s office is looking into Mayo Clinic following a Post Bulletin investigation about the hospital suing low-income patients for unpaid medical bills.
The permanent layoffs of the cleaning workers will begin Jan. 21, state officials said
Just 20% of Minnesotans are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccine, according to MDH estimates.
Suzanne Griffiths, 46, was sentenced Friday to 58 months in federal prison and ordered to pay an additional $1,661,407.50 in restitution in connection with the scheme.
"A whole family, gone," said Klobuchar, who was joined in Thursday's news conference by Cheryl Burt, a Rochester mother who lost two sons to carbon monoxide poisoning in January 1996.
The agreement will allow American Indian students from Sisseton Wahpeton College to earn a four-year degree in emergency management, criminal justice, sociology or political science at North Dakota State University.