Minnesota lawmakers pass COVID-19 relief package for businesses, workers
The Minnesota Legislature late Monday night approved a COVID-19 relief package, providing aid to struggling businesses and extending unemployment insurance to workers whose benefits could… READ MORE
Minneapolis approves cuts to police budget, not staffing
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a budget early Thursday that will shift about $8 million from the police department toward violence… READ MORE
MN GOVERNOR CALLING ANOTHER SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE SESSION TO EXTEND COVID EMERGENCY POWERS
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Governor Tim Walz is calling yet another special session of the Minnesota Legislature to again extend his peacetime emergency authority during… READ MORE
Minneapolis police investigating ballot harvesting claims amid allegations surrounding Omar
The Minneapolis Police Department is investigating claims by right-wing activist group Project Veritas that individuals tied to Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., engaged in illegal ballot… READ MORE
Omar fires back at Trump over rally remarks: ‘This is my country’
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on Tuesday night fired back at President Trump, who went after her at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania.
Trump on Tuesday… READ MORE
Rep. Ilhan Omar Wins Congressional Primary
Ilhan Omar has won her primary, informally securing a hold on Minnesota’s historically Democratic-run 5th district, the Associated Press projects.
After a high-profile first term… READ MORE
Mike Lindell Says ‘It Sure Looks Like’ He’ll Be Running Against ‘One of The Worst Governors’ in the Country
While cautioning that he is currently focused on getting President Donald Trump re-elected, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said Tuesday that “it sure looks” like he… READ MORE
Minneapolis City Council president aspires to have a ‘police free society’
The president of the Minneapolis City Council, who went viral for saying that calling the police when your home is broken into “comes from a… READ MORE
Most of Minneapolis City Council pledges to ‘begin the process of ending’ police department
In their boldest statement since George Floyd’s killing, nine Minneapolis City Council members told a crowd Sunday that they will “begin the process of ending… READ MORE
Minnesota archdiocese will not comply with governor’s limit on religious gatherings
The Catholic Church in Minnesota is defying the state’s limit on religious gatherings.
In a letter issued Wednesday, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis… READ MORE