It was not a typical day of class for students at Ellis. They had visitors from the Hormel Institute.
One in ten Minnesota taxpayers will be getting a break because of the law that Governor Mark Dayton signed into law last week.
MNsure enrollment tops 136,000, exceeding goal
Dayton says his pot-study plan lacks buy-in
Beau Zabel was shot to death in 2008.
Minn. minimum wage bill negotiations to resume
From tablets to SMART Boards and even special clickers, technology is taking over our communities and even area classrooms.
MNsure was anticipating those in their mid to upper 20s to be some of the last to sign up.
An Olmsted County man with a criminal history dating back to the early 1980s is having his appeal denied by the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
GOP presses for resolution on building controversy