Gov. Mark Dayton killed the measure that would require agencies that receive state funding to figure out what to do if the government can't deliver the money. Dayton says the measure merely intends to raise the public's doubt about the reliability of government.
Man killed by St. Paul police ID'd by family, community demands answers
The man was identified as 24-year-old Howard Johnson.
Quick shot of snow to impact morning commute in Twin Cities
Snow is moving into the metro Wednesday morning.
Body found in burned out car near Bird Island identified as local farmer
The deceased is a 59-year-old man from rural Bird Island.
I-94 temporarily closed in Moorhead as man was rescued from bridge
The man was on a railroad bridge support pillar.
Minneapolis' Khâluna named in Eater's 2022 'Best New Restaurants'
The restaurant, opened in 2021, is known for its Laotian cuisine.
3 pedestrians struck by drivers Monday in Minnesota; 2 dead
The victims involved a 39-year-old man and two 74-year-old men.
Shifting storm tracks: Significant storms Friday, next week?
Sven Sundgaard has the details on an interesting forecast.
Worker suffers serious injury in rooftop fall in rural Minnesota
The man only fell a few feet, but suffered a serious leg injury.
Minnesota cowboy severely injured while bull riding at national tournament
Reid Oftedahl suffered a head and neck injury.
Minnesota reports massive projected budget surplus of $17.6 billion
The huge surplus comes as the DFL prepares to assume a trifecta of the Legislature and the Governor's House.
Boil water advisory issued for part of Minneapolis after water main break
The main break caused significant flooding in an area of North Minneapolis Monday evening.
Dayton vetoes bill to expand fireworks
Late Saturday night, Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed a bill that would have allowed the sale and use of bigger and more powerful fireworks. The decision comes after opponents expressed concerns about fires or injuries. Supporters argued Minnesotans can go to neighboring states to buy fireworks.
Dayton: GOP is attaching money for veterans, cops to bills that will be vetoed
The Democratic governor is blasting Republican lawmakers who he says are tacking spending he supports onto bills he's said he'll veto. In a letter to the GOP Dayton says legislators behind the maneuver should bear the blame if veterans and public safety departments lose out on funding.
Dayton vetoes bill requiring doctor's presence when abortion is drug induced
Currently some patients take abortion-inducing drugs in the presence of a nurse, while on a videoconference with a doctor. In his veto message, Governor Dayton endorsed such telemedicine as safe and inexpensive.
Senate sends tax cut bill to Dayton, veto likely
The Minnesota Senate joined the House in approving a bill that would cut taxes by more than $40 million this year and by more than $140 million in the next budget cycle. But Governor Mark Dayton calls it fiscally irresponsible because it would take money from the budget reserve and would add to a deficit in the next biennium.
Smaller tax cut bill also vetoed by Dayton
A scaled-back version of a Republican tax cut plan met the same fate as its predecessor when Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the bill. Dayton said he could not sign a measure that would add to future deficits and reduce the state budget reserve. He also complained that the bill was aimed at cutting business taxes, without helping homeowners.
Dayton vetoes tax bill
Gov. Mark Dayton quickly vetoed Friday a Republican-backed tax bill that cleared the Legislature Thursday night, saying the measure irresponsibly added to the deficit in future years, Politics in Minnesota says. Dayton rejected notions that the veto would hurt the chances of Monday's Vikings stadium vote.
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