The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in favor of the city of Duluth in a case over retirement benefit cuts. The ruling gives the city the ability to cut retiree health insurance when it's doing the same for current employees.
Ant's massive slam leads Timberwolves to fifth straight win
The dunk didn't count, but provided the highlight of the night.
WIld arrive late, Cam Talbot stays on point to beat Devils
Despite a 30-minute delay, the Wild picked up a 3-2 victory.
Appeal to find 35-year-old missing from Oak Grove home
Police say he's not believed to be in danger.
7 MN Republicans urge states to audit 2020 election results
There has been no evidence of significant fraud in any single U.S. state.
How many MN kids age 5-11 have received a COVID vaccine dose?
The governor says the state has one of the highest child vaccination rates in the U.S.
Seven juveniles arrested in connection with stolen vehicles in Woodbury
Woodbury authorities have issued a warning following a spate of auto thefts.
1 dead after driver crashes into stalled vehicle on shoulder
The vehicle stopped on the side of the road was unoccupied at the time.
MDH has tips for how to handle vaccine talk at the Thanksgiving table
That's ... interesting.
Update: Vikings say Griffen is out of his home, 'getting the care he needs'
After hours in his residence, the 33-year-old exited "without incident," the team said.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, November 24
The latest data from MDH.
High court rules for families in newborn blood handling case
Parents are right to question what happens to blood samples taken from newborn babies. That’s the direction from the Minnesota Supreme Court that ruled in favor of families suing over the state Department of Health.
Appeals court rules MN high school students can get unemployment benefits
They've been denied the benefits, and some were even asked to pay them back.
In 1971, what was the Minnesota Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage?
On Oct. 15, 1971, the Minnesota Supreme Court made an historic stand on the same-sex marriage issue. What was its ruling? For the answer, click on the headline above...
Hennepin County ruling: Same-sex partners can inherit each other's assets
In a groundbreaking ruling Wednesday, the Hennepin County Court ruled a Minneapolis man is entitled to his late, same-sex partner's assets. The ruling effectively stated that Minnesota's Defense of Marriage Act does not deny the right of same-sex partners to the "benefits of marriage," including the right to inherit.
State campaign finance director doubts U.S. court ruling will affect MN
Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling struck down Montana's ban on corporate money in politics. Minnesota's campaign finance director says changes the Legislature made after 2010's landmark court case mean this week's ruling should have little impact here.
Sick-time payouts jump as more state workers retire early
Thousands of employees are taking an option to retire early as the state tries to trim its workforce and balance the budget. But, as the Pioneer Press reports, many state employees take tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid sick time with them when they leave.
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