The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Friday that school districts need to be more accountable in reporting campaign spending. The ruling stems from a 2010 complaint filed against the St. Louis County School District, which alleged district leaders and school board members violated state campaign laws by using public funds to promote the passage of a school building bond referendum -- and not reporting it to the state as campaign spending.
Hunt for inmate who escaped correctional facility in northeast MN
The 42-year-old might be in the Floodwood area.
Suspect kills himself after shooting woman and baby at Fargo restaurant
The suspect was found dead in a stolen vehicle in Minnesota.
Charges: Guest stabbed three men as they slept in Albert Lea
Investigators believe the suspect is related to all three victims.
2 charged for fentanyl overdose death of 19-year-old
The-19-year-old died from a fentanyl overdose last month.
Severe thunderstorm watch: Hail, 65 mph gusts, tornadoes possible
The watch is just north of the Twin Cities metro area.
The staggering rise of Minnesota's most famous lakes this spring
Imagine dumping Lake Minnetonka into Lake Superior 47 times.
Minnesota Senate shoots down latest marijuana legalization attempt
The bill didn't receive the required votes for further consideration on Wednesday.
Minneapolis wants to use $1M in federal cash to plant 200,000 trees
The goal is to have these trees planted by the year 2040.
MOA theater to debut wrap-around, 270-degree movie screen
The new technology will expand the movie screen onto the side walls of the theater auditorium.
Alcohol, no seatbelt possible factors in deadly southwest MN crash
The crash happened just before 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Target shares plunge on profit drop, as costs grow and customers spend less
First quarter profitability declines 52% year-over-year.
Driver ejected in fatal Roseville crash identified as 30-year-old
The crash temporarily shutdown westbound Highway 36.
Court ruling means lower interest payments on state bonds
Minnesota’s Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter tells the Pioneer Press a state Supreme Court decision on refinancing bonds "will save Minnesota taxpayers tens of millions of dollars." The justices ruled the state can use future revenue from its 1998 settlement with tobacco companies.
Retiring State Supreme Court judge takes job at William Mitchell
Retiring Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Helen Meyer already has a new job lined up after her retirement on Friday. The William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul said Wednesday that Meyer, a graduated from the school in 1983, will join the school in the fall as a "distinguished jurist in residence."
Supreme Court says state's claims over 35W bridge collapse can proceed
The court says the state of Minnesota can seek compensation from a California engineering firm that had tried to block lawsuits stemming from the bridge collapse. A federal investigation found a design flaw was a key factor in the tragedy.
State Supreme Court to hear marriage, photo ID title arguments on same day
The Minnesota Supreme Court is going to have a busy day July 31. The court Friday scheduled a case that seeks to undo Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's chosen title for the photo ID constitutional amendment the Legislature put on the November ballot. The other, previously scheduled, is for arguments over a nearly identical protest over Ritchie's title for the amendment to ban same sex marriage.
State Supreme Court overturns mother's murder conviction in newborn's death
The justices ruled that public officials acted improperly by discouraging expert witnesses from testifying on the mother's behalf. Nicole Beecroft had been serving a life sentence for stabbing her newborn to death in 2007. She'll get a new trial.
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