The 66th annual Governor’s Fishing Opener set for this weekend in Park Rapids may be one for the record books. Many lakes in the area still have lots of ice, enough so that even a couple of days of warm temperatures are unlikely to make it disappear in time for Saturday’s walleye opener.
Four people want to to be Red Wing’s next mayor, and chances are good that whoever wins will not have a connection to the frac sand mining industry.
Race for Rochester’s city council president may be nearing an end.
When more than 60 loggers drove their loaded rigs through downtown Duluth to protest weight limits on interstate highways, several candidates for Congress reacted.
Wolfchild’s message is the Dakota people didn’t cause the war.
Ongoing image updates from around the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
Aiming to recover from former U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar’s stunning defeat in the 2010 elections that sent a wave of Republican freshman to the House of Representatives, Democrats will soon select one of three challengers to U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack.
Voter IDs laws have become a political flashpoint in what’s gearing up to be another close election year. Supporters say the laws — which 30 states have now enacted in some form — are needed to combat voter fraud, while critics see them as a tactic to disenfranchise voters.
Rep. Bachmann’s allegation that federal agencies are being infiltrated with Muslim extremists aiming to bring down the government has been met with bipartisan criticism.
Minnesota’s delegation reacts to the Supreme Court’s ruling on health care.