A lawsuit filed this week seeks to vacate the executive order issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz preventing evictions in the state during the pandemic.
Gov. Tim Walz and a federal judge gave a one-two punch to critics of Minnesota's mask mandate on Wednesday, with both men signaling that the requirement was here to stay.
Minnesota has never stored a body in a St. Paul building that state officials bought for $5.5 million this year as a temporary morgue for coronavirus victims.
Governor Walz is ordering all United States and Minnesota flags at state and federal buildings in Minnesota to be lowered to half-staff in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday.
Exactly six months ago Minnesota restricted in-person dining at restaurants. Thursday, one group said nearly half the restaurants in the state may close by January if the state doesn’t ease restrictions.
Minnesota’s Governor is asking the U.S. Census Bureau to extend the response period to Oct. 31 as originally planned after the bureau decided to end the response period early.
29 Minnesota firefighters and nine trucks will head to the front lines of wildfires raging in the state of Oregon Tuesday.
A Shoreview-based business technology company announced it is moving its headquarters to downtown Minneapolis.
A group of high school athletes, along with family members and other supporters, gathered Saturday to push the governor to reconsider restrictions on fall sports.
Minnesota Senate Republicans fired another of Gov. Tim Walz's commissioners during a short but contentious special session Friday, after they were unable to end Walz's emergency powers over the coronavirus pandemic.
In honor of the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Governor Tim Walz is ordering flags to be flown at half-staff at state and federal buildings in Minnesota.
Gov. Tim Walz says he's gotten no promises from Minnesota Senate Republicans that they'll avoid firing any more of his commissioners during Friday's special session.
Gov. Tim Walz is calling lawmakers back to the Minnesota State Capitol for the fourth special session of the season.
Gov. Tim Walz bumped elbows with Wyoming Elementary School students as they got off the bus Tuesday on the first day of an uncertain school year in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Minnesota started paying the $300 a week boost in unemployment benefits to laid-off workers Friday.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and public health officials warned that the upcoming Labor Day weekend is a tipping point for the state in the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the nation's most prominent voices in the response to COVID-19 made a stop in Minnesota on Sunday.
There will not be a curfew in Minneapolis or St. Paul Friday.
In a news conference following a night of unrest in Minneapolis in which he deployed the Minnesota National Guard, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz emphasized the difference between looters and those protesting for change.
The day after Senate Republicans suddenly fired Minnesota's top workplace safety regulator, a GOP aide said "stay tuned" about their next target in a standoff that is unlike any in recent Minnesota history.