Should St. Paul Induce—Or Shame—Nonprofits Into Paying For City Services?
Should St. Paul Induce—Or Shame—Nonprofits Into Paying For City Services?

The City Council has enlisted the Citizens League to study whether it should create a system to get nonprofits to voluntarily pay what the state constitution exempts them from paying.

MN Agency Gives $6.7M For Quality of Care, Employee Retention Projects
MN Agency Gives $6.7M For Quality of Care, Employee Retention Projects

Grant money will also be used to prevent certain infections, subsequently cutting the number of emergency room visits made to Minnesota hospitals.

Mayoral Forum Reveals Consensus on Doing More for North Minneapolis
Mayoral Forum Reveals Consensus on Doing More for North Minneapolis

That was the takeaway from Saturday's forum at Shiloh Temple for the nine candidates for Minneapolis mayor.

Minnesota Lawmakers Prepare For A Budget Showdown
Minnesota Lawmakers Prepare For A Budget Showdown

Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican leaders have found agreement on a handful of major issues so far. But things are about to get a lot tougher.

Mayo, U Of M Decry Proposed Research Budget Cuts
Mayo, U Of M Decry Proposed Research Budget Cuts

The two Minn. institutions combined for more than $500M in NIH funding last year.

It's Not Easy Being Minnesota Green
It's Not Easy Being Minnesota Green

The little cannabis industry on the prairie is pioneering a new model for medical marijuana. But its future is up in the air, given its high costs and restricted access.

The State Of Overqualified Workers
The State Of Overqualified Workers

A college education is a popular credential in Minnesota, but it isn’t needed to perform most jobs.

How Minnesota’s Success Is Dependent On Immigrants
How Minnesota’s Success Is Dependent On Immigrants

New research suggests the state leans heavily on immigrants when it comes to growth of the workforce, overall population, and the economy.

Chisholm Moves To Cut Ties With Ironbound Studios
Chisholm Moves To Cut Ties With Ironbound Studios

The mayor of the Iron Range city said the two parties should “go their own ways” as it moves to evict the movie studio from its basement due to unmet payments.