Republican Jeff Johnson says Minnesota will become California if DFLer Tim Walz is elected. If the opposite happens, Walz threatens Mississippi.
Mining is directly responsible for about 0.2 percent of Minnesota’s jobs and less than 3 percent of its economic output.
The homeless encampment along Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis has brought new attention to a long-standing and widespread problem.
Incomes and the population are up. Poverty and the rate of people without health insurance are basically unchanged.
Charts help tell the story of Minnesota's vote tallies on Tuesday.
Minnesota is the third-largest pork-producing state in the U.S.
Hillary Clinton “lost all but nine counties, but managed to win the state,” says Jeff Blodgett, a longtime DFL operative. “To me, that’s a lesson in really where the votes are.”
The proportion of candidates for the Minnesota House who are women inched up one percentage point versus 2016.
Enrollment often drops during good economic times. But there are also more enduring factors at play.
The number of resorts in Minnesota has dropped by nearly half since 1985.