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Teacher Seniority Headlines GOP's State Education Plans

A retired English teacher will help set Republicans' agenda for making changes to the state's schools.

Minn. Supreme Court Rules Against Insurance Company in Key Storm Damage Dispute

A small Eagan condo association took a Fortune 500 insurance company all the way to the Minnesota Supreme Court -- and won. And the ruling could impact every Minnesotan with a homeowners insurance policy.

It started with a hail storm in October 2010. All 20 Cedar Bluff townhomes sustained some siding damage.

Minn. Teen Drivers Brace for Stricter Driver's Education Standards

Starting Jan. 1, rules for teens trying to get a driver's license in Minnesota are changing. 

On Thursday, state officials explained the reasons for the change.

Group Concerned About Bee Population Calls for Stop to Use of Some Pesticides

Minnesotans concerned about declining bee populations are on a mission to stop the use of some pesticides in the state.

A group in support of pollinators gifted the Minnesota Department of Agriculture on Tuesday with a basket of food and honey to thank them for the work they've done to increase bee habitats.

Burnsville Man Charged with Murder in Minneapolis Drive-By Death

Reginald Myers - Photo: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

A 34-year-old Burnsville man has been charged with murder in connection to a drive-by shooting in Minneapolis last winter.

Minnesota Twins to Visit More than 40 Communities in Winter Caravan

The Minnesota Twins have announced their plans for the club's 55th Annual Twins Winter Caravan. There will be stops in more than 40 communities throughout Minnesota between Monday, Jan. 12, and Thursday, Jan. 22.

The Twins Winter Caravan is one of the longest running and most extensive offseason team caravans in professional sports.


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