Need that new Justin Bieber ringtone? Come July 1, buying it will carry a Minnesota sales tax. Hiring a repairman for the office photocopier? That labor will be taxed. Catching a pay-per-view movie on satellite television? There's a tax on that, too. Full story
Four Minnesota watersheds have been selected to test a first-in-the nation voluntary pilot project that offers farmers incentives to reduce water pollution from their operations in exchange for protection from tighter future regulations, federal and state officials announced Monday. Full story
Minnesota took in about $25 million more in tax revenue in May than was initially expected, as revenue collections for the year continue to perform above projections. Full story
Minnesota got a special show over the weekend from a storm that sparked a display of the northern lights. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minnesota, joins Martin Bashir to discuss how the people in his district mirror those nationally in polls who say that sequestration is adversely affecting their lives – and weighs in on the surprise announcement of his fellow Minnesotan Rep. Michele Bachmann that she will not
A line of vicious storms stretching from Texas to Minnesota weave a flurry of destructive tornadoes. NBC's Chris Clackum reports
Bobby Tufts, 4, may look like a typical kid, but his resume goes way beyond daycare and playgrounds — he’s the mayor of the town of Dorset, Minn. He is already learning the challenges of holding an office of power, though, telling TODAY’s Erica Hill his girlfriend only likes him “because I’m the may
Supporters of same-sex marriage have something to cheer about after Minnesota's state Senate passes bill. KARE's Scott Seroka reports.
May 26, 2013 - Little Falls, Minnesota, U.S. - At the Memorial Day Service at the State Veterans Cemetery in Little Falls, Korean War veteran BOB PELLOW, 84, was a flag bearer in the strong winds that presided over the ceremonies. (Credit Image:
Sen. Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, left, sponsor of the gay marriage bill in the Minnesota Senate, and his partner Richard Leyva greet a large, joyous crowd as they arrive at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. on May 13, before a Minnesota Senate debate on a bill that would make Minneso