Reality Check: MN’s 10 Costliest Publicly-Funded Projects The Vikings broke ground on a new stadium this week. It's a project so big, it muscled its way straight onto the list of largest public projects in state history. It's bigger than the I-35W bridge construction, bigger than the St. Croix bridge... Lawyer Tab In Brodkorb Case Tops $390,000 A now-settled lawsuit filed by a fired staffer cost the Minnesota Senate $396,000 in legal defense fees on top of a severance award, a new tally based on a billing document made public Friday shows.
Dayton: Minn. Flags At Half-Staff For Mandela Minnesotans Mourn Mandela’s Death Dayton: Use $1B Surplus To Cut Sales, Income Taxes Minn. Officials Predict $1 Billion Budget Surplus State Sen. Westrom To Announce Congressional Bid Ritchie Seeks Dismissal Of Voter Sign-Up Challenge MNsure Signups Grow From Oct. To Nov., But Glitches Continue Minn. Budget Forecast To Set 2014 Session Stage Dayton Heads To Winona For College Campus Forum Ground Broken On Stadium, Critics Not Going Quietly
Ready Or Not – Winter’s Here In Full Force Some Minnesotans say “bring on the winter.” They want the snow, the sports and the ice. But others say “It's not even Christmas. Can't this all wait?” Bryn Mawr-resident John Padgett is definitely a Christmas guy. The lights go up early in his yard... Good Question: “Reply All” To Your Cold Weather Questions There's no denying winter has arrived in Minnesota. Many of us have sent us questions about our recent blast of frigid air this week. So we thought we'd answer your cold weather Good Questions in this week's Reply All.
Punch Pizza Raises Minimum Wage To $10 Per Hour ‘U’ Resorts To Unusual Methods To Thwart Evergreen Thieves Body Shops See Glut Of Winter-Damaged Cars Frigid Temps Can’t Stop Holiday Deal Hunters Reality Check: MN’s 10 Costliest Publicly-Funded Projects Century-Old Soo Line Building Attracts Modern Residents New Nordeast Brewery Unveils Craft Cider Victim Advocates Seek More Data On Accused Clergy Cold Forces Parade Cancellations In Minnesota Lawyer Tab In Brodkorb Case Tops $390,000