As Promised, Dayton Appeals FEMA Flood Aid DenialGov. Mark Dayton is raising concerns about the safety and sanitation of northeastern Minnesota homes that were badly damaged by summer flooding and that won't be covered by federal assistance.
Minn. Aid Agency Talks Famine Prevention A Minnesota-based aid agency is hosting an event to talk about strategies for ending the cycle of famine in East Africa.
Dayton To Appeal Feds' Denial Of Minn. Tornado AidGov. Mark Dayton says he will appeal the federal government's denial of disaster aid for homeowners, renters and businesses contending with damage from last month's deadly Minneapolis tornado.
FEMA Denies Individual Aid To Mpls. Tornado VictimsThe federal government has denied Minnesota's request for disaster assistance for homeowners, renters and businesses hit by last month's deadly tornado in Minneapolis.
What Do You Think Of The Elephants In Joplin??Can we nominate these pachyderms for a Good Neighbor Award?
FEMA Will Assess Tornado Damage In MinneapolisThe Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin assessing damage Thursday from the deadly tornado that tore through parts of north Minneapolis over the weekend to determine whether the area is eligible for federal aid, officials said Wednesday.
Minn. House Passes GOP-Favored Tax Budget BillThe Minnesota House has approved a tax budget bill unlikely to get support from Gov. Mark Dayton.
Republican House Plan Chops Local AidA new plan from Republicans in the Minnesota House would cut $746 million from money the state sends to local governments, with much of it coming from Minneapolis, St. Paul, and their suburbs.
Aid Available To MN Farms Hit By Tornadoes, Floods