It’s a common dilemma: your car is over 100,000 miles and you need an expensive repair. When does it make sense to repair the car and when does it make more sense to just give up?
The state says Xcel Energy is charging Minnesota families too much for electricity.
Winter is sloppy and hard on our clothes — especially shoes. Salt beats up on leather, as soles break or come apart.
Staff Sgt. Dan Westby and his wife have been invited to the President’s Inaugural Ball, but tight finances have the once-in-a-lifetime trip in limbo.
When every penny counts for many families, the cost of Thanksgiving doesn’t leave many people “thankful.”
Gov. Mark Dayton is fired up after hearing the Minnesota Vikings are considering seat licensing fees to help pay their portion of the new stadium.
The Minnesota State Fair might be over, but the state is still fighting to collect a specific parking tax.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission raised fees to off-site parking companies and they, in turn, are passing that cost on to us.
General Mills is reporting that net income slipped 28 percent in the second quarter, pressured by rising costs and some charges, but revenue jumped by double digits.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says the cost for building a Red River diversion channel around Fargo is going down.
In the first two months of the nationwide Occupy protests, the movement that is demanding more out of the wealthiest Americans has cost local taxpayers at least $13 million in police overtime and other municipal services, such as cleanup and sanitation, according to a survey conducted by The Associated Press.
Ever wondered what the cost of keeping America safe has been since 9/11? The Daily Beast has a rundown for you. Check it out!
Often the first decision in the college application process is whether to go to a public or private college. So what to choose? Public or private? The answer isn’t as simple as the question.
Ever think your luggage doesn’t weigh as much as the scale says? You might be right. GMA did some investigating.
A rally is happening Thursday at the Minnesota State Capitol over the effect Alzheimer’s disease could have on the state’s future budget. Activists say if the state doesn’t prepare for this, costs from Alzheimer’s could reach $10 billion in 20 years.