Adrieanne Simmons, a St. Paul woman who said she was repeatedly punched in the head by a bus driver, wants to know why he’s back on the job. Her bus driver was charged with misdemeanor assault, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property in the October incident, but he’s back behind the wheel.
The latest on Food Stamp cuts….going into affect tomorrow.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar joined five families Sunday at the University of Minnesota who have been impacted by diseases such as juvenile diabetes, Autism, epilepsy, and Alzheimer’s. She said these are the people who are being hurt by cuts to funding of medical search.
Supervalu is eliminating about 1,100 positions nationwide, or about 3 percent of its workforce, less than a week after the supermarket operator completed the sale of five of its grocery chains.
Officials with Best Buy, Inc., announced Tuesday they’re cutting costs and eliminating 400 jobs at its Richfield headquarters as part of a restructuring plan.
Minnesota Rep. John Kline, a member of GOP leadership in Washington, says automatic federal budget cuts neither side wants have a “better than even” chance of kicking in.
A budget committee has finalized another $10 million in recommended cuts for the Stillwater Area School District.
St. Paul Public Schools are asking voters to approve an upcoming levy, or they may be facing some major cuts.
The Postal Service is broke and on Monday, they’ll unveil a temporary fix, which means your cards and letters are going to show up later.
Thousands of Minnesota college students are upset over proposed cuts to the Pell Grant program. And they want lawmakers to know about it.
The Minnesota Vikings have waived quarterback Rhett Bomar and nine other players in their first round of roster cuts.
As university budgets take a beating across the country, agricultural schools and extension programs are feeling the impact.
A budget bill that would slice into projected spending on health care and social services programs has cleared the Minnesota Senate.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a funding bill for state agencies and programs that would freeze state employee pay and reduce the size of the state workforce.
With another round of cuts to higher education expected from the Legislature this year, the University of Minnesota Law School is adapting in a dramatic way — by working toward financial independence.