The poverty rate inched up in Minnesota last year while incomes fell, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.
More Americans than ever before are living below the poverty line, and 544,000 Minnesotans are there too. But how is the poverty line determined?
U.S. Census Bureau numbers show a sharp rise in poverty in Minnesota.
For the fourth year in a row, a new national report ranks Minnesota children second in the nation for health and well being.
New census data show nearly half of the state’s 10 most impoverished counties are in northwestern Minnesota, where jobs that can support families can be hard to find.
Craig Brooks knew it was time to retire, but he couldn’t make the decision without some soul searching.
A mobile home park of about 700 residents incorporated as a city is among Minnesota’s poorest communities.
New figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show poverty and unemployment increased significantly in many Twin Cities suburbs last year.