Some MSP Airport Workers On Hunger Strike For Better WagesTwin Cities airport workers set up a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony just outside baggage claim on Wednesday -- one of America's busiest travel days of the year. It is where they could talk about the work they do, and the difficulty of raising a family on $10 an hour.
Minnesota Home Care Workers Getting A Pay HikeTens of thousands of home care workers in the state are getting a raise on Wednesday.
Gophers Give Kill Raise And Extra Year On ContractMinnesota has given football coach Jerry Kill a raise and another year on his contract. The university announced Saturday that Kill's deal was extended through the 2018 season and that he'll make $2.1 million in 2014, a big spike from his previous salary of $1.2 million. That was the lowest in the Big Ten. Athletic director Norwood Teague had promised for months the contract would be restructured.
Duluth Mayor Turns Down $20K RaiseThe mayor of Duluth is turning down a nearly $20,000 pay raise, saying he has enough to be thankful for and doesn't feel comfortable accepting a salary bump right now.
Postal Service Eyes Another Stamp Price IncreaseThe financially strapped U.S. Postal Service wants to raise stamp prices again. It could soon cost 49 cents to mail a letter. The post office said the 3 cent price hike is a last resort to deal with extreme financial challenges.
Dayton Signs Bill Giving State Employees Raise Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill giving tens of thousands of state employees a 2 percent raise.
Legislature OKs Raise For State Employees Tens of thousands of state employees will soon get a 2 percent raise.
Good Question: When's The Best Time To Ask For A Raise?One the most stressful workplace moments is going to meet with the boss and asking for a raise.
Minnesota 'Give To The Max' Day Returns Nov. 16Nonprofit organizations are again asking Minnesotans to "give to the max."
'U' Regents Approve 5 Percent Tuition HikeUniversity of Minnesota Regents passed a budget that cuts millions and raises tuition, but not before board members offered strong words.