The number of employees retiring from state government has hit a new annual record, and some officials worry they won’t be able to replace the skills walking out the door.
Back in 1977, Saturday Night Fever was on the big screen, Dave Moore was delivering the news on the little one and a young meteorologist named Mike Fairbourne was driving cross-country from Oregon, with his wife Peggy, and four young kids in the car.
After more than 30 years at WCCO-TV, Meteorologist Mike Fairbourne is saying goodbye. Check out some videos of him from his tenure at WCCO.
Mike Fairbourne joined WCCO-TV as a meteorologist in 1977 and he is retiring June 30 after three decades of keeping the Midwest informed about our ever-changing weather. Leave a comment below to wish him well […]
Brett Favre says while his playing days are definitely over, he hasn’t decided what he’s going to do with himself in the coming years.
CBS Moneywatch editor at large Jill Schlesinger shares a look at the importance of your credit score.
New census figures show that despite growing, youthful communities of immigrants, the state is getting older overall.
More than 1,000 Minnesota state employees opted for an early retirement program in the past nine months, saving the state an estimated $47 million over three years.
Police say a Duluth officer, just days away from retirement, is hospitalized after his squad car was hit by a repeat drunken driver.
It sounds like Brett Favre could be hanging it up for good. Seriously.
With Target Field finally open and receiving rave reviews, Jerry Bell has decided to retire.
After 51 years, Saturday, December 18th will be Charlie Boone’s last show on WCCO Radio.
December 18th will be Charlie Boone’s last show on WCCO Radio. Charlie Boone is a true legend in Minnesota and without question, one of our finest “Good Neighbors”. Enjoy some of our favorite moments from over 51 years of Charlie Boone on ‘CCO!
After 51 years, Saturday, December 18th will be Charlie Boone’s last show on WCCO Radio. Take a moment and wish our “Good Neighbor” well as he says goodbye to WCCO.
Thirty-two years later, the ride of a lifetime is over. Don Shelby signed off for the final time on Monday, ending his longtime career of anchoring the WCCO 4 News at 10 p.m.