Despite Supply Chain Issues, Holiday Spending Expected To Be On Par With Last Year, Survey FindsConsumers plan to spend an average of nearly $1,000 for themselves and their families this holiday season, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation.
Behind On Your Rent? Apply For Assistance Or Face EvictionStarting Tuesday, all lease terminations and eviction protections are lifted, unless you're eligible for rental assistance and filed an application.
Business Confidence In Economy Plummets, Midwest Report SaysBusiness leaders in nine Midwest and Plains states have seen their confidence in the economy plummet in recent weeks, according to a monthly survey released Friday that reflected leaders' lowest rate of confidence since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year.
Target Lowers Seasonal Hiring Goals Due To Tough Labor MarketAbout 100,000 seasonal workers will be hired nationwide, the company said Thursday, about 30,000 less than last year.
Businesses In Minnesota Can Now Apply For MN Main Street COVID Relief GrantsBusinesses that suffered hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic can now apply for the Minnesota Main Street COVID Relief Grant program.
Chanhassen Named Best Place To Live In The Country, According To Money MagazineMoney Magazine has named Chanhassen the best place to live in the United States.
MN Dept. Of Revenue Begins Processing Unemployment Insurance Compensation, PPP Loan ForgivenessThe Minnesota Department of Revenue has started processing Unemployment Insurance and Payback Protection Program (PPP) refunds that have been delayed due to tax law changes.
Connections To Independence Nonprofit Helps Young Adults Aging Out Of Foster Care SystemThe pandemic has been hard on all of us, but consider the effect it's had on young people in the foster care system. Kids who've aged out of the system are dealing with the challenges of being out on their own.
Group Of MN Lawmakers Gathers At Capitol In Support Of Line 3, Oppose Visit From ‘DC Squad’In just over a week, we've seen two protests of the Line 3 pipeline. But Friday morning, some Minnesota lawmakers and union members gathered at the State Capitol in support of it.
Jonas Brothers' COVID Vaccine Requirements Could Spell Problems For Upcoming Mystic Lake ShowWhile a number of music venues are requiring proof of vaccination for concert-goers, that's not the case at Mystic Lake Casino.
Facing Bus Driver Shortage, Robbinsdale Schools Bring In Out-Of-State Candidates A critical shortage of bus drivers has one school district looking cross-country to hire drivers.
'We're Extremely Short': St. Paul's Capital View Cafe Cites Worker Shortage As Cause For Temporary ClosureKathy Bauer made the difficult decision this week to temporarily close her family's breakfast and lunch spot.
More Mask Mandates Reinstated Across Minnesota As Delta Variant SpreadsIn Minnesota, it seems mask mandates are changing by the hour at public buildings, businesses and workplaces.
Why Are Federal Tax Refunds Delayed? And What Can You Do About It?We're two months since the deadline for filing taxes and still millions of Americans are waiting on their money. Even people who filed six months ago.
Sen. Tina Smith Says Democrats 'Are Going To Push As Hard As We Can' For Federal Paid Family LeaveThe U.S. is the only developed nation that does not have a federal paid family leave policy. In Congress, efforts to change that have been moving forward slowly.