DEED: Minnesota’s Unemployment Drops To Record Low, Jobs Gained For 7th-Straight MonthMinnesota’s job growth has outpaced the nation and unemployment has dropped to a record low, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).
Target CEO Blames 'Unexpectedly High Costs' For Poor First Quarter ProfitTarget took a big hit from higher costs during the first quarter despite brisk sales.
St. Louis Park Renews Program To Help Homeowners, Businesses Switch To Solar PowerOn this Earth Day, how one local suburb is helping homeowners make the change to solar power.
Minnesota's Job Market Is Getting Stronger, But Not For EveryoneMinnesota’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest level recorded, according to new figures released by state officials.
Sen. Port, AG Ellison Host Roundtable Focused On Child Care Costs, Economic Security Of WomenIn recent years, lawmakers have been focused on addressing the sky-high cost of child care.
Local Food Pantries Struggling Due To Inflation, Supply Chain IssuesArea food pantries are struggling to feed hungry families in the community, and the need is growing again.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Urges 'Some Sort Of Relief' For Student Loan DebtRep. Ilhan Omar was among a group of progressives who met with President Biden recently to push student loan forgiveness.
Minnesota Businesses See Tax Hike Amid UI Impasse At CapitolEmployers across Minnesota are getting bills for higher unemployment insurance taxes after legislative leaders failed to reach a deal by a Tuesday deadline to avert an automatic hike.
How Do Lawmakers Plan To Fix Rising Gas Prices?With the war in Ukraine escalating, gas prices are only expected to continue rising. The crisis is generating some specific proposals to help consumers.
Gas Prices At Some Minnesota Stations Surpass $4 A GallonA WCCO crew in Plymouth spotted $4.24 at one station.
More Minn. Farmers May Be Planting Wheat This Year Due To Russia-Ukraine WarMinnesota farmers are getting ready for spring planting and most hope to be in the field by mid-April. But some farmers could be planting a different crop this year.
Best Buy Reports Shortfall In Holiday SalesThe chain, based in Minneapolis, also announced on Thursday profits in line with Wall Street expectations.
'The Damage Has Been Done': Downtown Businesses Fear Fallout From MLB LockoutAs the Major League Baseball lockout continues, there's concern among fans and businesses about losing games.
Target Releases Upbeat Revenue Outlook For 2022 After Strong Holiday SeasonTarget pushed through headwinds — from inflation to congested ports — to deliver solid results for the three-month period that included the crucial holiday shopping season.
Minnesota's Budget Surplus Balloons To $9.25 BillionThe updated forecast was $1.5 billion more than the whopping $7.7 billion surplus that Minnesota Management and Budget projected in December for the current two-year budget period.