Frontier Communications Customers May Be Eligible For Rebates, Bill Credits Following SettlementCurrent and former customers of Frontier Communications may be eligible for rebates or bill credits for certain past service quality and reliability issues, according to the Minnesota Department of Commerce.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Minnesota's Energy Assistance Program Has Funds To Help Pay Energy BillsHouseholds have until July 1 to apply for the assistance.
State Lawmakers Announce Plans To Crack Down On RobocallsMinnesota lawmakers are joining the fight against frustrating robocalls.
Minnesota Insurance Rates 'Stable' in 2020, As Per State Commerce Dept.This report comes ahead of the open enrollment period beginning Nov. 1 for 2020 coverage plans. These rates do not affect those under large employer plans or public programs.
California Company Fined For Mailing Misleading '' Letters To Elderly MinnesotansThe Minnesota Department of Commerce has fined a California-based health insurance agency for mailing hundreds of thousands of misleading letters to elderly Minnesotans.
Charges: Lakeville Man Stole $740K From Seniors In Metals Investment ScamA Lakeville man is charged with fleecing $740,000 from senior citizens in a precious metals investment scheme.
Commerce Department Warning Of Diesel-Tainted Gas In Rochester AreaThe state commerce department is warning consumers that there could be tainted gas at stations in southeastern Minnesota.
Commerce Dept. Recommends Against Line 3 PlanMinnesota's demand for gasoline appears unlikely to increase over the long term, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said.
Environmental Review Due For Enbridge Pipeline ReplacementThe $7.5 billion project would replace a pipeline from the 1960s that no longer operates at full capacity.
State Revokes Credit Repair Business Owner's License AgainThe state revoked a Twin Cities businessman's license Wednesday for what they call "untrustworthiness" and "incompetence."
Department Of Commerce Helps Consumers Locate Missing MoneyThe Minnesota Department of Commerce is trying to help residents find money or property that disappeared during a move, after a death or just plain forgetfulness.