Nearly 504,000 Minnesotans still rely on food stamps, more than double the number of 10 years ago. For many recipients, that financial assistance isn't enough to keep food on the table.
According to the property information company CoreLogic, 57,008 residential mortgage holders, or 9.9 percent, were underwater on their mortgages. That compares to 10.2 percent in the fourth quarter of of 2013.
Minnesota has the highest rate of homeownership among white households in the country, but the lowest rate among households of color.
Two life insurance companies have reached settlements with Minnesota officials who accused the companies of failing to pay up when policyholders died.
Compared to March of last year, housing prices in the Twin Cities are up 11.5 percent, slightly higher than the national average.
A report out today Tuesday from a homeowners advocacy group says communities of color are lagging far behind majority white neighborhoods in recovering from the foreclosure crisis.
The Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners put the Little Canada chiropractor on probation in 1991 following allegations he inappropriately touched several female patients and an employee.
Homeless service agencies across Minnesota are eyeing a slice of the $100 million state lawmakers set aside for affordable housing in this year's construction bonding bill.
A candidate who pledged not to force a Republican primary in Minnesota's 1st Congressional District has changed his mind. Jim Hagedorn was one of three GOP candidates vying for the party's nomination last month.
"I don't understand their logic but they know, and they're doing something," said her mother, Susan Pagnac, on Sunday. "That's a big start in the right direction."
Police spokesman Sgt. Paul Paulos says police responded to Parkway Middle School just before 2 p.m. following a single phone call.
Fifteen-month old Musa Dayib is in critical but stable condition after falling from an 11th floor balcony on Sunday evening. Musa's relatives believe he slipped through the balcony's railing.
The Minneapolis City Council's Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee today signed off on a staff recommendation that the city hire Architectural Alliance of Minneapolis and Denver-based Sink Combs Dethlefs to design an update of the arena, built by the Timberwolves in 1990.
The remittances, or money transfers, help form the backbone of the economy in Somalia. But over the last decade, many American banks quit working with Somali money transfer operators over fears of breaking anti-terrorism laws.
The Women's Economic Security Act requires businesses that contract with the state to certify they provide equal pay to men and women in the same job categories.