Budget vote and a break in store for lawmakers The Minnesota legislature is facing a busy day today but also a very short week. Members of the House and Senate will head home for their traditional Easter and Passover holiday break after voting on a budget cutting bill.7:20 a.m.
Excise tax has local medical device makers concerned The new health care law will bring a raft of changes to the medical industry, including an excise tax on many medical devices, and the tax is causing a lot of consternation in one of Minnesota's most prominent industries.7:25 a.m.
Residential housing growth declines in Twin Cities New numbers don't appear to offer much joy to people in the Twin Cities hoping to curb sprawl and encourage smart growth. New numbers show residential housing is increasing in many central cities across the country while the rate is declining in Minneapolis and St. Paul.7:45 a.m.
Monday Market report with Chris Farrell Minnesota Public Radio's chief economics correspondent Chris Farrell gives a preview of the week on Wall Street, and analyzes what's happening in the economy in the Upper Midwest.8:25 a.m.
Target Field -- how's the food? The Twins' move across town to Target Field is providing an opportunity for Twin Cities restaurants to reach a new audience. Along with traditional stadium fare, the new ballpark also features different and more upscale choices.8:40 a.m.