The tax increase would be used to pay for a new $65 million high school. If the referendum is approved, home owners should expect to see their property taxes go up by about $126 a year.
Revival to close its original Minneapolis restaurant
Don't worry – it's bringing the chicken to its nearby BBQ joint.
Fatal crash under investigation on Hwy 62 in Mendota Heights
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating the crash near Dodd Road.
Gallery: Sale of Minneapolis penthouse marks highest price for condo in MN history
The seller is a member of the Pohlad family.
The former Bachelor Farmer space is sold in Minneapolis
A new restaurant is expected to open next year.
Supercharged atmosphere causing more mega-rain events
There could be a mega-rain event Saturday-Sunday in Minnesota, Wisconsin and/or Iowa.
Massive Burnsville landfill expansion nears final approvals
The City of Burnsville and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency are accepting public feedback on the proposal.
Kyle Rittenhouse attorney to defend accused Apple River killer Nicolae Miu
The attorney who helped Kyle Rittenhouse be acquitted of all charges is defending the alleged Apple River mass stabber.
Minneapolis police trying to ID pair in connection to fatal shooting
Police say the two people pictured are connected to the fatal shooting of Ivan Redday last month.
17-year-old girl killed in southern Minnesota crash
The crash happened early Thursday morning near Lake Crystal.
Ex-Brooklyn Center police chief sues city over resignation
Tim Gannon alleges he was forced to resign following the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Men injured after boat crash sends propeller spinning onto craft
The motor reportedly flew out of the water and severely injured two men on the boat.
Vikings blast referendum vote on stadium sales tax
The team says it would also add at least $100 million in additional costs to the $1 billion proposal. Team officials say taxpayers can't afford such a major delay.
House and Senate vote to use reserve fund to pay state debt to schools
Both the House and Senate approved Republican-backed bills to pay off Minnesota's debt to its schools by drawing down the reserve fund. But Governor Dayton is not a fan of the idea. Dayton and other DFLers think it would leave the reserve fund too depleted.
Edina could become first Minnesota city to use new financing tool for energy projects
The suburb is looking into what's known as the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program, which allows a local government to issue bonds on behalf of building owners who want to finance energy projects. Building owners then pay for the projects through surcharges on their property taxes. In effect, the energy savings finance the projects.
Bachmann on taxes: 'Everyone should pay something'
Bachmann says when it comes to the tax code, 'everyone should pay something…even if it's a dollar.' Bachmann also reiterated her calls to repeal a health care plan pushed under President Obama and tighter regulations on the financial industry.
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