The tornado that swept through north Minneapolis a year ago Tuesday damaged thousands of homes and businesses. It also dented pocketbooks. When the costs to homeowners, taxpayers, insurance companies, and charitable groups are totaled, the Star Tribune estimates the price tag came to $80 million.
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North Minneapolis tornado repair bill about $25 million so far
More than $25 million has been spent so far fixing up the roughly 3,600 homes and businesses damaged in the devastating tornado. Right now the city is trying to contact the hundreds of homeowners who still have damage to their property to ensure they're ready for winter.
Twin Cities Red Cross chapter helping tornado recovery in Ohio valley
Red Cross leaders headed south this weekend after more than 100 tornadoes swept through Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. The Twin Cities chapter is currently focused on West Liberty, Kentucky. More Minnesotans are standing by to help if needed.
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