The credit, passed into law last year, helps finance the rehabilitation of historic buildings around the state -- and the U believes that will translate into the creation of 1,800 new construction jobs.
Dave Hutchinson has police license suspended for 30 days
The sheriff's suspension will begin on Nov. 22.
Man with sword, officers who shot him in North Branch identified
The 31-year-old was shot multiple times in the Friday incident.
Motorcyclist dies after hitting deer, striking tree
The 72-year-old died at the scene.
MN-based USA Curling 'reviewing' report that CEO ignored abuse in NWSL
Jeff Plush is under fire for multiple allegations made by U.S. women soccer players.
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Part of North Shore Scenic Drive closed due to coastal erosion
A permanent repair is being planned for 2023.
BCA: Missing 15-year-old from Glencoe might be in the Twin Cities
Treasure Robinson was last seen Sept. 17.
Sven Sundgaard responds to AccuWeather's winter forecast
Take anything beyond a couple weeks with a grain of salt, warns meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
Rage Against the Machine cancels rest of tour, including MN shows
The cancellations include a 2023 stop at the Target Center.
Watch: Speeding drivers use Minneapolis bike lanes to overtake
Community members have called for better safety precautions in response.
Jamal Smith sentenced to life for Plymouth road rage killing
A guilty verdict was determined by a jury this summer.
DFL jobs plan includes tax credits for businesses that hire the unemployed
Hiring workers off of Minnesota's unemployment rolls would earn businesses a $3,000 tax credit under a jobs plan unveiled by Governor Dayton and DFL lawmakers. Those hiring veterans or recent graduates would also get the credit. Dayton says the cost of the $35 million program could be met by closing tax loopholes.
Construction jobs increased in Twin Cities in 2011, declined in Duluth, St. Cloud
1,400 new construction jobs in the Twin Cities made for a three percent increase compared to a year earlier. While Rochester held steady, Duluth and St. Cloud saw declines of six and two percent, respectively.
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