One method off the table -- selling more tobacco bonds. House Democrats say the state cannot borrow against its multi-billion dollar tobacco settlement again.
Jordan Greenway runs into Darcy Kuemper, sparks fight
Kuemper got knocked out of the game, leading to the brawl.
MacKinnon's controversial goal helps Avalanche top Wild
Kirill Kaprizov's two goals were spoiled by a questionable call.
Attorney accused of sex assault misses hearing, DMs judge
He was arrested the next day after a warrant was issued,
Charges: Man who killed father with hammer says 'the devil made me do it'
The 33-year-old has been charged with murder.
Winter Carnival: Get vaccinated or test negative before coming
Organizers are also reminding people to be mindful of the city's emergency regulations.
2-year-old California girl hurt in crash in southern MN
Another passenger was also injured.
Did either of these 2 MN homes get voted the 'Ugliest House in America'?
This story contains spoilers for the HGTV series.
Driver, 15 years old, hurt when car collides with SUV
The road was wet at the time, the State Patrol said.
Twin Cities family featured on Andrew Zimmern's 'Family Dinner'
The episode made its TV debut Sunday.
California-inspired restaurant opens this week in downtown Minneapolis
It's located on the ground floor of the IDS Center.
Minnesotans have the Badgers back in the national spotlight
Three of Wisconsin's four leading scorers are from Minnesota.
Liriano retires: Remembering his meteoric rise as a rookie
There was no one better than Liriano from mid-May to late-July in 2006.
DFL lawmakers urge repayment of money state borrowed from schools
State Sen. Kate Sieben and Rep. Ryan Winkler say changes in the corporate tax could raise enough money for Minnesota to repay the $2.2 billion it borrowed from its schools in five or six years. They say the accounting shift has squeezed schools that are having to pay borrowing costs.
Minnesota eligible for $280 million from national mortgage settlement
The deal stems from a long-running investigation into poor foreclosure practices among the country's largest mortgage lenders. Five banks, including Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Ally Financial, agreed to pay about $26 billion to reimburse American homeowners. This is the biggest government-industry settlement since the 1998 multi-state tobacco industry deal.
State rewarded $2.1M as part of AIG settlement
Minnesota's general fund grew by about $2.1 million this week after insurer American International Group paid out big money to nine states in a settlement. The $46.5 million settlement, as well as a $100 million national penalty, resulted after AIG reported $2.1 billion in workers' compensation premiums as other types of insurance in order to lower taxes and assessment payments.
Court ruling means lower interest payments on state bonds
Minnesota’s Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter tells the Pioneer Press a state Supreme Court decision on refinancing bonds "will save Minnesota taxpayers tens of millions of dollars." The justices ruled the state can use future revenue from its 1998 settlement with tobacco companies.
Target opposes proposed $7.25B settlement on credit card fees
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation has joined a growing list of more than two dozen retailers who object the propposed multi-billion dollar deal to settle a seven-year class-action lawsuit, Twin Cities Business reports. More than 7 million merchants claim Visa, MasterCard and some of the nation's largest banks fixed the fees they charge to retailers on credit card transactions. A Minneapolis-based law firm filed the case in 2005 and announced the agreement earlier this month. The class-action settlement still requires a judge's approval.
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