University of Wisconsin-Superior is helping meet demand with online master’s programs
Efforts to identify the deceased are underway.
A 58-year-old man from South St. Paul, who was 29 at the time, has been found guilty of stabbing a 20-year-old woman
It's against district policies to give a child anything without a parents' permission.
The start date will depend on whether the state shutdown is lifted.
Overdose deaths started to increase sharply in March, which coincides with the state-ordered lockdown for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kandiyohi County is one of the hardest hit counties in the state.
A 17-year-old girl from Delano died after Thanksgiving due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Fortunately, nobody was seriously hurt.
The small business is located in town in Wabasha County.
The program will feature feel-good entertainment amid the pandemic.
5.4 percent of Minnesota mortgage holders were behind by at least one payment during the third quarter. That's almost a full percentage point lower than during the same period last year. It's also one of the lowest delinquency rates among the states.
The Center for Responsible Lending says Minnesota's foreclosure rate on bubble-era loans was higher than most other states. The report also found 5.5 percent of the Minnesota mortgages made during the housing bubble are delinquent.
James Ober was charged with racketeering in the case that involved more than 60 homes around Minnesota over the last several years, the Hudson Star Observer is reporting. The scheme involved finding fake buyers for homes.
The odds of finding a job in Minnesota are getting better, the Pioneer Press reports. Job postings climbed 15 percent in the second quarter compared with the same period a year ago, the state reported on Thursday. Employers reported nearly 63,000 openings, up from 54,700 last year.
The Minnesota Department of Health says the state had 20,175 cremations last year, compared with 18,070 burials. The Cremation Association of North America also notes that Minnesota had the 17th-highest cremation rate in the country at just under 50 percent in 2010 -- well above the national average of 41 percent.
When 5-year-old Brandon Chartrand, of Farmington, went into his mother’s purse to find the $4 he needed to get into a local pool, he found the family's $1,400 cash mortgage payment and stuffed it all in his swim trunks. An alert pool cashier notified his parents that their son was trying to gain admission with huge wads of cash.
Nearly 3,000 high-tech jobs were lost last year in the state. However, Minnesota still ranks 17th in the nation for the number of technology-based jobs.
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