Budget officials say the state lost almost $50 million in revenue and spent about $10 million preparing for and recovering from the shutdown. But those costs were more than offset by roughly 22,000 layoffs. Still, as the Associated Press reports, those figures do not reflect lost productivity or other "indirect" impacts.
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.
Cost of 20-day government shutdown piling up
The Star Tribune reports 29 claims by highway contractors, who lost work during the shutdown, have already settled for $2 million. That amount is likely to increase significantly with contractors for 65 more projects already or potentially filing claims.
More than two dozen legislators collected reimbursements during state shutdown
At least 28 legislators collected reimbursements for expenses during the state government shutdown last summer. The St. Cloud Times reports most of those are from the state Senate.
State report to tally price of government shutdown
A new report expected Tuesday from the Department of Minnesota Management will analyze the amount saved from idling 22,000 state employees versus revenues lost in other areas.
Half of state's road construction projects completed as winter nears
MnDOT says crews have been working hard to make up for lost time since the three week government shutdown in July. Fortunately, warm and dry weather conditions helped them to finish up about 250 projects.
Remember the shutdown? DFL legislative candidates hope you do
At this time last year a countdown to the shutdown was underway at the Capitol. DFL candidates are reminding folks of those days and saying the scene could repeat itself if Republicans keep control of the Legislature. A Republican leader says Minnesotans are not talking about last year and have moved on.
Dayton seeks Medicaid cost savings
The Dayton administration is asking the federal government to approve changes to Minnesota's Medicaid program that could save the state $151 million over five years, the Pioneer Press reports. Some of the savings would come through a proposal that asks the federal government to pay for state costs in mental health care, which the feds may not go for, one observer says.
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