The credit was cut as part of a debt deal to end the government shutdown earlier this summer. But MPR reports apartment renters and small commercial properties will likely be hit the hardest -- with tax increases around 17 percent.
Man fatally shot by police at Mounds View liquor store is identified
The 21-year-old died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Biden lays out wintertime plan to curb COVID's spread
It comes as the U.S. reported its second case of the omicron variant.
MN Dept. of Corrections offering $5K bonuses as it seeks to hire 200
The DOC is offering hiring bonuses for new employees and for referrals.
Mayor Frey unveils workgroup to develop public safety recommendations
There are 35 members in the workgroup.
MN city named best ice fishing destination in the US
A lake in Wisconsin also made the top 8.
'TODAY Show' surprises Minneapolis youth nonprofit with toys
It's part of the program's Season of Giving toy drive.
3rd federal medical team to join COVID-19 fight in Minnesota
There are more than 1,500 people with COVID-19 admitted to Minnesota hospitals.
Driver killed after other motorist crosses into opposite lane
The head-on crash occurred early Thursday, just north of the Twin Cities.
MSHSL approves shot clock for Minnesota varsity basketball
Shot clocks will be required at all varsity games beginning in 2023-24.
Popcorn shop featured on 'The Late Show' has to close 2 days later
A county inspection after the national TV appearance found code violations.
Minnesotan infected with omicron was vaccinated, had booster shot
The Hennepin County man received his booster shot in early November.
Property tax increases will likely mean higher rents next year
Recent changes to the state's property tax rules are increasing taxes on apartment owners, and many of them may pass those costs on to their tenants. High demand and few vacancies aren't helping the situation for renters.
Early numbers suggest most of us will see higher property taxes
MPR cautions that property taxes can be a complex thing in Minnesota. Most increases will be in the single digits.
Local leaders brace for taxpayer angst as 'TnT' letters roll out
The state's new tax bill ends the homestead market value credit, which lowered property taxes on many homes. Forum Communications' Don Davis reports poor, rural areas will likely be among the hardest hit. Homeowners will get the details next month when "truth in taxation" statements arrive in mailboxes.
Biodiesel may be booming again
The Los Angeles Times recently dropped in on Glenville, Minn., where the SoyMor plant has started up again. The paper says plants across the nation are ramping up thanks to a federal tax credit and renewable energy mandates. An industry trade group says production could break records this year.
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