The poll from Country Financial found nearly 9 in 10 residents fear another economic recession -- resulting in nearly 60 percent to cut back on their holiday spending this year.
Ryan Poles picking Chicago creates battle of the rebuilds with Vikings
Both of the Vikings' GM finalists land in the same division looking to return to relevancy.
Report: 'This Is Us' star creating NBC series about MN girls' hockey team
No word on when the show will launch.
Twins congratulate David Ortiz on HOF induction, it ends badly
Twins fans haven't forgotten the biggest mistake in franchise history.
Who left the burnt snowmobile on a frozen Minnesota lake?
There wasn't much left beyond the frame and a few other large, metal parts.
Charges: Drunk council member fled police on wrong side of Hwy. 100
The complaint alleges he caused a wrong-way crash, then drove around an officer that tried to stop him.
What does the future hold for the Vikings at linebacker?
Anthony Barr is hitting free agency, and Eric Kendricks is approaching age 30
String of vehicle thefts in St. Paul, most left running unattended
The department is urging people not to leave their car running unattended.
Duhamel replaces Estevez on 'Mighty Ducks' show on Disney+
The reboot premiered in March 2021.
Child COVID hospitalizations reach pandemic-high in northern MN
As omicron surges, more kids are ending up in the hospital.
'It's disgusting': Anglers dumping sewage on to popular ice fishing lake
A local CO told Bring Me The News it's people in newer, RV-style wheel houses.
Reward offered for information on 2021 double fatal shooting in St. Paul
It's been a year since Alejandro Rios and Michael Stewart were found dead on the sidewalk.
Reports: Poles to the Bears, Vikings 'may move quick' on Adofo-Mensah
That's according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Twin Cities shoppers to trim holiday budgets, spend more on gifts
Deloitte's 27th annual holiday survey shows shoppers in the Twin Cities plan to spend roughly $430 on gifts this year, but cut their overall holiday budgets.
Minnesota cities are cutting back on library services
Financially squeezed cities generally try to avoid cutting back on public safety. That means many turn to libraries, where shorter hours, fewer staff, and smaller acquisitions budgets are becoming common.
Survey: Twin Cities plan to party, decorate more this holiday
The survey by Deloitte found people will spend more on 'non-gift' items, like parties and holiday decorations, than on buying presents. Spending on non-gift items increased 22 percent this year compared to last. On average, that equals about $600.
Survey says shoppers in metro plan to spend a little more on Christmas
The Pioneer Press reports Twin Cities consumers plan to spend about 3.4 percent more than this year -- more than the national average -- which might be a sign the local economy is doing a bit better than elsewhere.
Salvation Army: Holiday help requests up 15 percent this year
More than 4,800 families have applied for help -- that's up nearly 15 percent from the same time last year. And that number will likely grow -- families have until next month to apply for help for the holidays.
SPCO management offer: 15 percent pay cut for musicians
The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra management plans to make a new contract offer to musicians on Monday that proposes a 15 percent pay cut, a cut of several musician positions and an early retirement program.
Rybak: federal cuts could cripple city services
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak was in Washington D.C. with the US. Conference of Mayors Thursday to denounce federal budget cuts that could cripple city services across the nation. Federally funded programs in Minneapolis like STEP-UP and SAFER along with youth violence prevention initiatives are at risk.
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