With the exception of a couple of infamously long and drawn out recounts, and a switch to takes-long-to-tabulate ranked-choice voting in Minneapolis, St. Paul and St. Louis Park, Minnesotans are
The period in late spring and early summer is the time of the year when construction crews are typically hard at work, getting things built, whether it’s roads, bridges, office
Minnesota hasn't had many presidential primary debates. South Carolina has hosted 21.
As part of a bankruptcy plan, Shopko shuttered all its stores last spring. Now, small Minnesota towns are figuring out what to do with them.
These days, the sectors with some of the highest earners in the U.S. are tech and finance. Minneapolis-St. Paul doesn’t have as much tech or finance — particularly tech investing and finance — compared to the country’s biggest cities.
Food manufacturing, accounting for about 700 firms that make up about 15 percent of all manufacturing jobs in Minnesota and is driven by firms like General Mills held relatively steady through the Great Recession has seen a 4 percent increase in jobs since 2013.
In 2018, Minnesota households earned a median $70,315 in income, down slightly from the year prior.
In general, Minnesota is poised to weather recessions better than some states, experts say.