Minneapolis: we just don't love minorities and womenDespite programs designed to make sure that businesses owned by minorities and women get their fair share of Minneapolis city contracts, a new study shows that these businesses still get left out in the cold. For example, though 19.5 percent of ... More >>
Anchor Fish & Chips Chef (and contractor and carpenter) Luke Kyle chats with Hot Dish.
Scott Sennes promised to build dream homes for his clients, but instead walked away with their money
If you happened to live next to it, in a half-million-dollar condo, you might identify the monumental concrete slab as an unfinished building foundation and consider it an eyesore.
Ten years ago, the world's largest window manufacturer wanted to build a new factory in Bayport. It never happened.
Ten years ago, Andersen Corporation, the world's largest window manufacturer, said it wanted to build a new factory in Bayport. According to the company, there was just one problem: a lack of suitable land. So Andersen turned to its friends in the legislature for help. In an end of the session ... More >>
Flawed contracts. Cut corners. Inadequate inspections. Complaints about conflicts of interest. University of Minnesota president Mark Yudof might be getting out just in time.
The Hollman redevelopment project is finally under way on Minneapolis's near north side. Now it's time to follow the money.
A crumbling mill and its prodigious graffiti make for an unauthorized museum of industrial art