Plus, Governor Dayton doesn't want to relax marijuana laws, Strib journalists want raises
Star Tribune journalists haven't received raises in more than five years, and they're beginning to speak out about it.SEE ALSO:-- Pioneer Press editor blasts Star Tribune writer for suggesting PiPress boycott -- Star Tribune stands by Bachmann coverage, reporter's "butthurt" response to criticism -- ... More >>
Image by nicksieger on FlickrIs your property tax too high?The legal eagles at the U of M law clinic say Minneapolis is making people--especially those who live in Phillips or North Minneapolis--pay too much property tax. Students compared home sale prices to property tax assessments and found ... More >>
Money: the Itasca Project wants yours A business partnership called the Itasca Project wants the public's help paying a $400,000 to $450,000 salary for its CEO. That means your money. Yeah--you, with the crappy salary and the tight budget.
Bicking is the first willing member of the CRA to not be reappointed.
Staffs gutted. Secrets stolen. A traitorous publisher forced to defend his actions in court. The future has never looked bleaker for the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press.
While the vaunted blogosphere fiddles over the injustice suffered by one of its own, here's word from one of the Star Tribune's actual reporters about the fate of his colleagues.
Will the departure of several prominent bylines hurt the paper's relationship with its readers?
In the Star Tribune newsroom, there's plenty of pissed to go around
After watching the last two superintendents it tabbed go up in smoke, what will the Minneapolis School Board do for an encore?
If you listen closely, you can hear all sorts of grumblings from employees at the Newspaper of the Twin Cities: The powers-that-be hired a conservative columnist with no reporting experience, the Variety section is starting to look and behave like Weekly Reader, the paper bends over backwards to n ... More >>
Guild members at the Star Tribune worry about their contract and wonder about their editor
Police to press: Behave or go to jail