Yesterday, the Minneapolis Community Development & Regulatory Services Committee unanimously approved a new ordinance that will regulate so-called "transportation network companies" like Lyft and UberX, along with changes to the city's taxi ordinance.The vote means the package of new regulations ... More >>
It might not get you there as quickly as you'd like (at least at first), but the recently released opening day schedule for Green Line LRT indicates the train will indeed take you home after you close down the bar. Though the initial plan was for trains to only run until about 1 a.m., Metro Transit ... More >>
The economic news out of the Land of 10,000 Lakes so this year has been remarkably good. For instance, we gained more jobs in a recent six-month stretch than any half-year since Reagan's heydey, our personal incomes increased more last year than just about all other states, and Minnesota's median in ... More >>
Minnesotans are just hot, period. But recent data indicates our state is particularly hot in the areas of job creation and personal income.SEE ALSO: Economic recovery? What economic recovery? Mpls donut shop hiring... an unpaid internAccording to the latest U.S. Department of Commerce data, per capi ... More >>
Six myths the mainstream media perpetuates
Cuts have left MFD below industry standards
Allegations of misspending dog DFL politico
Photo:loop ohThe Bunge family leaves home.So attorney Adam Bunge and his wife Sarah, a Lutheran pastor, jet off for a working holiday in London, and put their Maple Grove home up for sale while they're away. They figure their broker, Steven Skar, will prep the house for market and get them a ... More >>
Beer sales were down in fourth quarter. Or are we just drinking more PBR?
Looks like Al Franken could fillibuster-proof the Democratic majority in the Senate if he emerges victorious from the election court case -- and if a little strategy play by President Obama works out.
The Department of Commerce reported yesterday that Minnesota's per capita income rose to $41,034 last year, good for 11th highest in the land. Once again, we are totally above average.
How "Bush's Brain" hijacked Washington, D.C. and politics-as-usual
The governor's right: Many "public servants" do what he and the friends of Tim have done. That's what reeks about it.
An odd-jobber chronicles an ugly chapter in Minneapolis union-busting
Five years ago Mike Hatch was just another failed politician. Then a dying woman walked into his office, and a crusade was born.
Polls show that a majority of swing voters disapprove of Janet Reno's decision not to seek an outside prosecutor for Donorgate. That's bad news for the liberals who keep pooh-poohing the corruption issue.
Johnny Chung claims that when he went to Hillary Clinton's office seeking red-carpet treatment for some Beijing businessmen, the aide to whom he spoke told Chung that Hillary "had some debts with the DNC" for "White House Christmas parties," adding, "May
In their plodding way the Thompson hearings have elicited much new info illustrating the Democratic Party's orgy of greed for campaign cash.
The real outrage is that big money interests can purchase politicians and policy in ways that are perfectly legal.
There is no place to mark "none of the above" on our election ballots.
On two farms in Iowa, preservationists are fighting a battle against the disappearance of countless plant and animal breeds. If they lose, the costs to the planet could be incalculable.
Cocaine, Tuna, and Free Trade
The Wild River Patriots are out to beat the New World Order in Burnett County, Wisconsin.