The Top 5 at 7:45 continues to be frustrated with the Federal Government shutdown. Today we look at the things I wouldn't trust a congressman or senator with. The Top 5 at 7:45 airs weekday mornings with Jay Caldwell on WJON.
Minnesota's government shutdown pushed state tax collections below projections for the first two months of the new fiscal year, as the state's budget office sounds a note of warning about the U.S. economic outlook.
Work will finally get underway on Interstate 94 between Albany and Collegeville after the state government shutdown delayed the project. You can expect lane closures along I-94 just east of Albany to Stearns County Road 159 at Collegeville starting tomorrow
The state government shutdown has made life difficult for officials at the Minnesota Department of Transportation who are trying to complete projects before winter. We already told about some projects that have been pushed back to next year, but there are some that were impacted by the shutdown.
Governor Mark Dayton starts a statewide jobs tour next week hoping to build a legacy as a jobs governor, with last month's government shutdown behind him. The first-term Democrat will kick off the tour in Fergus Falls on Wednesday.
Minnesota's 20-day state government shutdown hurt state revenue collections last month as tax auditors stayed home and lottery sales halted. The state's top finance official said Wednesday that the state took in $16.2 million less than anticipated for the month, a 1.7 percent drop from exp…
Minnesota's 20-day government shutdown made the national hiring picture in July a little bit gloomier than it would have been otherwise. The U.S. Labor Department's July hiring report showed a slight uptick in hiring by private business, with about 154,000 jobs added nationwide. But that d…