By David BrauerWednesday, April 23, 2008 In Wednesday’s local news roundup, Northwest acquirer Delta posts a massive first-quarter loss. Also: truly shocking numbers on Minnesotans driving drunk.
By David Brauer | Tuesday, April 22, 2008
In Tuesday’s local news roundup, if you hate subsidizing a megamall parking ramp, feel worse knowing the Vikings want seconds.
By David BrauerMonday, April 21, 2008 A bit late to the “Bittergate” party, the Strib tries to find discontent on Minnesota’s gun-lovin’ Iron Range.
By David BrauerFriday, April 18, 2008 In Friday’s local news roundup, a judge who freed a dad in a pit-bull manslaughter case has mace-inducing canines of his own. Also, newspaper headline writers buoy Delta-Northwest’s p.r.
By David BrauerThursday, April 17, 2008 In Thursday’s local news roundup, it’s doublespeak time in Austin, Minn. — the plant where 18 workers had their nervous systems shattered receives a national safety award.
By David Brauer | Wednesday, April 16, 2008
In today’s local news roundup, Day Two of the Delta-NWA deal brings no afterglow; everyone seems to hate it. Also, double your casks at the Prairie Island nuke plant!
By David Brauer | Tuesday, April 15, 2008
In Tuesday’s local news roundup, we straddle the nation to bring you Delta-Northwest: Glean Edition. Also, just in time for Tax Day: how much slumping home values slam local tax bases.
By David Brauer | Monday, April 14, 2008
In Monday’s local news roundup, the Strib editorial page leaves the door slightly ajar for “small smoking shelters,” Northwest’s value in the Delta merger may have dropped by a third, and the top University o
By David BrauerFriday, April 11, 2008 In Friday’s local news roundup, more on the epic set-to between a publicity-friendly homeless advocate and the city she says wants her gone.
By David Brauer | Thursday, April 10, 2008
In Thursday’s local news roundup: The Northwest merger heats up as the Delta pilots might be bought off.
By David Brauer | Wednesday, April 9, 2008 In Wednesday’s news roundup, coverage of our senior senator’s face time with Gen. David Petraeus is buried or virtually absent, but Katherine Kersten keeps grilling a local Arab school leader.
By David Brauer | Tuesday, April 8, 2008 Politics dominates Tuesday’s local news roundup: a couple hundred mil of bonding vetoes, upending light-rail plans and Como gorilla habitat.
By David Brauer | Monday, April 7, 2008 In Monday’s local news roundup, a $7 million state desegregation program isn’t producing results, St.
By Doug Grow | Friday, April 4, 2008 The budget bill kept lawmakers up until 2:30 this morning. And it’s filled with, as one lawmaker said, “confusing garbage”: from debt forgiveness for St. Paul to smoking shelters for bars.
By Doug Grow | Thursday, April 3, 2008 Good old dependable Minnesota always has some constants: political disagreements, stadium studies, windy conditions at the Capitol and elsewhere.
By David Brauer | Wednesday, April 2, 2008 Minnesota could have nearly 40,000 foreclosures this year; a new federal grant might save 7,000 homeowners, but the guv and DFL disagree about a moratorium that could help 15,000.
By David Brauer | Tuesday, April 1, 2008 The worst place to be in yesterday’s weather was a place where you couldn’t touch snow. Also in Tuesday’s local news roundup: June is not just for brides — it’s for NWA CEOs, too!
By David Brauer | Monday, March 31, 2008
It’s Opening Day for the Twins, but there seems to be as much sports-related news in the court system as on the fields or in the arenas.
By David Brauer | Friday, March 28, 2008 In Friday’s local news roundup, the first Minnesota soldier killed in the Iraq War’s sixth year; Northwest Airlines pulls poorly repaired planes; Mall of America sales taxes might rise, and in a switch, securi
By David Brauer | Thursday, March 27, 2008 In today’s compendium of local news, Minnesota farm income soared 70 percent last year, but the state’s wealth ranking dropped out of the Top 10.