More than 1 million Minnesota workers will get bonus payments of nearly $500 starting this week, a thank-you gift from the state that arrives more than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic started.
An audit of $200 million in grants doled out to health care providers during the COVID-19 pandemic found weaknesses in Minnesota's processes but identified no waste or fraud.
This year Minneapolis teachers and Minnesota nurses walked off the job, and other industries – most recently the railway workers – averted potential strikes. Some experts point to a "renewed interest" in labor unions as one driving reason.
Minnesota's unemployment rate ticked up to 1.9% in August as hiring slowed, though the jobless rate remains near a historic low amid a tight labor market.
Lower gas costs slowed U.S. inflation for a second straight month in August, but most other prices across the economy kept rising -- evidence that inflation remains a heavy burden for American households.
Minnesota employers ramped up their onboarding in July after hiring was basically flat a year earlier, according to state data released Thursday.
Many workers have reported being confused with both the application and appeal process after the number of Minnesotans in line for a frontline worker bonuses this fall was much larger than state officials originally expected.
After holding a slimmed down festival last year due to COVID-19 restrictions, India Fest will return to St. Paul this weekend.
The U.S. economy contracted at an annual rate of 0.9% in April through June, marking the second straight quarter of decline, a common definition of a recession.
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Fears are growing that a recession is coming, so FOX 9 wanted to find out the chances of that happening and how Minnesotans’ wallets would fare if it does.
The amount of people who applied nearly doubles the state's initial estimate.
In a tight job market, can State Fair vendors find enough workers to serve up all the food on a stick that fair goers have come to love?
People who once worked from home are now heading back to the office, according to new data.
The Federal Reserve is signaling that it will raise interest rates above 3% by the end of the year as it struggles to control inflation without plunging the economy into a recession.
The Federal Reserve intensified its fight against high inflation on Wednesday, raising its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point — the largest bump since 1994 — and signaling more rate hikes ahead as it tries to cool off the U.S. economy without causing a recession.
As signs that the economy might head into a recession increase, Minnesotans are wondering what they can do now to start bracing for the impact. FOX 9’s Rose Schmidt examines techniques you can take today.
While many are trying to beat the heat by staying indoors, some industries are still at work despite the hot and humid conditions.
Prices at the pump in Minnesota saw the largest hike in nearly a decade this week as gas prices continue to push above record highs.
Two metro area COVID-19 testing sites will consolidate into one new location as the demand for testing continues to decrease more than two years into the start of the pandemic.