Xcel Energy wants to increase its electricity rate by about 20% over the next three years, adding an average $15 to $21 per month cumulatively to residential customers' bills.
While the cause of the Cambridge, Minnesota house explosion is still undetermined, HVAC companies are reminding homeowners to make sure their furnaces are functioning properly as winter approaches.
The latest data shows that the pace of distribution increased in July over June and that nearly a million households have been helped.
Dave Schiller of Paragon Designs is the builder and architect of what's considered to be a one-of-a kind home in Minneapolis.
The court on Tuesday rejected a plea by landlords to end the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium on evicting millions of tenants who aren't paying rent during the coronavirus pandemic.
An industry expert gives tips to help optimize your air conditioner's efficiency during the summer heat.
Racial covenants were used to keep Black people from buying homes in Minnesota cities, but a local group is working to remove that language from homeowners' deeds.
This beautiful house comes with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 3,600 square feet of cave space.
Lumber prices have soared over the last year, costing nearly 140 percent more in 2021 when compared with this time in 2020.
The metro has experienced some of its coldest temperatures this past week, but even with the below-freezing temperatures, community advocates tell FOX 9 they are witnessing an unprecedented number of people experiencing homelessness choosing to stay outside during the cold.
Gov. Tim Walz announced $100 million in rental and mortgage assistance to help Minnesota’s housing market before rent is due Sept. 1.
As concerns over an encampment at Powderhorn Park grow, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will consider enforcing limits to encampment sizes.
New data is shedding new light on a longstanding problem: The shocking gap in homeownership between white and Black communities.
State leaders are announcing a plan to offer mortgage-relief options for Minnesota homeowners impacted by COVID-19 who do not have a federally-backed mortgage.
With May 1 just over a week away, renters are wondering about their rights if they cannot pay rent.
While the economy has taken a hit due to COVID-19, the real estate market is going strong.
Rent and mortgage payments are due Wednesday for many across the state, but as more and more people lose their jobs and file for unemployment, coming up with that cash right now may not be possible.
A new scorecard on the state of housing in Minnesota is shining a light on the "urgent need" for more affordable homes as the state faces its greatest home shortage in decades, according to data collected by Prosperity's Front Door.
More people are living in downtown Minneapolis than likely ever before, new statistics from the Minneapolis Downtown Council show.
Before you head out and pick a real Christmas tree, here are some tips on how to keep the bugs that may be living inside it out of your house.