Ending weeks of speculation, Council Member Dean Zimmermann said Sunday he has purchased a house in the redistricted 6th Ward and will run against fellow Council Member Robert Lilligren.
CITY TEACHERS PENSION FUND HEADED TOWARD BANKRUPTCY
The pension fund for thousands of Minneapolis teachers is facing a deficit of nearly a billion dollars and could go bankrupt within the next decade, reports Scott Russell in the Southwest Journal. And legislative attempts to fix it may fall short.
UNIVERSITY RADIO STATION VIES WITH NEW MPR STATION
Staffers at Radio K, the University of Minnesota's radio station, heard something familiar last month when the former WCAL began broadcasting as the Current: its own format.
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