If you haven’t filed your 2013 income tax return yet, you have about a day to do so and get it in the mail or file paperwork for an extension to meet the April 15 deadline. But officials said the chances of getting audited are the lowest in years. WCCO reports that budget cuts and [...]
The University of Minnesota Men’s Hockey team lost to Union College on Saturday 7-4 in the NCAA men’s championship hockey game. Despite a warning from University police, riots ensued on-campus after the loss. According to the AP, the Gophers played a fast-paced game against the Dutchmen of Union, a private college located in Schenectady, New [...]
Six different lakes in southern Minnesota are among the first to be declared “ice free” by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources this spring. The lakes, found in Martin and Murray counties, have seen enough melted ice to receive the “ice out” label, which is described as being 100% rid of frozen water. The first [...]
The Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Houston Rockets 112-110 on Friday night at Target Center, but the main spectacle was how the team scored nearly half of its points through forward Cory Brewer. According to the AP, Brewer shattered his previous career-high of 29 points, scoring 51 against the Rockets on Friday. Sixteen of Brewer’s nineteen [...]
East Central Energy hosted the Cooperative’s 78th Annual Meeting on Saturday and WCMP was live on-location. We spoke with Rep. Tim Faust about recent energy legislation and it’s effect on ECE members.
Gov. Scott Walker is calling for a two-year tuition freeze at the University of Wisconsin systems, according to the AP. The report states Walker, who is running for re-election this year, cast the tuition freeze on Friday to trim down an alleged $1 Billion surplus on the UW-system. It’s not the first time Walker has [...]
Minnesota’s tax collectors took in slightly less than they were counting on in February and March, but finance officials aren’t sounding alarms. The state drew $67 million, or 2.5 percent, less than forecasters were predicting. A budget update released Thursday by the Department of Minnesota Management and Budget says the shortage had to do with [...]