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Minnesota lags behind several comparable states, including Missouri and Wisconsin, in recovering money from large Medicaid frauds. Click on the "By State" and "By Amount" buttons to see how Minnesota compares. Source: Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
The extension of Hwy. 212 has created development opportunities for 100-plus acres of farmland in Chanhassen about two miles south of the city's downtown.
Manufactured homes were the original “affordable housing” of suburban and rural Minnesota. Here's a look at the decline of sales here and in the U.S.
There are currently 25 taprooms inside the I-494/694 loop. As many as 10 more could open by the end of this year. A taproom is like a bar inside a brewery. It’s a place for folks to gather at the source and enjoy beer at its freshest and finest. Although the law allows it, most taprooms don’t serve food. The brewers are too busy making beer to mess with running a kitchen. But food trucks are a fixture of the taproom scene. There is usually one parked outside to feed your need for food. Where food trucks aren’t allowed, ordering in from nearby restaurants is often an option.
Consider Minnesota the land of 10,000 spokes. Across the state, more than 1,500 miles of bike trails — some paved, some natural, all off highway — line abandoned railroad beds and cross public lands. Pedal along one for a close-up experience of a unique landscape. Here are some of the best in the state.