WORTHINGTON - Bail was set Friday at $10,000 for Charlene Long, who is facing 11 felony theft counts after allegedly stealing over $186,000 from her employer Radio Works over a period of six years.
U.S. Senator Tina Smith is introducing a bill called the Disclosing Pharmaceutical Company Windfall Profits Act, which would require drug companies to fully disclose how they're using the billions of dollars in tax breaks they were awarded in the federal tax bill. Radio Works Justine Wettschreck talked with Sen. Smith just before the bill was introduced.
Radio Works News Director Justine Wettschreck talked with Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tim Pawlenty about his reaction to a child care fraud story, why he's running for governor after leaving politics for several years, and how to handle the metro versus rural mentality.
WORTHINGTON - A lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court earlier this week against Worthington ISD 518 by a former employee who resigned her position in January after working at the Worthington Area Learning Center for approximately 6 months. A summons for the district was filed Tuesday, and they have 21 days after receipt to respond.
WORTHINGTON - Two Worthington projects took steps forward Monday evening. The Worthington City Council this week authorized staff to advertise for movie theater development proposals and approved a professional services agreement with Bolton & Menk for a splash pad engineering design.