Minnesota Gets $5 Million Dollars For Flooded Damaged Roads

Minnesota Gets $5 Million Dollars For Flooded Damaged Roads
(St. Paul, MN) -- The state of Minnesota will receive a big check from the federal government to help pay for flood-damaged roads. The U.S. Department of Transportation says the state will be getting five-million-dollars in emergency relief funds. This after Governor Mark Dayton asked for help from the Federal Highway Administration. The money will be used to cover the damages caused by storms in early June.