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FAA Allege Sun Country Violated Drug Testing Protocol, Faces $115K Penalty

A dozen Sun Country employees were allegedly not drug tested after being hired or transferred, per the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration.

September 28, 2015

Sun Country, Pilots Reach Tentative Labor Agreement

Negotiations had taken a contentious turn earlier this year.

September 21, 2015

Sun Country Ending Service To Chicago

Flights to city will end on September 28.

September 16, 2015

Delta gives 14.5% pay bump for thousands of Twin Cities workers

Thousands of Twin Cities Delta employees will get a 14.5 percent raise, the airline giant announced on Wednesday. The company said it will pump more money into employees’ base pay, and...

September 16, 2015

Bike-sharing programs expand as Minnesota's smaller cities get in on the ride

A handful of Minnesota cities are finding out whether bike-sharing programs so successful in Minneapolis-St. Paul and other major U.S. cities can work on a smaller scale. On Monday, the city of...

September 16, 2015

New bike lanes cause confusion, with cars parked directly in the path

Every few minutes during his weekend shift at the Hub Bike Co-Op on the University of Minnesota campus, Anthony Ross sees a couple cyclists cruising down the new protected bike lanes along Oak...

September 10, 2015

Improving economy blamed for statewide school bus driver shortage

As the new school year starts, a number of Minnesota school districts are struggling to find enough bus drivers. The Duluth News Tribune reports that both the Duluth and Proctor district are...

September 04, 2015


Southwest LRT Won't Go Forward Without Legislative Approval, Says Met Council Chair

Adam Duininck says the council has backed away from an earlier plan that would have sidestepped the need for the Legislature to sign off on the state’s share of SWLRT funding.

September 03, 2015

Sens. Franken, Baldwin call for stronger oil train safety measures

U.S. Sens. Al Franken of Minnesota and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin united Wednesday to express their continuing concern over the safety of trains that pass through both states carrying volatile...

September 03, 2015

As MSP preps for millions more travelers, changes needed to avoid drop-off misery

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is projected to see millions of more passengers in the next 20 years, which would further strain airport facilities. MSP is forecasting 54 million...

August 27, 2015

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