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Proposals to bring nostalgia-evoking streetcars back to St. Paul and Minneapolis are driving forward. St. Paul studied the issue for a year and this week officials narrowed a list of potential...
Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration announced that it would direct $300 million to 10 highway construction projects that are meant to break bottlenecks and improve the movement of freight...
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport had strong on-time arrival and departure numbers for the month of September, according to the latest Air Travel Consumer Report. The report, released...
Self-driving cars may be just around the bend technologically speaking, but clearing some other societal hurdles may be a long road. That was the general assessment of an expert panel at a St. Paul...
In the future, motorists might be able to drive into a parking ramp in downtown Minneapolis, then head to a driving range and putting green on the rooftop of the building. KSTP reports that the...
The ticket sales call center operated by Delta Airlines in Chisholm would be improved and modernized with a $5.9 million loan from the Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Board. The Duluth...
The fast-growing Twin Cities bike-share program Nice Ride is looking to expand outside its metro core, the Star Tribune reports. The popular service, which allows people to check out bikes for a...
The local agency is helping Polaris advertise the all-American brand.
The recreational vehicle company’s stock dropped more than 15 percent Thursday morning after its earnings fell well-below Wall Street expectations for the company's second quarter.
From tactical vehicles for armies to off-road ambulances in India, Polaris is adding products at home and aboard, and it reported a record-breaking third quarter.
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