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Cirrus Safety Feature Saves Former Walmart CEO

The aircraft manufacturer is the only in its industry to include parachutes in all of its products.

November 04, 2015

Best Buy will help create the rules for drones in the US

Best Buy will be among the companies to help draft federal rules on drones. Parker Brugge, Best Buy’s director of government affairs, landed a seat on a 26-person FAA task force that will...

November 02, 2015


Transit Showdown In The Southwest Metro

Can SouthWest Transit’s express bus system survive Southwest LRT? Should it?

October 30, 2015


The Courier Biz Searches For New Life

As document deliveries dwindle, the courier biz searches for new life.

October 30, 2015

Plane Junk

Where Airplanes Go To Die

A Burnsville company is the go-to when your 747’s days have come to an end.

October 30, 2015


St. Paul Drops Parking Meter Proposal On Grand Avenue

Dave Thune of the St. Paul city council believes "the meters just are not a good idea anymore" and will move to drop the proposal.

October 29, 2015

Sun Country

Sun Country Pilots Approve New Contract

The agreement follows years of tense negotiations.

October 29, 2015


Bottineau LRT Price Estimate Jumps $500M

The total price of the project is now expected to be $1.48 billion.

October 29, 2015

With pilot shortage on radar, more aviation students landing in Mankato

The demand for pilots is growing  – and so is the number of aviation students heading to MSU Mankato. The Minnesota State University program is the state’s only four-year bachelor’s...

October 27, 2015

You can now pay-by-smartphone at all Minneapolis parking meters

Motorists looking to park at any on-street meter in Minneapolis can now pay with a smartphone app from anywhere, instead of going to a pay station. The program has been run on a limited basis since...

October 26, 2015

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