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The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) will hear options Monday to free up some space at Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport’s smaller terminal. KSTP reports Terminal 2, formerly...
Organizers of the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon hope a fundraiser held in Duluth over the weekend will start the race down the path to more solid financial footing. But some connected to the...
“If we spend 90 days just thinking about stuff, this will be a failure.”
Although plan architects approved the routing of the light-rail through tunnels in the Kenilworth corridor, Governor Mark Dayton announced a delay of the approval vote pending further investigations.
The plan to bring a light-rail train to the southwest metro suburbs continues to lurch along the track, with a key panel on Wednesday recommending a controversial “shallow tunnel” route...
Duluth officials Thursday announced upcoming job growth in the city’s aviation industry. Minnesota Public Radio reports, that AAR Aircraft Services, a Chicago-based airplane maintenance...
The holding company for the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, and Alamo Rent A Car brands announced it will hire 11,000 new workers internationally in the coming year.
Architects have endorsed a $100 million-plus plan to put Southwest Corridor light-rail trains in tunnels through a Minneapolis recreation area. It was the first time they had backed one proposal...
A jury found that Global Traffic Technologies’ patent involving technology for controlling traffic lights was infringed upon.
Rental car giant Enterprise announced that it is expanding its CarShare program to Minneapolis, an increasingly competitive car-sharing market.
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