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Fly through the turbulent skies of Northwest Airlines' history with Jack El-Hai's new book Non-Stop.
The state has recovered all the jobs lost during the recession and remains more than 2 percent below the national unemployment rate, but they are not as high-quality of jobs as the state had in 2008.
The city said that building permits issued along the new light-rail line have hit a five-year high.
The city fared well in a study that evaluated which actions municipalities are taking to cut energy use in buildings and transportation, among other areas.
The state of Minnesota needs an eye-popping $50 billion to maintain and build new transportation infrastructure in the next two decades, Department of Transportation Commissioner Charles Zelle...
Now that light rail construction is almost complete, some surviving and new businesses along University Avenue are daring to plan next steps. Many will participate in a celebration Sunday called...
The vehicles are described as “highly-mobile,” allowing for the transportation of military personnel and gear through “extreme off-road terrain.”
Even though job openings in Minnesota were at a 12-year-high over the summer, the number of quality jobs actually fell, the Star Tribune reports. According to data released by the Minnesota...
While the layoffs haven’t yet occurred, SIFCO Industries said they will be doled out in upcoming phases.
The Metropolitan Council is expected to vote on the transit project configuration—which could add $150 million to $330 million to the cost—on Sept. 25.
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