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Travelers from Minneapolis-St. Paul airport won’t just be facing delays at security this week, with road construction planned for near Terminal 1. KSTP reports the road leading to and from...
March 22, 2016
And so the shipping season begins! First ship to leave under the lift bridge is the Edwin H. Gott. pic.twitter.com/EUUMQt2fU7 — NWS Duluth (@NWSduluth) March 22, 2016 The commercial shipping...
Chamber head Doug Loon has teamed up with labor unions and other business groups to push for a transportation funding compromise at the Capitol.
March 15, 2016
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is not transparent, consistent, or objective enough with how it decides which state highway projects to fund, auditors said in a report released Monday...
March 14, 2016
The Department of Commerce said its annual gas pump inspections would now include searching for signs of tampering near card readers.
March 10, 2016
Lawmakers have introduced a bill to fund safety improvements on a troublesome stretch of Highway 12 in Hennepin County. State Rep. Jerry Hertaus, R-Greenfield, introduced the bill (HF 2673/SF 2467)...
Since the waits to get through the new security checkpoints at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport started chewing up an hour or more of travelers’ time, complaints from airport...
March 09, 2016
A pass that lets some Minneapolis high school students take free bus and train rides has a number of benefits – including boosting attendance and cutting carbon emissions, according to a new study....
The purchase fit into the company's strategic goal of expanding beyond powersports.
March 08, 2016
The co-owner of Honda Electric admitted to falsifying government forms and even paid one of her employee’s $17 an hour instead of the $58.50 an hour he was owed.
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