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More people are taking public transportation to get around the Twin Cities, Metro Transit said in a news release. People took more than 85.8 million rides on Metro Transit buses and trains last...
January 24, 2016
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January 22, 2016
There was some push back from Duluth’s home and business owners at a meeting Thursday to talk about new rules on vacation rental properties. The city last summer placed a moratorium on...
And what does "repelling invasions" have to do with it?
January 21, 2016
U.S. border patrol officials have seized thousands of dollars worth of illegal hoverboards at the Minnesota-Canadian border. The merchandise – 1,650 Smart Balance Hoverboard scooters and 90...
January 20, 2016
And if foreign governments are cheating on steel prices, should the U.S. government step in to help support domestic steel producers?
January 12, 2016
Good news for those living in the eastern Twin Cities: Your drinking water is less toxic than it used to be. It’s been almost 12 years since it was discovered that drinking water sources in...
“Welcome back, walleye” might be an appropriate banner for resort owners on northwestern Minnesota’s Leech Lake. After a big drop in walleye numbers a decade ago, the population...
January 11, 2016
Minnesota got $43 million more in taxes than officials thought it would get over the past two months. The Management and Budget office said Monday total general fund receipts (basically, how much...
You’ll no longer be able to find fruit- and candy-flavored tobacco products at convenience stores in St. Paul. The city council voted unanimously Wednesday to restrict where these products...
January 07, 2016
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