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The $400 million mixed-use development plan for an eastern stretch of downtown Minneapolis that would complement construction of the new Vikings stadium won a key approval Tuesday night, the Star...
The Minneapolis City Council approved a nearly $100 million facelift for the aging Target Center in a unanimous vote Tuesday, according to WCCO. The project unveiled last month includes a redesign...
Some of Minnesota’s highest-paid city and county public employees have had big pay raises since 2005, when a cap was removed that restricted salaries from rising higher than the governor...
Could the Affordable Care Act lead to a decline of mergers and acquisitions in Minnesota or just a more complex vetting process?
The business group released a 60-page report that makes a case for immigration reform.
The International Institute of Minnesota has trained and graduated close to 2,000 nursing assistants over the last two decades.
In the future, motorists might be able to drive into a parking ramp in downtown Minneapolis, then head to a driving range and putting green on the rooftop of the building. KSTP reports that the...
Interest groups have spent millions lobbying Minnesota government 2012. That total was over three million dollars less than what was spent in 2011, though. The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public...
There’s another hold up during the environmental review process of a proposed northern Minnesota copper mine near Hoyt Lakes. The Duluth News Tribune reports that last month’s federal...
MNsure’s signups nearly tripled in the health exchange’s second two weeks of existence compared to its first two, according to enrollment data released at a Wednesday news conference...
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