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Edina has plans to transform part of the city-owned golf course into an area for winter sports. And apparently not all of the neighbors are happy about it. Last year, the city of Edina approved a &...
July 29, 2016
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Behind the state's deal to bring new jobs to Hoyt Lakes.
After cutting back on R&D and capital expenditures in recent quarters, Minnesota businesses are bracing for reductions in overall production, revenue and operating profits.
As the minimum wage gets its third annual increase, how many people still actually earn it?
Minnesota’s bond rating got an upgrade Thursday, which means taxpayer costs for state building projects are headed downward. Fitch Ratings, one of the country’s three main credit rating...
July 28, 2016
Asian and white Minnesotans were also found to be 15 percent more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree or higher than American Indians and African Americans.
Most of the plans and studies are complete. An environmental study has concluded that a cleanup is possible and affordable. And Ford is finally prepared to lay out a more firm timetable for redevelopment.
July 14, 2016
An estimated 23,000 Americans die each year due to bacteria that has become resistant to antibiotics.
July 06, 2016
Minnesota doesn't have a law explicitly preventing cities from enacting their own wage and benefit ordinances, but that doesn't mean it's clear that doing so is legal.
July 05, 2016
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