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Online security is more challenging than ever, but there are smart strategies that can safeguard company data from global cyber-crooks.

by Gene Rebeck

Adam Duininck Named New Chair Of The Metropolitan Council

January 16, 2015

$28 million expansion, renovation plan will 'reinvent' the Children's Museum

On Friday, patrons, parents and fans of the Minnesota Children’s Museum will get a look at its future as museum officials preview the prototypes for an expanded version of the space in...

January 16, 2015

Proposal to offer free tuition at some Minnesota colleges under scrutiny

Plans to offer free two-year courses to recent high school graduates at Minnesota’s predominantly rural state colleges face opposition in the State Capitol. The plan has been identified as...

January 15, 2015

Tom Sengupta

The Legend Of Schneider Drug's Tom Sengupta

Due to health and age, the 75-year-old Sengupta is looking for someone else to carry on the work at his iconic Prospect Park pharmacy, Schneider Drug. No one will be able to carry it on in the same way.

January 14, 2015

Minnesota GOP: No money for Southwest LRT

The project has been planned for nearly a decade, has been the subject of legal action, escalating costs and delayed timelines. But the most serious threat to the future of the proposed Southwest...

January 12, 2015

Minnesota collected $212M more in taxes than it expected

The amount of money in Minnesota’s general fund is $212 million more than expected, the state’s Management and Budget Office said Monday. The fund – which is the main pool of tax money...

January 12, 2015

Bill battles: Where will the money to fix roads and bridges come from?

The debate isn’t about whether Minnesota’s roads and bridges need work. The Democrats and Republicans in the state both agree the potholes and cracks need a lot of fixing. Like hundreds...

January 12, 2015

Finalists named for innovative projects to improve civic life in St. Paul

Does St. Paul need to step up the way it welcomes newcomers? Better encourage year-round outdoor activities for its citizens? Or make walking and biking more of a priority in its public spaces? The...

January 12, 2015

Kurt Daudt

What The Parties' First Bills Tell Us About 2015 Legislative Session

There is some common ground between House and Senate leaders on rural Minnesota, but sharp differences on taxes and education

January 09, 2015

University of Minnesota joins nationwide autism study

The University of Minnesota is joining a national study that aims to get a more accurate picture of how many children in the U.S. have autism. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

January 07, 2015

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