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Minnesota's Young Millionaires 2015

These business leaders have achieved more success by age 40 than most people do in their whole careers. Here’s how they did it.

by Andre Eggert, Gene Rebeck, and Sam Schaust

100-plus executives to sleep outside Sunday to raise money for youth homelessness

More than 100 executives will be sleeping outside Sunday night to raise money and awareness for youth homelessness in Minneapolis. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé...

September 27, 2015

New high school forced to close after 2 weeks because of low enrollment

A brand new charter high school in downtown Minneapolis is closing after just two weeks. Mill City High School wrote on Facebook this week it was expecting, and had budgeted for, 120 students...

September 25, 2015

Design for $27M upgrade of historic Minneapolis park is approved

New life will be breathed into a historic area of downtown Minneapolis’ riverfront, after a design for a $27 million upgrade was approved by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board. Mill...

September 24, 2015

Huge demand for rural broadband Internet funding, so which MN cities applied?

Faster Internet is in such high demand in rural Minnesota that cities have put forward almost $30 million-worth of bids for a slice of state money available to improve broadband infrastructure. But...

September 24, 2015


Minneapolis Construction Exceeds $1B For Fourth-Straight Year

With three months left in the year, the city passed the $1 billion mark in part because of major construction projects in Downtown East.

September 23, 2015

Gov. Dayton urges lawmakers to make Minnesota IDs valid for airport security

Minnesota driver’s licenses may not be an acceptable form of identification to get through airport security, and now Gov. Mark Dayton says he’d call a special session if needed to fix...

September 23, 2015

Demonstrators urge county to call copper mine plan a threat to St. Louis River

Demonstrators who rallied at the courthouse in Duluth Tuesday called on county commissioners to acknowledge that a proposed northeastern Minnesota copper mine would threaten the health of the St...

September 22, 2015

Job services for deaf Minnesotans expanding from Twin Cities across state

A program that helps Minnesotans who are deaf or hard of hearing find jobs is about to expand from the Twin Cities to six other locations, thanks to a state grant. For more than 20 years, the...

September 22, 2015


Minneapolis Moving Forward On New Worker Protections, Will Consider Minimum-Wage Study

While the council appears united on issues like mandatory sick leave and fair scheduling rules, there is no consensus on whether Minneapolis should go it alone on a higher minimum wage.

September 22, 2015

Americans throw out twice as much garbage as previously thought

Americans are living in a throwaway culture far more entrenched than earlier believed. A new study by Yale University researchers released Monday shows just how much trash we all discard on a...

September 22, 2015

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