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There is no cure or vaccine for the Zika virus at this point. Sen. Al Franken is hoping to encourage drug companies to find one. Franken, a Democrat from Minnesota, sent a letter to the Secretary...
February 09, 2016
If convicted, Donald Gibson could face up to 30 years in prison.
Tens of thousands of Minnesotans may be accessing water that was contaminated by harmful chemicals.
State employees could get six months of paid parental leave after they have a child, if a proposal from Gov. Mark Dayton gets approved by lawmakers. The governor announced the plan at a forum with...
DIY television star Nicole Curtis has renewed hostilities with Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and city council member Lisa Bender over an apartment development in south Minneapolis. The host of...
Target is launching a new line of children’s bedroom décor this month, with more emphasis placed on colors and designs that could be considered more gender neutral. The Minneapolis-based...
It may feel extra chilly in St. Paul these days – now that the city has lost a blinking red night light that seems to be a security blanket of sorts for folks in Minnesota’s capital city. It&...
February 08, 2016
The data storage company currently maintains less than half the market capitalization standard required by the exchange.
Company stock now trading below $1 per share.
Say you want to road trip, but you’ve only got $50 for gas each way: How far can you get? Well, here’s an answer. The website howmuch.net put together some maps showing how far $50 of...
Recent programing cuts at Concordia College aren’t expected to affect the school’s popular language-immersion camps. The college announced Jan. 29 it would be discontinuing nine majors,...
February 07, 2016
A Minnesota high school is putting its 3-D printer to good use by helping out one of its teachers. Galen McCarthy, an art teacher at Jackson County Central High School in southern Minnesota, lost...
A federal jury has convicted a former Minnesota Viking and his business partner on fraud charges in connection with a scheme that prosecutors say bilked investors out of millions of dollars. The...
February 05, 2016
The layoffs are due to fewer cases of mortgage delinquency and foreclosures around the nation.
Minnesota’s Iron Range and the struggles facing its residents are chronicled in a Washington Post article published this week. Washington Post reporter Ylan Q. Mui visited the region, and...
A refinery in the Twin Cities that turns crude oil into fuels is planning $750 million in projects that the company says will reduce emissions. Proposed work at the Pine Bend Refinery, located in...
The people have spoken, Rochester wants food trucks. A city ordinance effectively bans food trucks from operating on city streets and downtown public property, ABC 6 reports, but a recent survey...
February 04, 2016
New car dealers were the most complained about businesses in Minnesota and North Dakota last year, according to new rankings from the Better Business Bureau. The BBB says consumer complaints fell...
The program mentors small business owners to nurture additional growth.
Minnesota’s political leaders are meeting with the Obama administration Thursday in an attempt to save the Twin Cities air link with Japan. It was revealed last month that discussions between...
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