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September 22, 2014
An adjacent building will be able to accommodate further expansion.
The PiPress is for sale. That could be bad news for remaining employees — or the best thing to happen to the paper in a long time.
On Sunday, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported the Minnesota Vikings “do not foresee” a scenario in which running back Adrian Peterson plays for them again. On Monday, the story...
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman will be delivering the keynote speech in at the St. Paul Hotel Monday during a conference on climate change and extreme weather. Coleman, who is also the president of...
Faculty members at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities are being contacted by one of the nation’s largest labor organizations in an effort to get them to join the union. The Minnesota...
September 21, 2014
A 51-year-old Minneapolis man is dead after a Sunday afternoon industrial accident inside the Supervalu Food Distribution Center in Hopkins. KARE 11 reports that Hopkins police responded to a 911...
Some farmers in southern Minnesota are assessing their losses after an early frost a week ago. The Mankato Free Press reports the unseasonable cold hit corn and soybean farms in Sibley and Le Sueur...
The finance company Direct Capital recently analyzed Google Trends’ per capita search data for some of the top 200 consumer brands and found the most-searched company in each state...
A 71-year-old longtime behavioral pediatrician from Minnetonka, who had a lifesaving liver transplant last year, died in a motorcycle crash on an annual camping trip in South Dakota. Dr. Ernest W...
It was a busy day for Minneapolis City Council Friday as it voted for several proposals that it hopes will have a positive effect on local businesses. Here’s a look at some of them. Alcohol...
The former owner of a Georgia peanut company was convicted Friday of criminal charges related to a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people, including three Minnesotans. The Associated Press...
September 19, 2014
A new Minnesota nonprofit tries to help campaign staffers answer the question, “What next?”
Bemidji residents will soon have access to some of the fastest Internet speeds available in Minnesota – and in the country. Paul Bunyan Communications announced Thursday it is installing 1 gigabit...
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office submitted a petition Friday asking a judge to provide a safety plan for Adrian Peterson’s 4-year-old son, the Star Tribune reports. Peterson is...
Republican candidates in Minnesota’s two most prominent midterm election races lined up a new campaign target this week: MNsure. Since PreferredOne’s Tuesday announcement it was pulling...
Turns out the train can bring additional foot traffic to the city. The Star Tribune looked at pedestrian studies conducted in downtown Minneapolis since the arrival of the Green Line. The research...
Tech businesses large and small are vying for honors in a dozen categories at the annual fall ceremony.
Looking to get from the south suburbs to the Gophers game this weekend? You might need to take a detour – all I-35W northbound traffic from the Crosstown to downtown will be closed from late Friday...
There’s the well-known “Oprah Effect,” and the even-more-popular “Colbert Bump.” But Martha Stewart is no slouch herself when it comes to sales and branding. And a...
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