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Companies say train shipments might have to grind to a halt without an extension, but some argue that railroads are behind due to misguided priorities.
October 12, 2015
Nearly 40 percent of African American children in Minnesota live in poverty. In addition, the poverty rate among African Americans in the state jumped from 30.5 percent in 2013, to 34.7 percent...
It’s the most important time of year for Minnesota farmers, who are spending long days in the fields. Ideal weather conditions this spring and summer are allowing farmers to harvest plentiful...
October 11, 2015
Two of Minnesota’s largest health care systems have announced plans to merge. Fairview Health Services and University of Minnesota Physicians signed letters of intent to move forward with the...
October 10, 2015
The new face of Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis is taking shape, with new retailers opening for business as the street undergoes a $50 million overhaul. Hot on the heels of Walgreens last...
The companies’ charitable giving arms are concerned about a looming workforce gap.
October 09, 2015
The city wants a three-month study to determine the impacts of raising the minimum wage to as high as $15 per hour.
With an award-winning chef, accolades aplenty, and a reputation as the “most important restaurant in Minneapolis,” La Belle Vie was supposed to stay open forever. Instead, it will be...
October 08, 2015
Concern that Minnesota’s rural residents and businesses will suffer led Sen. Al Franken to take aim at another proposed merger of media conglomerates. After playing a major role in the...
The 20 percent staff reduction is MakerBot’s second such restructuring effort this year.
The Prime Now program is available seven days a week.
Food trucks are an increasingly popular way for restaurateurs to serve their customers these days, but could that same business model work for food banks who serve the needy? Things could be going...
Low-income residents living in the Twin Cities may soon be able to save on transportation costs. Metro Transit is aiming to launch a six-month pilot program Dec. 1 that would allow low-income...
Mills Fleet Farm, which has Minnesota roots dating back to 1922, could soon be sold. The Duluth News Tribune reports the Brainerd-based supply business confirmed Wednesday it’s looking for...
More North Dakota crude is rolling into Minneapolis from the west. And the temporary change in oil train routes has some in the city worried more people would be in harm’s way if there’...
October 07, 2015
The Minnesota Vikings have moved another step closer to a new headquarters in Eagan … and a dispute over $15 million worth of construction costs for their new stadium is now scheduled for...
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that out-of-state payday lenders who offer loans to Minnesota residents over the Internet are subject to the same restrictions as bricks-and-mortar lenders...
If you’re looking to locate to a nice, affordable small town in America – look no further than Minnesota. According to new rankings by real estate website Realtor.com, Minnesota is home to...
The Wayzata agribusiness company reported a 20 percent profit increase, but its revenue fell by over $5 billion for its fiscal first quarter of 2016.
Motorcycle and ATV maker Polaris is recalling about 53,000 of its 2015 model all-terrain vehicles due to a potential fire hazard caused by a manufacturing error. The company, based in Medina...
October 06, 2015
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