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The project swaps out pavers for concrete after a sole bid came in $24 million over budget.
February 11, 2016
The agency is leaving its Wayzata office park to attract creative employees drawn to working in the city.
A recent jobs census found the state created more than 1,100 new jobs from 2013 to 2015, with another 410 openings expected this year.
Two people have been charged after authorities say they brought kegs of Spotted Cow to Minnesota and sold the beer at Maple Tavern in Maple Grove. The beer, brewed by New Glarus Brewing Co. in...
Mayor Chris Coleman promised Wednesday that St. Paul’s plans to host the Red Bull Crashed Ice world championship this month will not be disrupted by protesters aligned with the group Black...
February 10, 2016
Leaders of four suburban counties want changes to the way the Metropolitcan Council is put together – letting residents vote, rather than leaving it up to the governor. These leaders – from Anoka...
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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.
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