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Survey: Manufacturing Conditions Decline In April

Minnesota was the only state that increased its number of manufacturing jobs.

May 03, 2016

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R.T. Rybak To Lead The Minneapolis Foundation

The former Minneapolis mayor previously worked with the organization during his time in office.

May 03, 2016

Man protesting Target's bathroom policy causes 'panic' at IL store, gets arrested

A man protesting Target’s bathroom policy was arrested at an Illinois store after police say his actions caused “panic” among employees and customers. Officers were at the Bradley...

May 03, 2016

Third time's the charm: Bachelor Farmer chef named best in the Midwest

And the winner is…@paulberglund! pic.twitter.com/KEmkqsOeIC — The Bachelor Farmer (@BachelorFarmer) May 3, 2016 Paul Berglund had been in this spot twice before, but never won. Monday...

May 03, 2016

CoCo Expands To Chicago

The company now has five locations.

May 02, 2016

HealthPartners Awarded $6M To Advance Telemonitoring Study

One patient from Apple Valley credits her participation in the early stage study for her prolonged life.

May 02, 2016

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Drain Your Brain And Monitor Your Heart: The Newest Devices From Medtronic

Three of the medical device maker’s latest innovations were given the thumbs up from the FDA.

May 02, 2016

Still no will: Process to decide what happens with Prince's estate begins

The process to determine what happens with Prince’s estate began Monday morning. Prince’s siblings attended a standard probate hearing in Carver County District Court, where the judge...

May 02, 2016

Senate Democrats want to spend $1.5B on projects around the state

Senate Democrats have released their 2016 bonding bill, saying the investments listed are “absolutely necessary.” The so-called jobs bill, which the Senate Capital Investment Committee...

May 02, 2016

Gov. Dayton creates new position to oversee rail safety

Amid growing concern surrounding rail safety, Governor Mark Dayton has appointed Alene Tchourumoff to the brand new position of State Rail Director, according to a statement. In this role...

May 01, 2016

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