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Bird flu vaccine nearing, but not in time for possible fall recurrence

The plight of Minnesota’s embattled turkey industry was front and center before the powerful congressional agricultural subcommittee on Thursday. The Star Tribune reports some of the nation’s...

July 31, 2015

Charge: 71-year-old estate sales businesswoman stole $150K from clients

A Hopkins woman known for handling estate sales in the Twin Cities is in hot water, after being charged with stealing almost $150,000 from her clients. Through MJ & Associates, 71-year-old Mary...

July 30, 2015

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Stratasys Reports Loss, Company Stock Falls

The 3D printing company submitted its second quarter results with a net loss of $23 million. Shortly after, shares dipped by 10 percent.

July 30, 2015

St. Paul nonprofit under scrutiny amid questions about how it uses public money

A nonprofit organization in St. Paul is under scrutiny after complaints that the group may be misusing public money have come to light. The organization is Breaking Free, which provides assistance...

July 29, 2015

In quest for pay raise, Sun Country pilots take another step toward strike

A final meeting between Sun Country Airlines and its 250 pilots may be the only thing standing in the way of an all-out labor strike. After more than five years negotiating for a raise – and a...

July 29, 2015

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Plaintiffs Allege Target Has Been Concealing Information

Allegedly, Target has blanketed all of its court filings under “confidential” status, making the documents especially difficult to access for the plaintiffs.

July 29, 2015

Mpls. denies request to demolish historic grain elevator owners say is dangerous

The Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission has voted to deny a request to demolish a grain elevator its owners say poses a risk to the public. Riverland Ag Corp, which owns the Electric Steel...

July 29, 2015

United Taconite to idle two Iron Range operations, 500 temporary layoffs likely

Another taconite mine and a plant in Minnesota’s Iron Range will be idled, meaning temporary layoffs for around 500 workers. Cliffs Natural Resources announced in an earnings call Wednesday...

July 29, 2015

Cookies with a cause: Teen-run bakery to open second location in St. Paul

There are cookies – a lot of them – in St. Paul’s future, which is looking a heck of a lot brighter for the city’s youth thanks to a new bakery moving into town. Cookie Cart, the...

July 29, 2015

We're days away from Minnesota having the highest minimum wage in the Midwest

Starting Saturday, Minnesota will have the highest minimum wage in the Midwest and one of the most generous in the country as it increases to $9 an hour. An estimated 288,000 low-paid workers in...

July 28, 2015

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