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2nd man charged in $104k State Fair craft brew exhibit armed robbery

A second man is now charged in connection with the after-hours armed robbery of a craft brew booth at the Minnesota State Fair, in which thieves took off with $104,000 in cash. According to WCCO...

October 02, 2014

Monarch movie migrates to Minnesota -- with a local connection

Yes, the monarch is Minnesota’s state butterfly. But the North Star state has another tie to this bit of winged royalty. A 40-year quest to learn the southern terminus of one of nature’...

October 01, 2014

Ebola doesn't represent great risk to Minnesotans, health officials say

In the wake of the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States, Minnesota health officials said if the virus is found in the state, it wouldn’t represent a great health risk to...

October 01, 2014

Graco Buys U.K.-Based Valve Maker For Roughly $90.8M

The all-cash purchase gives the firm an overseas presence in the oil and natural gas industry.

October 01, 2014

MNsure rates higher – but still remain lowest in nation on average

Minnesota’s health insurance exchange will once again have the lowest average rates in the nation – despite prices actually going up overall. At a press conference Wednesday morning, MNsure...

October 01, 2014

Health officials confirm 2nd possible Ebola patient in US; 1st patient ID'd

RT@WBTV_News: UPDATE: #Ebola patient had contact w/ children & has been identified. Read more» http://t.co/8OVLkMbcVY pic.twitter.com/NhzCMj5pNO — Brigida Mack WBTV (@BrigidaMack) October 1...

October 01, 2014

Whole Foods Will Become Woodbury’s 11th Grocery Store

The natural foods chain leases 45,000 square feet at the CityPlace mixed-use development.

October 01, 2014

General Mills Plans 700 Job Cuts

The company earlier unveiled “Project Century,” a strategy to slash $100 million in costs.

October 01, 2014

The end: Twin Cities' oldest remaining indie bookstore will close

After over 50 years, the Twin Cities’ oldest remaining independent bookstore will close this month. The Bookcase in Wayzata, which was founded in 1963, will close Oct. 18, owner Charlie...

October 01, 2014

Permitting problems in Minnesota to delay ND oil pipeline project for 1 year

Permitting problems in Minnesota is delaying a Canadian company from building a 612-mile pipeline from western North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields, The Associated Press reports. Enbridge Energy...

October 01, 2014

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