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Santa’s going to need more helpers this year. The majority of U.S. retailers will hire more employees this year than they did last year, but Minneapolis-based Target is bucking the trend and...
September 29, 2014
The total net worth of the five wealthiest Minnesotans is nearly $11 billion.
The regional rail logjam is creating concern that Minnesota-mined taconite will not be able to be loaded onto ore boats and shipped through the Great Lakes before winter limits travel for the...
One day after the final game of another losing season, the Minnesota Twins announced they are parting ways with longtime manager Ron Gardenhire. The #MNTwins announced today that they will replace...
It’ll take about two more weeks to fully reopen a Chicago-area control center where a deliberately set fire brought air travel at the city’s two international airports to a standstill...
A member of the Minneapolis City Council is proposing a ban on e-cigarettes in the city. The Star Tribune reports that council member Cam Gordon is pitching a ban on the use of e-cigarettes in...
A tough new weed is threatening to crush crops across the Upper Midwest, and a lot of farmers are worried. The “super weed,” palmer amaranth, is highly resistant to herbicides and grows so tall...
September 28, 2014
Thousands of Liberians living in the United States, including Minnesota, were set to be deported to their Ebola-stricken homeland Tuesday, but President Barack Obama deferred their deportation...
Minnesota’s largest church is christening a new campus — its sixth in the Twin Cities metro area — this weekend. Eagle Brook Church is opening a new building in Woodbury in the...
September 27, 2014
Fewer people are visiting the Minnesota Zoo these days, and that’s one reason cited by zoo officials as they prepare to announce staff layoffs, the Star Tribune reports. It’s not yet...
A lot of people appear willing to pay a bit of money in order to stand up more often. And a couple of Superior natives are happy to help. Longtime friends Luke Leafgren and Paul Peterson, along...
Longtime radio host Garrison Keillor’s surgery went well he said, the Star Tribune reports – and just in time for his first ever full-length play to debut. The 72-year-old wrote on Facebook...
After a visit by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to St. Paul, Minnesota farmers have a better idea of what their future holds – at least when it comes to how they’ll deal with the...
September 26, 2014
Norcraft cited demand for its Urban Effects product line in Canada and the U.S.
Minnesota took last place among Midwestern states on a new Bureau of Labor Statistics ranking of private sector job creation. The report, which provides data on job growth for the year between...
The medical device company currently has one product available in the U.S. with another currently under clinical investigations in Europe.
Ramsey County prosecutors have released new details about how accused murderer Lyle Marvin “Ty” Hoffman spent his time as authorities searched for him in the days after the killing of his ex...
About a dozen Department of Commerce and Department of Human Services officials raided the offices of embattled social service agency Community Action on Friday morning. The Star Tribune reports...
Hundreds of flights were delayed or cancelled at Chicago airports Friday morning due to a deliberately set fire in a major air traffic control facility, Chicago’s WLS-TV reports. More than 60...
Gas is as cheap as it’s been in more than half a year. Drivers in Minnesota – and across the nation – have seen the cost of a gallon of gas go down, down, down since hitting a 12-month high...
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