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October 21, 2014
The nation’s top cyber security experts are descending on Minneapolis this week after a year of high-profile data protection failures that has affected millions of consumers. The fourth...
Construction of the new Vikings stadium is nearly a quarter complete. Team officials gave media outlets a hard-hat tour of the Downtown East site Monday, allowing reporters on the grounds for the...
The development has garnered interest from many potential tenants as a buoying economy spurs new commercial real estate development and low vacancy rates.
Hall of Famer Paul Molitor will get a second meeting with Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan to discuss the Twins vacant managerial job. According to the Pioneer Press’ Mike Berardino...
October 20, 2014
The Star Tribune reports Cargill is appealing a judicial panel’s ruling in a lawsuit that claims the Twin Cities-based agribusiness bears some responsibility for the use of child slave labor...
There’s good news for walleye – and anglers – on Mille Lacs Lake. For years the walleye population in the lake has been declining because the majority of walleye that hatched didn’t...
It says Bombardier Recreational Products and BPR U.S. Inc., used technology it patented in 2000.
A former employee of Ameriprise Financial Services has pleaded guilty to defrauding clients of more than $980,000, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office. Susan Walker, 50, of Plymouth...
Sometimes you want to get all dolled up and sip a fancy, fussy cocktail. And sometimes you want to stand at an old school bar in a beer-scented room that looks like it hasn’t been redecorated...
This latest purchase, the company’s sixth since 2009, provides customer base on the West Coast.
It was a decision that has since proved anything but woolly-headed. With just a few dollars to their name, the Strand family put their livelihood on the line as they hitched up two trailers of...
Give a quick wave of your phone and you’re on your way. Apple, which changed the way people listen to music and use their phones, launched Apple Pay on Monday. Some tech experts say the new...
Minnesota’s nanny rocker is one step closer to a Grammy nomination. Kat Perkins, the Scranton, North Dakota, native who now calls the Twin Cities home, was a semifinalist on NBC’s hit...
October 19, 2014
They were given a trailer frame and running lights, but the rest was up to design and build a luxury ice fishing house in 24 hours as part of the first-ever Fish House Frenzy. Rebuilding Together...
When Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican challenger Jeff Johnson took the stage at Hamline University Sunday morning, the Independence Party gubernatorial candidate wasn’t there. Hannah Nicollet...
The Jennie-O turkey processing plant evacuated Friday night after dozens of workers suddenly became ill is operating normally again, and all but one of the affected employees is out of the hospital...
October 18, 2014
Minneapolis-based Creative Kidstuff is expanding – outside of its traditional medium, with a new TV show set to debut; and also physically, with a holiday pop-up store in the nation’s biggest...
A turkey processing plant in Willmar was evacuated Friday evening after dozens of workers there became ill. Willmar police tell KSTP the incident at the Jennie-O Turkey Store plant started with...
October 17, 2014
A record corn harvest combined with depressed prices is putting Minnesotan farmers at risk from both financial and physical harm. As government figures predict this year’s harvest will break...
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