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Federal officials came to Minnesota Tuesday to “get real” with lawmakers about Real ID, the enhanced security program it’s rolling out for driver’s licenses across the...
September 29, 2015
Four people have been arrested and three child care centers have been charged with billing the government to take care of “phantom students” to the tune of more than $1 million...
State health officials credit health care reform for a drop in the amount of uncompensated care that Minnesota hospitals provided in 2014. The Minnesota Department of Health said Tuesday that...
House prices have been rising in the Twin Cities – but a study finds that it is still one of the most affordable metro areas to live in the country. The latest data from the University of St...
The company is “winding down” several business units, including much of its legacy physical storage division.
The Dublin-based company also paid $500 million in U.S. income tax for transferring $9.8 billion from its overseas subsidies.
When it comes to looking out for its students, the University of Minnesota is practically in the Ivy League. Letting students have pet therapy animals to relieve stress is just one the reasons the...
A dozen Sun Country employees were allegedly not drug tested after being hired or transferred, per the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration.
September 28, 2015
Kristy Lynn Allen, owner of The Beez Kneez, quickly discovered that her business’ survival would rely on efforts beyond simply selling its product.
A company shaking up the design world at a fraction of the competitors' costs.
Seven Minnesota craft breweries brought home coveted medals from the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) this weekend. “These honors reinforce that Minnesota brewers create exceptional craft beers,...
September 27, 2015
More than 100 executives will be sleeping outside Sunday night to raise money and awareness for youth homelessness in Minneapolis. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé...
A brand new charter high school in downtown Minneapolis is closing after just two weeks. Mill City High School wrote on Facebook this week it was expecting, and had budgeted for, 120 students...
September 25, 2015
A second Minnesota manufacturer of medical marijuana is cutting prices on its products. Minnesota Medical Solutions announced it is offering a 50 percent discount to some patients on their first...
Another batch of taconite workers are losing their jobs on Minnesota’s Iron Range. U.S. Steel has notified the state that the remaining workers at its plant in Keewatin will be laid off in...
September 24, 2015
New life will be breathed into a historic area of downtown Minneapolis’ riverfront, after a design for a $27 million upgrade was approved by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board. Mill...
Faster Internet is in such high demand in rural Minnesota that cities have put forward almost $30 million-worth of bids for a slice of state money available to improve broadband infrastructure. But...
Separating music and Twins broadcasts could better appeal to the two separate audiences.
Analysts anticipate a possible purchase of the local 3D printing technologies company by HP. Meanwhile, both businesses remain quiet.
Elena Polukhin received more than $43,000 for allegedly prescribing pain cream and opioids to patients without a legitimate purpose.
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