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Twin Cities home sales still rising; some renters find it's cheaper to buy

Housing sales in the Twin Cities area hit a 10-year high in June. And then climbed higher in July. The latest numbers from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors show closings were up 17...

August 13, 2015

'What is the governor's plan?': Mille Lacs meeting ends with no answers

There’s currently no plan in place to provide economic help for businesses suffering due to the ending of walleye season on Mille Lacs Lake, and no clear indication a special session will be...

August 13, 2015

Gas prices spiked by up to 20 cents overnight in Minnesota – here's why

Motorists are facing short-term pain at the pumps with a sudden spike in gas prices set to continue in the coming weeks. According to GasBuddy, the average price of unleaded in the Twin Cities on...

August 13, 2015

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Little Honored With Small Agency Of The Year Award

The 30-person ad agency took home the silver prize for the Midwest region in Advertising Agency’s annual Small Agency Awards.

August 12, 2015

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Inc. 5000: 100 MN Companies Among Nation's Fastest Growing

The state ranked 18th overall for number of companies that made the list.

August 12, 2015

No hubbub this time: Cafe with 'minimum wage fee' raises prices after recent hike

The Stillwater cafe that drew praise and backlash last summer for charging a “minimum wage fee” following last year’s minimum wage hike, has now decided to raise its prices. Craig...

August 12, 2015

After a successful first year, Mpls. could allow Uber and Lyft to take on more drivers

Minneapolis could be set to loosen the requirements for people to become drivers for Uber and Lyft following the companies’ success in their first full year in the city. Currently, drivers...

August 12, 2015

Coleman and MLS soccer executive discuss new stadium in St. Paul

Mayor Coleman: "Today is just about giving the Dep. Commissioner chance to look around." So no deal. pic.twitter.com/HSeB8Hhu2R — Josh Rosenthal (@JRosenthalKSTP) August 11, 2015 St...

August 11, 2015

Evening parking could cost you in St. Paul under new budget

Changes to on-street parking in St. Paul are among the major changes announced by Mayor Chris Coleman as he revealed the city’s $545.8 million budget for 2016. From Jan. 1, the enforcement...

August 11, 2015

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Why The Pohlads Bought BringMeTheNews — And What They're Going To Do With It

Go96’s executive VP Joe Pohlad says he liked BringMeTheNews’ local focus and demonstrated reach.

August 11, 2015

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Two Local Restaurateurs Sentenced For Hiring, Harboring Undocumented Workers

The owner and manager of two Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet locations knowingly hired at least 17 illegal immigrants.

August 11, 2015

Group wants to revitalize 'historic' Minneapolis block destroyed in blaze

A community group whose headquarters were destroyed in a suspected arson attack earlier in April has raised enough money to buy its property back. The office of Minnesota Neighborhoods Organizing...

August 11, 2015

MN hog farm suspends 7 employees after claims say they violated animal welfare policies

A southwestern Minnesota farm suspended seven employees following an undercover investigation by an animal rights group, which claims the company violated its animal welfare policies at one of its...

August 11, 2015

'Intersection in the sky' at MSP airport causes FAA to restrict landings on one runway

Airplane arrivals on one of the runways at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport are being suspended to reduce the risk of aircraft collisions. The Federal Aviation Administration announced the action...

August 11, 2015

Court upholds MN's tighter water quality rules; cities face plant upgrades

A Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling has upheld stricter water quality standards the state approved last year, which may cause cities to pay for upgrades to their treatment plants. In Monday’s...

August 10, 2015

Minnesota company's new device promises easier childhood ear surgery

A Minnesota company’s new medical device will soon make one of the country’s most common childhood surgeries much easier – not only for your child, but possibly also for your pocketbook...

August 10, 2015

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Ikonics Grows Duluth Aerospace Platform With $4.3M Expansion

Lt. Governor Tina Smith and Duluth Mayor Don Ness were in attendance for Ikonics' groundbreaking ceremony for its new facility that will be used to deepen the company’s credibility among aircraft and helicopter manufacturers.

August 10, 2015

Rochester airport: If businesses commit to flying local, service should improve

Rochester International Airport officials are hoping area businesses will adopt travel policies that encourage employees to fly out of the regional airport, instead of driving to the Twin Cities...

August 10, 2015

Pink Boots Society is launching MN chapter, aims to empower women in the beer industry

Minnesota’s craft beer industry continues to boom, and so does the community of brewers in the state as the Pink Boots Society prepares to launch its first Minnesota chapter. Women are often...

August 09, 2015

Developing: Gophers' Athletic Director Norwood Teague resigns

Norwood Teague is out as athletics director at the University of Minnesota. The university confirmed the departure in a tweet, but did not offer an explanation. Pres. Kaler has accepted the...

August 07, 2015

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