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State lawmakers have called on rail operator BNSF to provide details of how it would respond to an oil train disaster in Minnesota, following this week’s fiery crash in North Dakota. A BNSF...
May 08, 2015
A long-running labor dispute between Sun Country Airlines and its pilots has shifted into a new gear. The company’s chairman said in an email to a leader of the pilots union this week that...
May 07, 2015
A state senator from Nisswa introduced a “Freedom of Conscience” bill Thursday that would allow some businesses to refuse marriage services to same-sex couples due to their religious...
The students now studying at Sanford-Brown colleges, a for-profit higher education system with two campuses in Minnesota, will be the last to pass through the institution. The parent company of the...
Activist investors lament “dismal financial and stock price performance."
lobbying for ‘Snowbates.’ | http://t.co/FJwC3OBOkX pic.twitter.com/bvjqSKqSS2 It’s vital to support (cont) http://t.co/t2Z7amqTSx — Andrew Zimmern (@andrewzimmern) May 7, 2015...
A Verndale, Minnesota, woman employed by a federal agency responsible for distributing loans to farmers is accused of stealing over $100,000 dollars from it, the U.S. Attorney says. According to a...
May 06, 2015
Agriculture-related nitrate contamination is a growing concern for Minnesota’s drinking water, according to a report by the state’s Department of Health’s (MDH). The Drinking...
Some big changes on the Minneapolis print scene, where the city’s leading newspaper has bought a smaller, but popular alternative weekly periodical. The Star Tribune reports that its parent...
A town in North Dakota was evacuated by authorities after an oil train derailed Wednesday morning. Valley News Live reports the Wells County Sheriff’s Office confirmed a BNSF train left the...
The small city of Onalaska, Wis., could become another hub for Mayo Clinic’s health care operations in west-central Wisconsin. Rochester-based Mayo is in the early planning stages to build a...
May 05, 2015
An unusual “open house” event in Otsego on Tuesday is shedding a little more light on how the Minnesota’s soon-to-be-legal medical marijuana industry is going to work. Tonight at...
WalletHub survey ranks metro low for startup climate.
The deadly avian flu that’s killed more than 5 million turkeys in the state is now costing some people their jobs, at least temporarily. Willmar-based Jennie-O Turkey said in a news release...
In another blow to the economy of Minnesota’s Iron Range, reports say 100 workers are being laid off by Cliffs Natural Resources. Steelworkers Union leaders told WDIO around 100 salaried...
On Tuesday, Gov. Mark Dayton and state business leaders will announce a bid for Minnesota to play host to the NCAA Championship college football game in an upcoming year. Minnesota wants more...
May 04, 2015
Minnesota dominated the list of Upper Midwest finalists.
As lawmakers debate the future of Minnesota’s troubled health insurance exchange, its chief executive officer is stepping down after 18 months at the helm. MNsure announced Monday afternoon...
Craft breweries will be allowed to sell beer growlers on Sundays after a bill was signed off by Gov. Mark Dayton Friday. However, before they can hand over the 64-ounce jugs to patrons, breweries...
May 02, 2015
A record number of people visited the Twin Cities in 2014, bringing with them a $7.4 billion boost to the metro area’s economy. A study commissioned by Meet Minneapolis has found that there...
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