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Xcel is concerned that non-solar customers will see a rate hike.
June 17, 2015
Food manufacturers have been given three years to yank all trans fat from human food products, the FDA ruled on Tuesday. The substance, which grew in use after it was first introduced about 100...
June 16, 2015
Makerbot founder and CEO to lead the new organization.
The law, pushed by MNvest, aims to make investing in Minnesota startups easier.
Wages at MSP will also increase to a minimum of $10 per hour.
Stadium to be named after the fifth-largest commercial bank in the U.S.
The city of Duluth is hitting pause on new permits for all vacation rentals in the city – including hotels and bed and breakfasts – so officials can figure out how to regulate short-term rental...
How has the bird flu been able to spread so rapidly to over a hundred Minnesota poultry farms and kill nearly nine million chickens and turkeys? The answer could be in the air. A preliminary U.S...
The added bonus of 31 new jobs earns the project state financial backing.
June 15, 2015
The deal is valued at $1.9 billion.
First Sunday growler sold! pic.twitter.com/R4B3dmW2ul — Fitger’s Brewhouse (@DuluthBrewhouse) June 14, 2015 Visitors to microbreweries and brewpubs in Minneapolis and Duluth are now permitted...
June 14, 2015
Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of Metro Transit’s Green Line – and to celebrate, dozens of businesses along the light rail line are handing out discounts and free offers. The week of...
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed all the budget bills hammered out in Friday’s special session of the Legislature, his office said in a news release Saturday afternoon – thus ending the...
June 13, 2015
The Twin Cities made airwave history Friday as the first-ever radio station in the U.S. dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) listeners launched. As it kicks off, the...
June 12, 2015
The much-discussed busy spring housing market was for real in the Twin Cities metro last month. According to the monthly statistics released by the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors on...
More than 20,000 students have attended workshops since Best Buy launched it in 2007.
June 11, 2015
Holiday Inn Express project part of busy pipeline.
Now former co-CEOs Chip Pearson and Zach Halmstad will continue work in new positions at the rapidly growing company.
A new report from the federal number crunchers in Washington, D.C. show Minnesota’s economy grew in 2014 – but not as fast as it had been. The growth of Minnesota’s gross domestic...
A record value of state-owned, tax-forfeited northern Minnesota land is being auctioned off Thursday in Duluth. There are 36 different parcels in St. Louis County up for auction, with their...
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