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Target customers across the U.S. and Canada will soon be able to get their hands on specialty woolen products manufactured by one of the state’s oldest businesses. Target’s website...
September 26, 2014
Treatment kills zebra mussels on Shorewood’s Christmas Lake. | http://t.co/US1y3evZJo pic.twitter.com/h5mR7n4H8b — WCCO – CBS Minnesota (@WCCO) September 25, 2014 Officials managing the...
September 25, 2014
Twins pitcher Phil Hughes has turned down a chance to qualify for the $500,000 bonus that he came up just short of after his last start on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field. Hughes pitched eight...
It was easy come, easy go Thursday for the notion of Sen. Amy Klobuchar heading the Justice Department. Before U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder had even made the announcement of his resignation...
Nostalgia brought a record number of people to the Minnesota History Center this summer. Gumby, Barbie, the Slinky, Pet Rock, Mr. Potato Head and Hot Wheels are among the toys at the History Center...
If you paid for certain identity theft protection services from U.S. Bank, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says you may not have actually received those services – and you may even be owed...
Ativa Medical, Magic Arms for the World and Zimmer Spine, Inc., each selected to present in front of 2,000 industry peers.
A new analysis by a finance website shows us two things when it comes to speeding tickets: One, the cost is likely much more than you realize; and two, where you get the ticket will impact how much...
Warehouse chain Costco has added powersports vehicles from a Minnesota-based business to its slate of discount offerings for consumers. Polaris Industries announced in a press release Wednesday...
A Minnesota woman is among five finalists in an international cocktail-making competition hosted by British TV chef Jamie Oliver. Mixologists from around the world submitted videos of themselves...
Minneapolis officials will likely demand more public notice from the military the next time the city plays host to helicopter training exercises like those that took place in the Twin Cities metro...
September 24, 2014
The Minnesota Attorney General’s office says the law authorizing state money for Rochester’s Destination Medical Center project requires private investments twice as large as the...
An auto repair business in the Twin Cities is likely closing its doors, but it’s not for lack of business. As a matter of fact, business has been quite good — it just has little to do...
Burg. at Sports Dome 1505 http://t.co/Dk2vA49SgR Ave.Anyone with info. plse call 651.266.5574. Misc.sports clothing. pic.twitter.com/Bd2HCEhMW0 — St. Paul Police PIO (@sppdPIO) September 24, 2014...
Minneapolis and St. Paul each have a store offering the service.
The MAC intends to build three more gates at Terminal 2 to accommodate passenger growth at the Twin Cities airport.
Multimillion-dollar investment will help about 20 Twin Citians move into homes.
As North Dakota’s oil production booms, Minnesota lawmakers continue to call for more rail safety, including reducing the volatility of the millions of gallons of crude oil that’s...
Eighteen months after Macy's announced it was abandoning downtown, reality is setting in: the store's old building isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
An inability to find financing has apparently dashed the plans to bring a Minneapolis rock club to the Mall of America. MPR News reports an eviction notice dated Tuesday was posted at what was...
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