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The Minnesota-based owners of Gold’n Plump are recalling 55,608 pounds of chicken products because they may be contaminated with sand and black soil. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food...
June 19, 2016
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A $3 million deal will help keep housing prices low for Minnesotans. The Hennepin County Board made the deal after a low-income housing group argued that affordable housing is disappearing in the...
June 18, 2016
A Land O’Lakes subsidiary will have its plant breeding operations bolstered following the completion of the deal.
June 17, 2016
The suburban county is the first to leave the regional transportation funding body.
June 16, 2016
The trial for his son Jordan Davis is still set to take place at the start of next week.
The state's Chamber of Commerce continues its call on lawmakers to eliminate the statewide general property tax.
Victims were promised a slice of a new Hmong homeland in exchange for payments of up to $5,000.
Lake Calhoun is one of Minneapolis’ most popular and packed lakes during the summer. It’s also contaminated with something called PFOS. Now, don’t panic – they’ve been...
Supporters of a law Minnesota passed in 2007 say it encourages utility companies to switch to cleaner energy instead of burning coal. But for the second time a court has said a key part of that law...
June 15, 2016
The medical marijuana company will soon have operations in half of the state’s designated cannabis patient centers.
It’s all about priorities – and the price of health care doesn’t seem to be one of them.
The company faces over 36,000 lawsuits surrounding issues with the devices.
If you’re a member of Minneapolis’ creative industry, you helped contribute $4.5 billion to the local economy last year. That’s the finding of a report into the value of the city&...
Developer Ryan Companies seeing health care demand.
Possible strike looms amid health plan dispute.
If you’re planning on voting for Donald Trump this November, you’re not welcome at a couple of Minneapolis coffee shops. The stance taken by Urban Bean Coffee comes in the wake of the...
The addition of this testing method will shape future studies and could help doctors predict a patient’s chance of suffering from chronic disease.
Regenerative, individualized medicine researchers seem likely picks for new Rochester buildings.
The title of the Reddit post and photo really explains it all. “As a gay guy born and raised in Texas I would have never imagined seeing this inside a Target. It made me weep. I’ve...
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