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Faster Internet is in such high demand in rural Minnesota that cities have put forward almost $30 million-worth of bids for a slice of state money available to improve broadband infrastructure. But...
September 24, 2015
Separating music and Twins broadcasts could better appeal to the two separate audiences.
Analysts anticipate a possible purchase of the local 3D printing technologies company by HP. Meanwhile, both businesses remain quiet.
Elena Polukhin received more than $43,000 for allegedly prescribing pain cream and opioids to patients without a legitimate purpose.
It may only be the first full day of fall, but Minneapolis is already preparing for its annual holiday celebration. Holidazzle, which changed from the decades-old Holidazzle Parade to the...
With three months left in the year, the city passed the $1 billion mark in part because of major construction projects in Downtown East.
September 23, 2015
Minnesota driver’s licenses may not be an acceptable form of identification to get through airport security, and now Gov. Mark Dayton says he’d call a special session if needed to fix...
Demonstrators who rallied at the courthouse in Duluth Tuesday called on county commissioners to acknowledge that a proposed northeastern Minnesota copper mine would threaten the health of the St...
September 22, 2015
A program that helps Minnesotans who are deaf or hard of hearing find jobs is about to expand from the Twin Cities to six other locations, thanks to a state grant. For more than 20 years, the...
The Minnesota Vikings are taking steps to make going to football games a bit easier for breastfeeding mothers. The team announced Tuesday it’s installing two portable lactation “pods...
Alerus CEO Randy Newman said this would be “the largest bank transaction” ever for the Grand Forks-based banking and wealth management company.
The locations in Oakdale and New Hope are the first in an aggressive plan to butt heads with top dog Cub Foods.
After several months of layoffs, Target has some better news for the Twin Cities jobs market. The Minneapolis-based retailer confirmed to BringMeTheNews that it will be taking on 500 software...
The packaged food company benefited largely from its fall 2014 purchase of Annie’s Inc., which amounted to half of its sales growth.
While the council appears united on issues like mandatory sick leave and fair scheduling rules, there is no consensus on whether Minneapolis should go it alone on a higher minimum wage.
Your options for grocery shopping in the Twin Cities grew a bit Tuesday morning. Hy-Vee, the Iowa-based employee-owned chain of supermarkets in the Midwest, made its debut at 6 a.m. in the...
Americans are living in a throwaway culture far more entrenched than earlier believed. A new study by Yale University researchers released Monday shows just how much trash we all discard on a...
Some patients who use marijuana to ease the pain of serious medical conditions have found Minnesota’s new program creates a pain in the pocketbook. To help with that, one of the state’s...
September 21, 2015
The leader of Major League Soccer has endorsed a St. Paul site as a home for a Minnesota entry in the sport’s top U.S. league. In a Monday interview with ESPN 1500, MLS Commissioner Don...
Negotiations had taken a contentious turn earlier this year.
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