Minneapolis Inks Electricity Deal With Solar Garden Operators

The city estimates it will save $28,000 this year on electricity through the agreement.

May 12, 2016


Delta Offers To Help Speed Up Security At MSP Airport

The airline wants to reduce wait times before peak summer travel.

May 12, 2016


Charged: German Ship Detained In Duluth Dumped Oily Waste Into Great Lakes

The charges follow an investigation performed by the U.S. Coast Guard last winter.

May 12, 2016

It looks like another MN restaurant will be featured on the Food Network

@elsprintguy on set of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives with @GuyFieri & @FoodNetwork@TeamTNT @mmcmahon09 @marceloclaure — El Sprint Guy Mn (@elsprintguy) May 11...

May 12, 2016

Paid family leave proposal passes the MN Senate

A proposed law that would require businesses provide up to 12-weeks of paid family leave in Minnesota passed the state’s Senate Wednesday, though is unlikely to become law this year at least....

May 11, 2016

Modern art for the Vikings fan: Stadium will feature sculpture called 'The Horn'

It’s not meant to be a horn you can blow … especially since it’ll be 107 feet long and 38 tons of steel. But discerning Vikings fans will recognize echoes of the Gjallarhorn in...

May 11, 2016

It's official: Gophers introduce Mark Coyle as new athletics director

It’s official: Mark Coyle is the next director of athletics at the University of Minnesota. U of M President Eric Kaler announced the hire, which is pending approval by the University’s...

May 11, 2016

Opioid Abuse Adds Billions To Employers’ Health Care Costs

Analysis of claims data finds employees who abuse prescription pain meds incur higher health care costs.

May 11, 2016


ARCpoint Labs Adding Three Metro Locations

Franchise concept provides drug and alcohol, DNA testing.

May 11, 2016


Medtronic Wins Patent Dispute Over Heart Valve Device

The multi-year suit ended in Medtronic’s favor, despite the company’s track record of not always prevailing in lengthy patent battles.

May 11, 2016


Mayo Strikes Multi-Product Licensing Agreement With Exact Sciences

Exact Sciences is already using Mayo research to roll out an at-home colorectal cancer screening kit.

May 11, 2016


Why BioSig Shuns Venture Capital Investment

The company likes the control it maintains by soliciting investment from within.

May 11, 2016


Minnesota Launches Med-Tech Partnership To Attract New Business

Companies looking to expand into and throughout Minnesota will have access to more than $1 billion of federal economic development assistance.

May 11, 2016

One Target is getting a Chobani Cafe (yes, the Greek yogurt people)

The Greek yogurt giant Chobani is getting a cafe – inside a Target. The Minneapolis-based retailer said Wednesday morning the Chobani Cafe will be located in Target’s new Tribeca neighborhood...

May 11, 2016

As Sculpture Garden closes to expand, the Walker remembers the man who created it

The Sculpture Garden is now closed. The 19-acre outdoor art space in Minneapolis is undergoing renovations and an expansion – including more trees, more space, a new entry pavilion for the Walker...

May 11, 2016

A new Minneapolis bookstore will be run by 'indie' publisher Milkweed Editions

If it seems like bookstores are more likely to close than open these days, then maybe Milkweed Books is swimming upstream instead of going with the flow. That would not be unusual for the non...

May 10, 2016

Cage-free eggs: Dairy Queen is the latest company to announce the switch

Dairy Queen is the latest company to pledge it will switch to only cage-free eggs in the near future. The switch covers shelled eggs, liquid eggs, and Dairy Queen-specific products that have eggs...

May 10, 2016

RedEye Rebrand

StoneArch Gives Nonprofit A New Look

It’s part of the marketing agency’s annual pro-bono, 24-hour challenge.

May 10, 2016

Mercy And Unity Hospitals To Be Consolidated

Previous collaborations inspired parent company Allina to merge the two Anoka County medical centers.

May 10, 2016

Soccer players at Capitol to urge tax breaks for builders of St. Paul stadium

There’s no stoppage time at the Minnesota Legislature. So members of the state’s top soccer team came to the Capitol Monday to remind lawmakers that the clock is ticking toward their...

May 09, 2016

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