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The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee is predicting a big economic windfall for the Twin Cities metro area when the 2018 game comes to Minneapolis. A firm hired by the committee says it will...
April 12, 2016
A bill to give more Minnesota babies a safe place to sleep says boxes are the answer. State Rep. Dave Pinto of St. Paul presented the bill on Tuesday, saying the “Baby Box” approach is...
Since the U.S. Congress suspended the 2.3 percent tax in December, medical tech companies have been making the most of the situation.
A lawsuit alleges the company was more likely to let go of older employees during a recent round of layoffs.
Race and ethnicity are driving disparities in the Twin Cities more than any other demographic trait, according to a new report released Tuesday. The Metropolitan Council – the policy-making and...
The body of a Twin Cities CEO has been pulled from a river in northern Minnesota. The East Grand Forks Exponent reports that the body was spotted floating in the Rainy River a mile east of Baudette...
April 11, 2016
The medical device maker from Plymouth hopes to develop a treatment plan for 1 million epileptic Americans with no other medical options.
The medical biotech startup from Maple Grove amassed a total of $8 million over the last two years.
Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Homeland Security to allow Minnesotans to use their IDs to get into federal buildings and military bases until the state legislature passes Real ID. Dayton sent a letter...
The Geekmobile is getting a makeover. Instead of rolling up in VW Beetles, Best Buy’s Geek Squad “agents” will be driving Toyota Prius C hybrid cars to their in-home visits, the...
Feds weren’t happy with how a Minnesota brewery was marketing one of their beers, so the company had to go back to the drawing boards. Indeed Brewing Company in Minneapolis is releasing their...
April 09, 2016
Surly Brewing is continuing expansion and will soon be available in North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska. The Twin Cities-based craft brewery will be available at bars, restaurants and retailers...
A new proposed apartment building in Stadium Village near the University of Minnesota could threaten several favorite restaurants. The 27-story apartment complex was proposed to the City of...
The company’s news station in Washington, D.C. made more last year than other news and music stations from Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago.
April 08, 2016
Republicans in the Minnesota House say they want no net increase in state spending this year. That’s part of a budget outline they revealed on Thursday. According to the GOP’s statement...
April 07, 2016
Both breweries produce more than 130,000 barrels of beer annually.
The world’s smallest pacemaker is officially on doctors’ shelves.
The Minnesota Vikings and Wells Fargo will meet later this month to figure out what to do about the bank’s signs the Vikings say “photobomb” the new stadium. The Vikings filed a...
The owners of acclaimed St. Paul restaurant Meritage are leaving Minneapolis, closing down their final eatery while taking a swipe at city bureaucrats. Russell and Desta Klein closed down Brasserie...
April 06, 2016
Community leaders pitched a handful of proposals to lawmakers Wednesday aimed at helping address the significant equity disparities between black and white Minnesotans. The proposals put forward...
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