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Colored concrete that’s been added to dress up many streets in Minnesota won’t be so pretty in the next few years. It turns out colored concrete crosswalks, sidewalks and medians...
September 04, 2014
Nearly $1 million of GOP dough is rolling into Minnesota for political advertising this month. The Associated Press reports the National Republican Congressional Committee’s purchase of air...
A final Night Market for the summer will be held Sept. 6 and a day market is set for Sept. 21 near Mai Village.
Minnesota-based World Wrestling Entertainment champ Brock Lesnar has pinned down a buyer for his home outside of Minneapolis. The Los Angeles Times says Lesnar sold his 43-acre spread in Maple...
The St. Paul city attorney says the man who posted a video online of a controversial encounter with police in a St. Paul skyway was actually seated in the public area, not in private property as a...
A Ramsey County judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit alleging Catholic church leaders in Minnesota created a public nuisance through their handling of sexually abusive priests. The Pioneer Press...
September 03, 2014
Minnesota taxpayers owe Ford Motor Co. about $4 million in refunds for tax payments made on its former St. Paul assembly plant from 2007 to 2011, according to a decision by a Minnesota Tax Court...
CVS stores nationwide stopped selling tobacco products on Wednesday as the pharmacy seeks to project a more health-focused image. The move comes as the company changes its corporate name from CVS...
The search for accused murderer Lyle “Ty” Hoffman continued Wednesday as helicopters and law enforcement officials swarmed an area near Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake. The Ramsey...
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is celebrating a landmark anniversary Wednesday as the passage of a conservation bill that protects the land in northern Minnesota turns 50, MPR News...
Minnesota State Fair Police are reporting an armed robbery from a popular craft beer booth at the Agriculture Building Friday night in St. Paul, KSTP says. State Fair police Public Information...
Land O’Lakes has pledged to give $25 million to the University of Minnesota – $21 million of it earmarked for new athletics complex facilities and programs. The pledge – one of the university...
Thousands of Minnesota State Fairgoers took part in a nonpartisan House poll touching on everything from tax breaks for the NFL and voter registration, to Sunday liquor sales and recreational...
The latest investigation of a customer data breach in the retail world could be even bigger than the one that hit Target last year. Cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs, who first reported on...
September 02, 2014
Walleye sets Minnesota apart when it comes to dining out. Fast Company’s Co.Design and Food Genius, a food industry analytics company, looked at 88,000 menus and 59 million menu items to...
The global food and agriculture products giant would buy six chocolate plants—three in North America and three in Europe—from Chicago company.
A new Brookings report found that foreign college students paid more than $206 million in tuition and $144 million in living costs here between 2008 and 2012.
Within hours of the deal being announced, several law firms specializing in shareholder actions announced plans to “investigate” the proposed merger.
The search for wanted murder suspect Lyle “Ty” Hoffman was rekindled at the Anoka County Airport Tuesday, just hours after authorities left the site empty-handed the prior evening...
Andrey Rudenko printed a castle. The Shorewood man who four months ago said he wanted to 3-D print a two-story house in Minnesota took an important, medieval-influenced trial step this summer by...
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