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Does St. Paul need to step up the way it welcomes newcomers? Better encourage year-round outdoor activities for its citizens? Or make walking and biking more of a priority in its public spaces? The...
January 12, 2015
A gallon of gas in Minnesota is, on average, cheaper than 44 other states right now. We’re paying $1.93 a gallon for regular gas as of early Monday on the AAA Fuel Gauge Report, making it the...
A Minneapolis restaurant that serves thousands of out-of-towners every year will open a redone room that shows off the history and uniqueness of the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Hell’s Kitchen says...
January 11, 2015
Health investigators have traced a listeria outbreak linked to the deaths of two Minnesotans to caramel apples packaged at a plant in California, the Food Poisoning Bulletin reports. A total of...
January 10, 2015
The road to transportation improvements in Minnesota hit a bump Friday when Gov. Mark Dayton slammed a Republican proposal to pay for maintenance projects without using new revenue, calling it...
January 09, 2015
The craft beer craze sweeping the Midwest continues to gallop along, with a man from Minnesota planning to open a $1 million brewery in Wisconsin. Savage resident James Stirn has submitted an...
Subaru is recalling almost 200,000 of its cars and SUVs to fix a brake line issue that increases the risk of crashes for drivers in snowy states including Minnesota. The Japanese car company is...
January 08, 2015
The purchase boosts the company’s portfolio of IT tools.
The company piled up nearly $1M in legal costs last year, but its largest product segment led strong sales growth.
The University of Minnesota is joining a national study that aims to get a more accurate picture of how many children in the U.S. have autism. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
January 07, 2015
Lower food prices for consumers and expenses for the company have helped fuel growth in the food giant.
“Welcome to Lake Wobegon, where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average.” Minnesota women have known all along that what Garrison...
A number of Minnesota shop workers have lost their jobs after a national teen clothing retailer abruptly closed hundreds of stores. The Associated Press reports that Wet Seal is closing 338 stores ...
Wild fans will be able to buy beer from a vending machine at the Xcel Energy Center starting Thursday. The Xcel’s new Budweiser Smart Vending Machine is the first in any entertainment venue...
Target’s new design partner will really have you dreaming for the beach on these cold winter days. The Minneapolis-based company announced Tuesday it will be teaming up with Lilly Pulitzer...
An optimistic forecast for Minnesota came out Tuesday. It’s not predicting a big warmup in temperatures, but rather a sunny economy for 2015. The annual outlook comes from the Federal...
January 06, 2015
Disappointed would-be customers of Pracna on Main found the historic Minneapolis restaurant closed Tuesday, perhaps for good. No announcement of a closing was found on the restaurant’s web...
The Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority and SMG announced Tuesday that Patrick Talty has been hired as the company’s general manager for the new Minnesota Vikings Stadium...
The State of Minnesota has auctioned off everything from cars to unclaimed property left at the airport and confiscated guns – now it can add a derelict grain elevator and vintage wildfire-fighting...
The controversial acquisition is the largest in company history.
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