The Post Bulletin reports the Rochester-based clinic plans to spend $3.5 billion on capital investments system-wide over the next five years. Sixty percent of that money will be used for equipment, researchers and technology. The remaining 40 percent will go towards construction projects.
Christmas movie filmed in Minnesota premieres on Hulu
The movie stars Jesse Bradford and Katie Lowes.
Suspected Bloomington restaurant killer arrested in Oklahoma
The 47-year-old Texas man was arrested around 12:30 a.m. Thursday.
Minnetonka woman, 23, ID'd as victim killed in Minneapolis crash
The fatal crash happened near the Minneapolis Convention Center on Nov. 21.
More than 100 geese, ducks found dead on partially frozen MN lake
The discovery was made in Waseca at the weekend.
After losing sponsor, advocates fear Minneapolis' Nice Ride could shut down
They are calling on the city to provide financial support till a new sponsor is found.
Colleen Lindstrom announces departure from MyTalk radio show
Lindstrom's last broadcast on the long-running show will be Dec. 9.
Closed 'for good' in 2020, Choo Choo Bob's Train Store is back in new location
The formerly St. Paul business is moving to the west metro.
Diocese of Superior identifies 23 clergy members with 'substantiated' abuse
The announcement from the diocese came after a multiple reviews with external agencies.
Flu surge worsens in schools ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
Earlier this week, Minnesota hospital leaders said the number of sick children is creating a capacity crisis for the health system.
Police: 'Cold-blooded killer' at-large in Bloomington restaurant shooting
The investigation at the scene is ongoing.
Bloomington police investigating shooting; public asked to avoid area
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.
Feds giving Mayo Clinic $60 million to improve health care
Rochester-based Mayo will share the grant money from the U.S. Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to fund health-reform efforts aimed at improving patient care and management. Mayo Clinic expects the $60 million taxpayer investment to generate nearly $173 million in savings. The Post Bulletin has details on the three projects funded by the grant.
Judge orders Mayo Clinic to reinstate whistleblower
Labor officials say Mayo discriminated against an employee who made legally protected complaints about safety issues. The Post-Bulletin says James Seehusen shared concerns with supervisors about a vehicle's safety as well as the company's failure to conduct regular inspections. Supervisors later suspended Seehusen, a move they say was unrelated to his complaints, but the judge said Mayo failed to prove that.
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