St. Cloud State University's annual Minnesota College Job Outlook survey shows more than one-third of employers plan to add jobs next year. Industries most likely to increase hiring are education, retail, and business services.
Teen driver crashes into parked payloader; 16-year-old passenger dies
The crash happened early Saturday morning in Waconia.
Barrage of gunfire injures boy in Brooklyn Park; vehicles, apartments damaged
Police say they recovered evidence that more than 40 rounds were fired in the shooting.
Minnesota Wild back away from thin blue line T-shirt giveaway
The giveaway backfired when word of it reached social media.
Workers at Minneapolis Trader Joe's become 2nd in nation to unionize
The vote was certified by the National Labor Relations Board Friday.
Woman killed by suspected drunk-driver in St. Louis County
The crash occurred on Highway 21 in Embarrass Township Friday night.
2 ejected, 1 killed in crash that closed southbound I-35
The State Patrol says neither were wearing seat belts.
Best Buy makes job cuts weeks after warning of soft sales
The Richfield retailer has been dealing with a shift in consumer trends.
Man makes 'vague comments' about Jewish people, smashes own car with club
It happened at a course that was founded as a Jewish country club 100 years ago.
Suspect of home invasion, murder in Minneapolis arrested in Wisconsin
There have been 57 deaths reported as homicides in Minneapolis this year.
Survey: More than third of employers plan to add jobs next year
A poll from St. Cloud State likely means good news for college students. The biggest gainers will be education, retail and business services.
Survey: More Twin Cities employers plan to hire in 2012
A new employment survey out Monday has some good news. Fifteen percent of 140 companies surveyed said they plan to hire more workers next year. That's up from about 12 percent earlier. Eight percent of employers surveyed said they plan to trim their workforce.
Manpower: More workers will be hired than fired in Q3
The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey shows more than 20 percent of Twin Cities employers are planning to add workers to their payrolls this summer. Less than five percent of Minnesota employers plan to cut staff in July, August or September. Finance & Commerce reports jobs prospects look especially strong in construction, durable and non-durable goods manufacturing and professional and business services.
SCSU student found dead
The Saint Cloud Times says 22-year-old Ka Vang was found dead Thursday, just a day after city officials issued an alert for the missing woman. Authorities are investigating the death but say it doesn't appear criminal. Due to past behavior and medical history, police say Vang may have been suicidal.
Survey: Twin Cities commercial real estate market declines
The University of St. Thomas surveyed industry leaders about their expectations for vacancy rates, rents, and other conditions. Compared to six months ago, the responses were downgraded from “slightly optimistic” to neutral.
Survey finds some optimism for Minn. economy
A statewide survey finds that professional business service firms such as engineers, accountants and consultants have a somewhat bright outlook: nearly half of the respondents expect to see increases in revenue; 40 percent expect an increase in profits; about a third expect revenue and profits to stay the same.
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