Many are urging their fellow Twitter and Facebook followers to stop shopping at the Minneapolis retailer after they learned their online orders for the exclusive Italian designer's products are now being delayed or canceled.
Boyd Huppert, Twin Cities TV stations among Murrow Award winners
The KARE 11 personality known for his 'Land of 10,000 Stories' feature was among the national winners.
Study: Excessive drinking cost Minnesotans almost $8 billion in 2019
The study was published by the Minnesota Department of Health Thursday.
Mall of America shooting suspects arrested in Chicago
The two suspects were spotted leaving a barber shop.
Walz: Increased state law enforcement presence to stay in Twin Cities
A multi-agency effort to curb crime will go on until further notice.
Boy, 7, who drowned in south Minneapolis pool identified
The incident happened in June.
Bloomington PD to provide update on Mall of America shooting investigation
There's unconfirmed reports the suspected gunman and an accomplice have been arrested.
Motorcyclist found dead behind guardrail 6 hours after crash
The crash happened before sunset Wednesday, but no one called 911.
Iowa Gov. asks court to lift injunction on 'heartbeat' abortion ban
A court challenge seeks to revive Iowa's abortion ban.
6 transportation projects in Minnesota get $100M federal funding
The projects extend to areas all across the state.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for the week ending Tuesday, August 9
The number of cases in the latest reporting period dropped compared to the previous week's update.
Target's Missoni missteps generate customer backlash
Web site crashes at Target.com marred opening day of the discount retailer's sales of Missoni merchandise. Customers who tried to buy items from the upscale Italian designer are finding their orders delayed or canceled. Target is working to straighten things out, but complaints in cyberspace suggest there's been long-term damage.
Target says some stores will restock Missoni collection
The limited edition collection sold out at most Target stores in minutes Tuesday. The mad rush for the Italian designer's special line also crashed Target's website. But the Minneapolis-based retailer says more merchandise is on the way.
Target.com customers say Missoni orders didn't go through
A few days after Target's limited edition collection hit their website, the Pioneer Press reports some Target.com shoppers are getting notices that their orders have now been cancelled. The Minneapolis retailer has yet to make a statement about the issue.
Minneapolis top city for social media jobs
The online publication, All Twitter, says Minneapolis has the 13th-highest volume of social media jobs. The salary for a blogger in the Twin Cities can range from $16,000 – $44,000. A social media marketing manager in Minneapolis is the best paid position with a range of $54,000 to $85,000. California and the Northeast dominate the top five places.
Friends organize search via social media after man posts goodbye, goes missing
Friends and strangers alike are calling on anyone out there to help find Todd Tweedy after the St. Paul man posted this message on Facebook: "One illness I've never been able to defeat is my own depression. I have to say goodbye now." He drives a red Volkswagen Passat, Minnesota plate 545 BLM.
'Do Whatever' campaign taps youth ingenuity, social media to help homeless
WCCO reports on a new campaign launched in Minneapolis that hopes to turn the younger generation's love of online stunts into help for homeless youth. Those who sign on to "Do Whatever It Takes" raise money in exchange for a promise to perform "whatever."
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