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Twin Cities Business Unveils First-Ever "Person Of The Year"

See who the magazine awarded the new honor.

In Wake Of The Target Breach: Are Pharmacy Records Safe?

Target has not indicated that pharmacy records were exposed, although some say the recent data breach amplifies concerns about “medical identity theft” from pharmacy chains.

L.A. Pizza Joint Plans Push Into Twin Cities

The owner of the Mall of America’s Johnny Rockets’ restaurant is now also bringing a new create-your-own pizza franchise called Pizza Studio to the megamall, with plans for three additional restaurants in the Twin Cities.

Best Buy’s Stock Plummets On Weak Holiday Sales

On the news of unexpectedly poor holiday sales, Best Buy’s stock fell nearly 30 percent Thursday and its CEO announced that the company would need to cut costs.

3 MN Businesses Make “100 Best Companies To Work For” List

See who made Fortune magazine's annual list.

Dayton Says $986M Bonding Bill Would Add 27K Jobs

Governor Mark Dayton focused on higher education, Capitol renovations, and clean water investments in his most recent proposal.

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Flash flooding as torrential rain hammers Cambridge

Flooding and damage from a non-severe storm Wednesday evening.

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Minneapolis nonprofit celebrates anonymous donor's $1.5M gift

Appetite For Change is building sustainable, local food systems in North Minneapolis.

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On the lam since 2007, suspect in MN murder case arrested in Florida

The suspect is one of three men connected to a fatal drive-by shooting on St. Paul's West Side.

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Motorcyclist in collision with deer dies from injuries

The 55-year-old from Princeton died at a hospital a day after the crash.

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Burnsville approves measure that will make its landfill much taller

The expansion will increase the landfill's allowable height by an additional 268 feet.

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Northern MN man found guilty in 1980s cold case murder

Nancy Daugherty was found dead in the afternoon hours of July 16, 1986.

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Breakfast spot in Ham Lake closes after decades in business

The business posted an announcement on its front door.

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St. Paul man killed partner, himself while their 5 kids were home

St. Paul confirmed the double shooting on Tuesday evening was murder-suicide.

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Minnesota, Wisconsin kids competing in USA Mullet Championships

The contest is divided into kids and teens divisions.

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One killed after being trapped under UTV near Alexandria

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says the victim died at the scene.

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What's in the Inflation Reduction Act signed by President Biden?

How the nation's biggest climate law will reduce emissions.

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Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis will get new name

A school board meeting was held this week, discussing what's next going forward.

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