The cable and internet company says it will add 100 customer service agents to its billing office in St. Paul and 50 to its customer loyalty center in Minnetonka, the Business Journal reports.
Emaciated Great Danes rescued after being found living in minivan
Great Dane Rescue of Minnesota and Wisconsin posted that two of the dogs are in "rough condition" and "barely hanging on."
2 years since George Floyd's killing, Biden signs exec order on policing
The signing comes on the second anniversary of Floyd's murder by police in south Minneapolis.
Mayo Clinic, CDC address concerns over monkeypox in the US
The CDC does not currently think there is a significant threat to the general public.
Charges: Man killed brother, left body in homemade camper for 7 months
James Robert Hess, 48, faces second-degree murder charges for the death of his 52-year-old brother, William Harold Hess Jr.
Minnesota forecast: Hot, humid and severe storm chances
Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard says right now the best chance for storms looks like Sunday/Sunday night.
Minnesota's biggest Thai festival to be hosted in front of State Capitol
The Thai New Year, or Songkran, is one of the most celebrated holidays in Thailand.
Reservation holders at Gavin Kaysen's new restaurant asked to rebook after mishap
Mara opens next month in the Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis.
Man dies after being shot in the head in St. Cloud
Investigators believe the suspects fled the scene in a vehicle.
Uvalde school massacre: MN Democrats call for action, Republicans prayers
The tragedy in Texas has sparked different reactions from Minnesota's congressional delegation.
St. Cloud man fires shot at police in hours-long standoff, surrenders
Shawn Lawrence Jacobs, 37, was arrested just before 4 p.m. Tuesday after he surrendered.
Comcast to add 150 local jobs
The cable company is adding 150 jobs in St. Paul, which is the second big hiring effort so far this year. In April, Comcast announced plans to hire 450 people for its Minnetonka facility. A company executive tells Twin Cities Business that many of those jobs are still open.
Twins hire Brewers announcer to replace John Gordon
The Twins have a new play-by-play man. He’s Cory Provus, who spent the last few years calling Milwaukee Brewers games. The Pioneer Press reports the Twins were impressed with his work during the Brewers’ playoff run last month. He’ll replace John Gordon, who retired after 25 years in the booth with the Twins.
What should the Twins do?
Now that the World Series is over, it's time for teams to beef up their rosters and sign a few free agents. Big question: What should the Twins do to bounce back from the 99-loss albatross that was 2011? Click here for the latest gossip and guesses from the Hot Stove League.
Could the Twins sign Buehrle or Reyes?
MLB's hot stove season is underway and Twins fans are hoping Bill Smith and company can lure in a big time free agent. The team needs a reliable No. 1 starter, and Mark Buehrle might be their match. If the team wants to go big they could attempt to sign shortstop Jose Reyes.
100 losses? It's well within Twins' reach
Simple math shows how easily the Twins could lose 100 games this season. There are 10 games to go. Minnesota needs to go 4-6 to avoid the century mark. Going into tonight's game with Seattle, they've lost nine straight. Add it up, and chances are Twins Territory includes triple digits
Cricket anyone? Players carve Twin Cities niche
Since founding the Minnesota Cricket Association in the 1970s, Alston Dutchin has watched it grow from six to 26 teams. But cricket, hugely popular in many parts of the world, is still largely unknown in the Midwest. Local enthusiasts are trying to change that. It's been introduced as a sport at the University of Minnesota, and Dutchin is trying to spread it into schools across the Twin Cities.
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