Atlantic ranks Kopplin's in St. Paul among nation's coolest coffeeshops

The magazine praised the coffeehouse for its dedication to local and organic sources.
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Minnesota Republicans looking to make PPP loans exempt from state taxes

Congress made PPP loans exempt from federal taxes late last year.

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Former DFL state Rep. Knuth announces run for Minneapolis mayor

She is among those challenging Mayor Frey in November.

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Marvin is three-time Olympic medal winner and former Warroad prep hockey star.

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Wisconsin father suspected of killing his 6-week-old son

The father was arrested Monday in connection to the infant's Feb. 19 death.

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Minnesota saw record gun permit applications in 2020

The trend in Minnesota aligns with national spikes.

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St. Paul police ask for help solving 2 hit-and-run cases

A man is still hospitalized after being hit by a car in mid-February, while a woman is on a "long road to recovery" after being hit by a van in December.

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Duluth fire crews battle blaze on 118-year-old lake freighter

The J.B. Ford, which is the oldest intact lake freighter still floating, has been housed at a scrapyard since 2015.

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Target sales grew by $15B in 2020, more than past 11 years combined

The pandemic led to a historic year for the Minneapolis retailer.

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Eagan-based Villaume Industries pays $90K fine in gender discrimination case

After the Minnesota Department of Human Rights found the company refused to hire women, Villaume committed to reforms

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11 more people charged in massive magazine scam plead guilty

In total, 63 people from across the U.S. were charged in what prosecutors called the "largest elder fraud scheme in the nation."

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Dozens of Minnesota colleges and universities among top ranked schools

Minnesota is home to some of the best national universities and liberal arts colleges, according to the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings. Carleton College in North Field was named the 8th best national liberal arts college. The magazine also recognized the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities.

Iconic 1st National Bank Building in downtown St. Paul has a new owner

The historic 662,000-square-foot tower, known for its neon 1st sign, was sold to a New York City investment group for a little more than $19.8 million. The Business Journal notes Houston-based Fairfield Financial Group bought the First National Bank Building in January 2007 for $27.1 million.

New farmers market to open in St. Paul

The Capitol Farmers Market debuts Friday, June 29, south of the State Capitol building. About 30 vendors will feature locally grown produce, meats, flowers and other products. The market will be open every Friday through September 28.

Minneapolis-St. Paul among best places for women

A Measure of America study put the Twin Cities metro in the top five list of best cities for women. The study compared education, life expectancy, and earnings. It found the Twin Cities has the highest percentage of women with a high school degree.

5 Minn. hospitals among the nation's best

Rochester-based Mayo Clinic earned the No. 3 spot on U.S. News & World Report's elite list of “Best Hospitals." The University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis; Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis; St. Cloud Hospital and United Hospital in St. Paul were also among the five Minnesota hospitals to receive national rankings.