Pinnacle provides the only commercial air service available in several Minnesota cities. The company, which absorbed Mesaba Airlines two years ago, also employs 1,200 Minnesotans.
No travel advised: High winds, whiteout conditions in NW MN
Zero visibility in parts of greater Minnesota Tuesday night.
Update: Holy Angels evacuated over bomb threat, school says
Someone left a voicemail early Tuesday suggesting there was an explosive device.
Convicted stalker charged with harassment of another DJ at The Current
He pleaded guilty to similar charges involving the DJ's colleague back in 2015.
Gophers fall below roster minimum, postpone Penn State game
It is "due to internal COVID-19 protocols within the Golden Gopher program."
Report: Vikings request interview with Rams' Raheem Morris
Morris was once the youngest head coach in the NFL at 33 years old.
Sheriff: Drunk driver crashed trying to 'beat the train'
The BNSF train slammed into the side of the driver's car.
Man run over after parking dispute leads to road rage crash
The two groups fought about parking prior to the crash.
Deadly crash shuts down small stretch of Chaska highway for hours
A driver crossed over the center median and hit another vehicle.
You can now order 4 free at-home COVID tests from the government
Tests will ship for free within 7-12 days, according to the White House.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, January 18
Minnesota has reached 11,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Pinnacle Airlines still weeks away from headquarters decision
Pinnacle Airlines Corp., which flies regional jets for Delta Air Lines, is still working its way through the bankruptcy process. A spokesman for the Memphis-based regional carrier tells the Pioneer Press the final report is several weeks. Pinnacle is exploring every opportunity to reduce costs, including whether to move its corporate headquarters to the Twin Cities.
Bankrupt Pinnacle Airlines wooed to travel north
The Metropolitan Airports Commission has approached the Memphis-based company about moving its corporate headquarters to Minnesota -- bringing jobs, revenue and economic growth with it. Pinnacle bought Mesaba Airlines in July 2010 and closed that company's Eagan headquarters earlier this year. "We currently don't have plans to move but every opportunity to reduce costs will be considered," Pinnacle Airlines said in a statement emailed to the Star Tribune.
Pinnacle Airlines evaluating future HQ locations, including Minn.
The board of Pinnacle Airlines Inc. is getting an update this week on whether to keep the company based in Memphis compared to moving its headquarters to the Twin Cities or Detroit, The Commercial Appeal reports. "We still have a lot of work to do before a decision is made," spokesman Joe Williams said.
Memphis, Twin Cities still in contention for Pinnacle Airlines HQ
The board of directors at Pinnacle Airlines has eliminated Detroit from consideration for its potential new headquarters, the Commercial Appeal reports. The Memphis-based regional carrier is considering whether to move its home office to save money. Minnesota is the only other option still in contention.
Fewer Minnesotans filing for bankruptcy as slow recovery continues
The Pioneer Press reports fewer Minnesotans are finding themselves in dire financial straits as the economy continues its slow recovery. Bankruptcy filings are down about 13 percent from a year ago.
Mesaba Airlines moving headquarters to Memphis, cutting 193 Minnesota jobs
Mesaba's parent company, Pinnacle Airlines, is already based in Memphis and currently has about 800 Minnesota employees. Delta sold the regional air carrier last year. Mesaba's roots are in Minnesota's World War II-era iron range.
St. Cloud awarded $750,000 to help attract airline
The $750,000 grant will be used to help the city attract airlines he St. Cloud Regional Airport -- which has been without commercial air service since Delta Airlines ended its flights there in 2009.
You Can Get BMTN Special Offers!