The Pioneer Press reports Paul Martodam's doctors advised him to step down. He was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in August 2010. Martodam was the first layperson to serve as CEO for the Twin Cities organization. He'll continue to be involved as a donor and volunteer.
KAT sets a franchise record, leaves early in loss to Wizards
Towns fell on his back in the final minutes of a loss in Washington.
Man shot by police in Forest Lake dies from injuries
It was one of two police shootings in the Twin Cities on the same day, both of which proved fatal.
'Everyone should really be masking up' in public, Malcolm says
The health commissioner said residents have gotten "a little bit lax" with some protective measures.
Byron Buxton believes he's the best player in baseball
"Nobody [does] the things that I do. I know that."
Edibles coming to Minnesota's medical marijuana program
MDH also announced it will not add anxiety as qualifying condition.
Police reveal new details about 'coordinated' Best Buy thefts
A large group stole thousands of dollars in merchandise from three Twin Cities Best Buy stores.
New tenant revealed for former Libertine spot in Uptown
The space will combine playful art offerings with a restaurant.
What are Minnesota's chances of a white Christmas this year?
The Twin Cities averages a white Christmas about 3 out of every 4 years.
'You will not live much longer b***': Rep. Omar shares threatening voicemail
Omar's office received the call hours after Rep. Boebert posted her video about the MN congresswoman.
ESPN's 'Booger' makes fun of Wild fans' record cup snake
He's the same guy who thought the "Minneapolis Miracle" was bad for the Vikings.
Kars4Kids charity under scrutiny from watchdog group.
Probably best known for their catchy radio jingle, Kars4Kids (K-A-R-S kars for kids) is being questioned for misleading donors. The organization has already been fined $65,000 in two other states for failing to disclose the beneficiaries of car donations.
Best Buy chief marketing officer resigns
Barry Judge is the third executive to depart the Richfield-based electronics retailer this year. Former Starbucks executive Stephen Gillett is expected to take over his role. The Pioneer Press reports the resignation is not related to former CEO Brian Dunn, who stepped down in April amid an internal investigation. Geek Squad founder Robert Stephens also left Best Buy in March.
'Give to the Max Day' raises $13.56M for Minnesota charities
Close to 50,000 donors participated in the 24-hour fundraiser held Wednesday. The donations will benefit nearly 4,000 non-profits throughout the state.
Ecolab appoints Handley to president and chief operating officer
Thomas Handley is being promoted to replace Erik Fyrwald who left the company in April, the Business Journal reports. Handley joined the St. Paul-based maker of cleaning, sanitation, pest elimination and maintenance products in 2003. He was most recently the president of its Global Food & Beverage division and Asia Pacific Latin America businesses.
Komen exec resigns after dispute over charity's funding for Planned Parenthood
A vice president for the Susan G. Komen breast-cancer charity who says she supported the move to cut off funding to Planned Parenthood has stepped down, according to the Associated Press. Vice president Karen Handel, a former GOP candidate for governor, says Komen has long been concerned about the controversy surrounding Planned Parenthood. The charity reversed its decision to cut off funding after it sparked a firestorm of criticism.
Record year for St. Paul Thanksgiving Meals on Wheels
Volunteers prepared 7,500 pounds of turkey for the annual Meals on Wheels Thanksgiving meal. The social service organization is serving more people in need than ever before.
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