In related news, the Star Tribune reports a mystery donor has dropped another $1,000 into a Salvation Army kettle.
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The road is expected to be blocked for two hours.
We didn't even include the really nasty stuff.
The record of 49,572 was set in 1972 at Metropolitan Stadium.
Ramsey is as brash as they come, and his interview with GQ was exactly that.
The girls are aged 8 and 9.
This exclusive home has gone on the market for the first time.
The Austin-based artist had to undergo a three-hour surgery.
Deloitte's 27th annual holiday survey shows shoppers in the Twin Cities plan to spend roughly $430 on gifts this year, but cut their overall holiday budgets.
Marge Hames, 74, says she's been coming back to the same local Kmart for 34 years and says the employees there are like family. That store is one of 15 that Sears Holding plans to close in February. "So I'm here. I'll be here tomorrow, and the day after, until it closes."
The latest trend in coffee is on the opposite end of the spectrum from the grab-and-go cup of joe. The Line takes a look at the new breed of coffeeshops and roasters serving customers who are looking for top quality, careful craftsmanship and sustainable ingredients.
After a four-year, $100 million pilot project in four communities, including the Twin Cities, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in a report that not only did biking increase by nearly 50 percent over the three-year life of the four projects, but there were 7,700 fewer tons of carbon dioxide emitted.