The Star Tribune reports Cowles lost his battle with lung cancer Saturday night at his home. His family ran newspapers in Minneapolis for more than six decades, including the Star Tribune until 1998. A key player in the Twin Cities, Cowles helped create the first Guthrie theater and was a major advocate for the Metrodome.
Twin Cities authorities preparing for community reaction to Tyre Nichols video
The ATF division in St. Paul sent out an alert out of "an abundance of caution."
Changes at K102's Chris Carr & Company, with Sam Sansevere joining as co-host
She is the daughter of former KQRS morning show personality Bob Sansevere.
Minneapolis' Royal Foundry Craft Spirits announces closure
The distillery set out to infuse the Minneapolis craft cocktail scene with British flavor.
Shutterfly to cut almost 100 jobs at Shakopee facility
The layoffs are expected to impact multiple positions within the company.
Mill City Museum in the running to be named best history museum in the U.S.
The museum offers scenic views of the Mississippi River.
Man charged with attempted murder of White Bear Lake police officer
Daniel Holmgren Jr., 33, was being served an arrest warrant at the time of the incident.
Gallery: 1,000-acre Wisconsin resort listed for nearly $4.3M
The lush landscape features a creek and private lake.
Alert after Woodbury students approached by strangers asking if they want candy
Valley Crossing Elementary School urged parents to go over safety information with their children in response to the incident.
North St. Paul basketball cancels Eden Prairie game after opposing coach's reinstatement
Head Coach Cornelius Gilleylen said he let his players decide amongst themselves.
These are the nominees for 2023 Minnesota Teacher of the Year
Education Minnesota has nominated 131 teachers from across the state.
Cities prepare for release of footage showing Tyre Nichols' fatal arrest by Memphis PD
Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O'Hara issued a statement on the incident Thursday.
Charges: Teen hid inside vehicle trunk after shooting man at compost site
Prosecutors believe the shooting was a targeted act.
Cargill CFO steps down, cites 'personal reasons'
Minnesota-based Cargill's Chief Finanical Officer Sergio Rial plans to leave the company at the end of November after just 16 months in the position, the company said Friday. He plans to return to his native Brazil for "personal reasons." Sudden exits of top executives at the company are unusual, the Star Tribune reports. Rial, 52
Delta moving 160 jobs from Twins Cites to Georgia
Delta Air Lines is relocating Edina-based MLT Vacations from Minnesota to its Atlanta headquarters over the next several months, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The company says roughly 160 employees in the Twin Cities will be offered the option to transfer. Delta is the dominant carrier in the Twin Cities after in acquired Northwest Airlines in 2008.
Acclaimed Twin Cities investigative reporter Paul McEnroe dies
He spent nearly 40 years of his life breaking stories for the Star Tribune and KSTP-TV.
Feds cite Duluth zoo after farm animals died in flooding
U.S. Department of Agriculture officials on Aug. 28 cited the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth for inadequate shelter for its farm animals, and the zoo has already taken action to satisfy the USDA’s requirements, the Duluth News Tribune reports. Six sheep and four goats died at the zoo in June flooding.
Zillow rent index for Twin Cities metro jumps 11 percent in January
The Star Tribune reports this was the second-highest annual rent price increase among the top 25 metro areas. Meanwhile, Zillow reports home values were down more than 8 percent in January.
"Serial plagiarist" leaves Minnesota newspaper; publisher apologizes
Weekly humor columns that appeared under Jon Flatland's name in the Blooming Prairie Times were apparently swiped from a host of other columnists and bloggers. The paper's publisher apologized to readers for the plagiarism that seems to date back through many years of Flatland's newspaper career.
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