Minneapolis' Atomic Data is getting props from a group that recognizes successful inner-city companies. The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City - started by a Harvard business professor 18 years ago - named Atomic one of the nation's fastest-growing urban businesses.
Video: I-694 northbound closed in Oakdale as jackknifed semi hangs over bridge
A scary moment in Oakdale.
New details revealed in Bloomington restaurant shooting that killed Prior Lake man
Aaron Le has been charged with 2nd-degree murder.
Runways shut down at MSP Airport due to heavy snow
Some spots in the Twin Cities could see up to 8 inches of snow on Tuesday.
U of M researcher who dreamed of becoming doctor ID'd as victim in fatal crash
Ebony Miller was 24 years old.
Bank robbery in Savage sends Target into lockdown; no arrest made
This is a developing story.
Government official accused of stealing luggage at MSP Airport
Charges state Sam Brinton stole luggage with its contents valued at over $2,000.
Developer plans 'modern European' condos for Minnetonka
City planners are set to review a concept plan Thursday.
Expect up to 8 inches in Twin Cities; another snowstorm next week?
The latest from Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
Northern long-eared bat moved from threatened to endangered list
Populations affected by white-nose syndrome have declined by 97% or more.
Early closures at growing number of schools as snow falls in Minnesota
There are concerns over the afternoon commute.
Court: Ex-cop who fatally shot Philando Castile had teaching license wrongfully denied
The Court of Appeals sent the application back for reconsideration by the board.
Urban transformation: Technology
The growth period ahead for urban areas such as the Twin Cities will be staggering, adding more stress to an already sagging infrastructure. Only those cities that value technology, and recognize that each metropolis is a living, interconnected system will survive and thrive.
Minneapolis revising city code to clear more space for urban farmers
Changes in the works will give more clarity - and legitimacy - to backyard gardeners who are supplying a growing share of the produce sold at farmer's markets. Some boosters of urban farming say the new code could lead more gardeners to start their own businesses.
Urban farmers fear city rules will prune profits
Urban farmers are now tending 400 community gardens on lots around the metro. Urban farming has gotten so popular that many cities, including St. Paul, are scrambling to regulate the plots. Commercial gardeners fret that new rules could bury their businesses.
Minneapolis law firm cuts 20 support staff from its workforce
Legal giant Dorsey & Whitney has laid off 20 employees, including 12 positions at the downtown Minneapolis headquarters. The Star Tribune reports no lawyers were cut from the firm. The newspaper notes the remaining layoffs were at offices in California, Hong Kong, New York, Salt Lake City and Seattle.
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