Aerospace company AAR says it will revive an aircraft maintenance center that Northwest Airlines abandoned in 2005. AAR plans to start hiring this summer. The welders, mechanics, and machinists will earn $30,000 to $80,000 per year.
Police: Boy run over by school bus recovering from 'severe internal injuries'
The incident remains under investigation.
FOX 9 promotes Hannah Flood to anchor, adds new reporter
Hannah Flood will co-anchor mornings while Se Kwon joins the team.
Watch: Suspects drive wrong-way on I-35E, before carjacking separate vehicles
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office said the suspects are still at large.
MPCA: Minnesota's emissions fell by 23% between 2005 and 2020
Clean energy investments have driven the decline.
Community steps up for dog found shot in Douglas County
The dog faces a long road to recovery.
Former U.S. Senator for Minnesota Dave Durenberger dies at 88
Durenberger served two terms before his disgraceful exit in the mid-1990s.
Two new breweries join Minneapolis, St. Paul downtowns
There are new spots in North Loop and Lowertown.
'Driver's Licenses For All' bill passes Minnesota House, heads to Senate
It would allow Minnesotans to obtain it without needing proof of legal presence in the U.S.
Charges: Food-deprived child was tortured, abused by foster caregivers
The charges consist of child torture and neglect.
Lawless Distilling in south Minneapolis abruptly closes its doors
The company stated "the wear and tear of the pandemic has taken its toll."
Enbridge Energy bringing more than 100 new jobs to downtown Duluth
The Calgary, Alberta-based petroleum pipeline company is expanding its operations in the Twin Ports region. A company spokeswoman told the News Tribune it already has more than 550 employees and contractors. She says the new professional positions will include civil, electrical and environmental engineers and safety specialists.
Cirrus Aircraft adding new jobs in Grand Forks
Duluth-based Cirrus plans to bring up to 60 jobs at its Grand Forks, N.D., plant as it partners with a company that makes a new type of small "sport" plane. The Grand Forks Herald report Cirrus is taking over manufacturing for a large portion of the Icon A5 -- a plane that can take off and land on water.
'Fracking' brings new business to Duluth port
New cargo is arriving in the Twin Ports. Ships are delivering "frack" sand from Russia bound for western oilfields. Hydraulic fracturing, which is used to break up rock and release oil and gas, has stirred up some controversy because of environmental worries.
Duluth region job growth jumps
Summer flooding did not put a damper on fall hiring in Duluth. The region had its best September for job growth since 1992 with a spike of 2,200 jobs compared to August, according to a new state report, the Duluth News Tribune reports. It was welcome news after a general slump in job growth that has stretched for more than a year.
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