The new Living Social survey says Minnesotans in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro travel less and consider themselves less adventurous travelers. The survey also found about 60 percent of Twin Cities residents took a "staycation" last year.
ATF now investigating fire at Lyndale Avenue apartment building
It was the second fire at a vacant building owned by the same landlord that was being used by squatters in the past few months.
Beloved restaurant in southeastern MN to close after 40 years
A final night of celebrations is scheduled for Dec. 17.
MN town shelves ordinance allowing residents to sue abortion providers
Attorney General Keith Ellison advised the town to not go forward with the ordinance.
Man shot dead inside Minneapolis tavern is identified
The suspect is being held on probable cause murder.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes to play U.S. Bank Stadium in 2023
The Strokes will provide support along with King Princess.
Settlement reached between MOA, family of boy thrown from balcony
The boy suffered multiple injuries that required several surgeries.
Minneapolis bakery to close its doors after nearly 40 years in business
The Chinese restaurant will officially close on Dec. 31.
Chanhassen psychologist pleads guilty to $550K billing fraud
Charles Howard Jorenby, 57, pleaded guilty to one count of healthcare fraud in U.S. District Court late last month.
Average life expectancy improving in the Twin Cities
A new report from Eagan-based Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota shows the average life expectancy in the metro is 81 years. The study also found children born in wealthier areas are still expected to live about six years longer than those living in lower-income neighborhoods.
Study: Twin Cities residents eat out less than anyone else in the nation
We only dine out about 3.5 times a week, compared to the national average of 4.8 -- that's about 250 restaurant meals per year. The study also found that when Twin Cities residents do go out, they most commonly choose Mexican, Chinese and Italian.
Twin Cities ranked best in nation for senior living
The Twin Cities area has been ranked the best place for seniors to live, according to a new survey by Sperling's Best Places. The metro area took the top spot for its progressive medical insurance program and for proximity to the Mayo Clinic.
Survey: Baby Boomers say the Twin Cities are the best place to retire
More Baby Boomers are opting to retire in the Twin Cities -- according to a new survey from Bankers Life. The metro took the top spot for its quality health care, variety of transportation options and low crime.
Firehouse Subs to open more than 50 restaurants in the Twin Cities
The Business Journal reports the Jacksonville, Florida-based eatery has signed an agreement to add 54 locations in the metro within the next seven years. Minnesota's first Firehouse Subs restaurant opened in Maplewood last August.
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