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“Safe Money” Radio Host Accused Of $2M Scam

Jeffrey Rodd, who was ordered earlier this year to cease the sale of securities in Minnesota, now faces allegations of fraud.

Mpls, Wolves Near $100M Target Center Renovation Deal

A planned $100 million renovation of the facility could begin in 2014.

MN Adds 12K Jobs, Regains All Lost In Recession

The state has recovered all the jobs lost during the recession and remains more than 2 percent below the national unemployment rate, but they are not as high-quality of jobs as the state had in 2008.

Mpls Chooses Firm For $40M Nicollet Mall Redesign

Pending final approval from the Minneapolis City Council, New York-based architecture firm James Corner Field Operations will redesign the downtown business and retail corridor.

U.S. Bank Says It Could Weather Another Major Recession

In a company-run analysis, which was required by regulators, U.S. Bancorp projected that it could survive a major recession; Wells Fargo said it, too, would be prepared for such a downturn.

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MN up to 45 counties with high or substantial COVID-19 transmission

Delta is leading to more cases – and more severe cases – involving children in other states.

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University of St. Thomas latest to require vaccines for students, staff

The college had previously offered incentives to get vaccinated, but is now mandating them.

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New forecast predicts more than 4 million Twin Cities residents by 2050

The Met Council believes job opportunities will also steadily grow.

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Zimmer on unvaccinated players: 'Some of the things they've read are just, woof, out there'

The coach says he's doesn't understand why some players won't get vaccinated.

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Charges: St. Paul woman killed ex-husband, buried him in her back yard

A woman is accused of fatally shooting her ex-husband and burying him in the yard.

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Riverview Cafe in south Minneapolis closes, plans to 'reassess' its future

The cafe and wine bar was open in the Longfellow neighborhood for 23 years.

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Bear sightings prompt food storage mandate up north

Visitors to the forest and BWCAW will be required to 'properly' store their food.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, August 2

The delta variant has been leading to higher case counts and hospitalizations in Minnesota.

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Customers reportedly flee after scare inside Bloomington Walmart

People ran believing it was gunshots, but police say it was actually fireworks.

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New alt news site from former City Pages editors launches this month

Racket will be supported through a reader subscription model.

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Dakota County to reintroduce bison to the area next year

The bison will be introduced to Spring Lake Park Reserve near Hastings and Rosemont.

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