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Can Target Stand Out In A Crowded Online Video Market?

The retailer on Wednesday debuted its digital video platform, but it faces stiff competition. A retail analyst weighs in.

Amid Craft Beer Boom, Mpls Will Soon See Its First Hard Cider Taproom

Sociable Cider Werks hopes to open a taproom and begin selling its hard cider products commercially by late December.

Hazelden CEO And Industry Professionals Discuss Details Of Betty Ford Center Merger

No money changed hands in the nonprofit mega-merger, which creates an entity with annual revenue of approximately $180 million. Here's what drove the deal.

MN Ranked 8th-Best State For Business, Up From 20th, On Forbes List

Minnesota climbed the furthest on this year's list, fueled largely by its high scores in quality of life measurements.

Two Downtown Minneapolis Office Buildings Are Sold

The Oracle & International Centre in downtown Minneapolis, which features 622,173 square feet of office space, has been sold to a joint venture between Investcorp International and Wildamere Properties.

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Here’s what the Vikings owners say about new GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah

The Vikings announced his hiring on Wednesday night.

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After 3-month delay, newest Twin Cities Raising Cane's opens

The restaurant was originally scheduled to open in October.

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Armed man robs Twin Cities thrift store, flees in carjacked pickup

He pulled out a handgun shortly after chatting with the cashier about his scarf.

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Gallery: Pagoda-inspired home on Lake Pepin for sale for $2M

The home has 425 feet of private shoreline on the Mississippi River.

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Walz proposes legalizing marijuana in massive supplemental budget

It's among the provisions in his "Budget to Move Minnesota Forward."

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Photos reveal damage from gunshots to Minneapolis snowplow

A hydraulic line and three tires were damaged in the shooting.

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Minneapolis schools confirm return to in-person teaching Monday

The school district shifted to online learning almost two weeks ago as rising COVID cases led to staff and bus driver shortages.

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Mineral leases for proposed Twin Metals mine near Boundary Waters canceled

A review by the DOI found "significant legal deficiencies" with the leases' 2019 renewal.

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Reward to find person who left kittens to die in freezing WI cold

The cats were thrown from a vehicle, according to a witness.

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Charges: Man led police on multi-city pursuit in stolen Metro Mobility bus

The bus had been left unattended with the keys inside when it was stolen.

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Charges: Man fatally shot mother of his child during argument

Officers found her on the ground outside the couple's home.

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Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 26

More than 15,000 new cases in today's update.

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