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Enterprise Plans To Add 80 New Twin Cities Jobs

The holding company for the Enterprise Rent-A-Car announced it will hire 11,000 new workers internationally in the coming year.

Government Shutdown Has Direct, But Limited, Effect On MN

So far, the effect of the government shutdown has primarily been limited to federal workers turned away from their jobs, but if the government stays in the dark, federal funding limitations may broaden the impact.

Twin Cities Data Center Projects Pick Up Steam

A CenturyLink unit is planning a new Shakopee project; some industry experts consider the Twin Cities to be “underserved” by modern data centers.

Hotel Brand Charts Significant MN Expansion

Value Place, which describes itself as “the largest economy extended stay lodging franchise in the United States,” has chosen the Twin Cities as one of five markets in which to expand its franchise.

New Upscale Outlet Mall Attracts 19 More Tenants

Twin Cities at Eagan, an upscale outlet mall that is slated to open next August, added 19 more retailers to its tenant list, which already included Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th.

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Vikings offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak announces retirement

Kubiak wraps up a career that has spanned nearly four decades.

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Minneapolis police seeks public help finding missing woman

A 63-year-old woman has been missing since Tuesday

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Don't want to talk to a contact tracer? MN debuts online option after positive test

The department says the survey will allow its staff to keep track of more cases at a faster pace

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Money Gal Coaching: 12 things you are wasting your money on

Kelly Blodgett started Money Gal Coaching after paying down nearly $50K in debt in 18 months.

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Three teens charged in Minneapolis robberies

The incidents took place on Saturday in Minneapolis.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Thursday, January 21

It's the first time in exactly four months that Minnesota has had fewer than 100 COVID patients in intensive care.

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Girl, 16, killed in crash with semi on icy Minnesota road

The crash happened in Dodge County around 8 a.m. Wednesday.

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Road rage incident sees driver punch out man's window, punch him in face

The incident happened in Waite Park Wednesday morning.

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Minneapolis will recover $100K in costs connected to 2019 Trump rally

The Target Center operator said it'll pay the costs over three years.

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Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey confirms run for reelection

He has faced criticism over the city's response to George Floyd's death.

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