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From the editors of Twin Cities Business:

Can Condos Make A Comeback In The Twin Cities?

The luxury “Regatta” condo development in Wayzata is one of just a few condo projects now underway, but could it mark a revival of the condo market?

Two MN Shopping Centers Sold To Out-Of-Staters

The asking price for Eden Prairie Center was nearly $100 million, and the Cahill Plaza shopping center sold for more than $8 million.

Summit Brewing Expands Again, Will Put Its Beer In Cans

Fresh off a nearly $7 million expansion of its St. Paul brewery, Summit paid $2.3 million for a building that will house a new canning line.

Another Downtown Minneapolis Apartment Tower Is Planned

The developer Hines plans 291 new units amid an increasingly competitive downtown rental market.

Which Twin Cities Employers Have The Most Open Jobs?

Five companies together sought to fill a total of 3,626 local positions last month. See who made the list.

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Man and woman, aged 55 and 62, found dead in their home

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office is investigating.

Gov. Tim Walz

Walz: COVID-19 guidance for Christmas likely to be similar to Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving featured a ban on social gatherings with non-household members.


Mall of America is offering a virtual Santa experience this year

People can virtually tour Santa's Candy Cane Institute.

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Annual guide to finding holiday lights displays in MN is released

More than 80 holiday displays are on this year's list.

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Duluth police officer charged in September shooting

The officer, who is a five-year veteran, is charged with two felonies.

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Enbridge gets final approval to start construction on Line 3 replacement

The project has attracted criticism from environmental and tribal groups.

Kirk Cousins

Is it a 4-team race for the final NFC playoff spot?

The key for Minnesota likely requires winning on the road against two top NFC teams.


Nov. 30 COVID-19 update: Hospitalizations reach new high mark

There are fewer than 100 staffed ICU beds available in Minnesota.