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Target CFO Shares New Details About Data Breach

John Mulligan said malware, which infiltrated the retailer’s point of sale system, remained on a select number of registers for three days after the company said it had eradicated the problem.

Hard Rock Café Plans A Twin Cities Encore

The Hard Rock Café, which is known largely for its music-memorabilia décor, is hiring managers to oversee a planned location at the Mall of America.

Goodwill Keeps Growing In The Twin Cities

The nonprofit has added several local stores in the past couple of years and is now considering a new location in St. Paul.

The 400 Bar Will Re-Emerge At The Megamall

The hole-in-the-wall music venue will re-emerge as a “music complex” and is gaining some serious square-footage.

Local Co. Settles Suit For $520K, But A Criminal Investigation Is Ongoing

A Maple Grove-based medical device firm has been accused of “off-label promotion” of certain products.

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Eddie Rosario

Report: Twins place Eddie Rosario on outright waivers

The outfielder's time with the team appears to be coming to an end.

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Christian music broadcaster revealed as buyers of Go Radio

Educational Media Foundation. operates the K-Love brand, which has a presence already in the Twin Cities.

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St. Paul police chief reportedly fires officer who shot naked, unarmed man

Chief Todd Axtell said the officer's use of force was not reasonable.

Trevor May

Report: Trevor May leaving Twins to sign with Mets

The right-hander will sign a two-year deal to head to New York

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'Grim' milestone: Minnesota's traffic deaths reach 364, tying 2019 total

“With fewer vehicles on the road during the 2020 pandemic, the loss of life on Minnesota roads is beyond disappointing."

Devin Weiland

Charges: Albert Lea man, 21, fired around 90 shots at police, residents

Weiland was arrested after a standoff that lasted more than eight hours.

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Body storage warehouse 'ready if needed for COVID-19 fatality management'

The warehouse is currently storing PPE and testing supplies.

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Signs come down at Giordano's restaurant in Uptown

It appears the restaurant has closed for good.

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Walz eyes COVID-19 relief package totaling $300-$600 million amid budget surplus

The state forecasted a budget surplus for the remainder of the biennium.

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Walz non-committal on extension of restaurant, gym closures

He has suggested that the ban on mixing with people outside your household could continue over Christmas.

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