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Mixed-Use Project Will Revive A Long-Vacant, 100-Acre Property (See Renderings)

City officials unanimously approved plans for City Place, which will feature a grocery store, other retail, a hotel, office buildings, and more; work will begin this fall.

MakeMusic, A 115-Worker Company, To Replace CEO And Leave Minnesota

MakeMusic is moving to Boulder, Colorado and its CEO and chief technology officer will be replaced in a restructuring of the company.

Target Warns Of Soft Sales As Data Breach Costs Reach $236M

Target revealed more details about the continuing costs of its data breach and is seeing uninspiring sales in both the United States and Canada.

Twin Cities Tech Firm Magnet 360 Expands On Both Coasts

On the heels of its purchase of California's American Data Company, Magnet 360 has acquired iRGONOMIC of New York—bringing its total headcount to roughly 120.

Stratasys’ Stock Soars As Revenue Jumps 67%

The Eden Prairie-based maker of 3D printers said the products of its recently acquired company, MakerBot, helped drive its quarterly success.

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Lynx select Rennia Davis in 2021 WNBA Draft

The Tennessee wing was selected ninth overall

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Appeal to find girl, 14, missing from Benson

Cienna Pittman went missing Tuesday.

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Walk-off win for Twins snaps 5-game losing streak

Miguel Sano homered, but Max Kepler had the winning hit.

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St. Paul mayor vetoes council's denial of $57M apartment complex

The project has raised affordable housing and gentrification concerns, but the mayor says all types of housing are needed in St. Paul.

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Coller: Michael Pierce is a breath of fresh air for the Vikings

Matthew Coller writes a weekly Vikings column for BMTN, with more of his work found at Purple Insider.

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In letter, Hennepin Sheriff asks Brooklyn Center: Do you still want our help?

Dave Hutchinson has asked Mayor Mike Elliott whether the city still needs help from other law enforcement agencies.

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Fatal crash closes eastbound Hwy. 62 in Minneapolis

The closure is expected to be in place for an "extended period of time."

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Boy, 15, identified as 1 of 2 killed in shooting after crash in Minneapolis

The shooting happened after two vehicles crashed around 2 a.m. April 12.

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