The Week's Top Business Stories

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Here are the week's top business stories from the Editors of Twin Cities Business:

Polaris Making Vehicles On Another Continent For First Time

The bulk of its sales occurring in North America, the off-road vehicle maker will begin producing in Poland in early 2015.

Delta Plans to Add Nonstop Service to China From MSP

The MAC intends to build three more gates at Terminal 2 to accommodate passenger growth at the Twin Cities airport.

Three Twin Cities Suburbs Among Money’s Best

Extensive parks and job opportunities helped Maple Grove, Eagan and Woodbury earn places on the annual list.

Homeownership Nonprofit Gets Boost From U.S. Bank

Multimillion-dollar investment will help about 20 Twin Citians move into homes.

Stratasys 3D Printers Now In 100 UPS Stores Nationwide

Minneapolis and St. Paul each have a store offering the service.

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Wolves-Grizzlies game off, KAT tests postive for COVID

The Timberwolves star was among several players that are dealing with COVID-related issues.

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Planning for the 2021 Minnesota State Fair is underway

The fair suffered huge financial losses due to COVID-19, but organizers are moving forward with planning "different scenarios" for this summer.

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Heather Brown named as new WCCO 'This Morning' anchor

She will be joining Jason DeRusha on the CBS affiliate's Morning Show.

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DPS Commissioner: No credible threats to state Capitol, but ready if something arises

Local and state law enforcement officials have a plan in case a threat arises.

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Here are snow totals from Thursday-Friday winter storm

It's a slushy mess in the metro, but snow did pile up in southern counties.

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Walz fury after report that government's COVID vaccine reserve is nonexistent

The Washington Post reported Friday that the Trump Administration has shipped out all the vaccines it has already, with none in reserve.

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What's open and closed in Minnesota on MLK Day 2021?

Local government offices will generally be closed on Monday.

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Company that falsely promised student loan forgiveness banned from MN

It's also been ordered to repay $11,499 in fees taken from Minnesotans.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID update for January 15

Hospitalizations are the lowest in Minnesota since October 25.

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Osterholm: B117 COVID strain could become major issue in 6-8 weeks

The B117 variant is believed to be more easily transmitted.

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