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The week’s top business stories from Twin Cities Business

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Here are the week’s top business stories from the editors of Twin Cities Business:

Inc. 5000: 100 MN Companies Among Nation’s Fastest Growing

The state ranked 18th overall for number of companies that made the list.

Two Local Restaurateurs Sentenced For Hiring, Harboring Undocumented Workers

The owner and manager of two Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet locations knowingly hired at least 17 illegal immigrants.

Ikonics Grows Duluth Aerospace Platform With $4.3M Expansion

The facility will bolster the company’s ability to produce parts for aircraft.

How HOM Became King Of Minnesota Furniture

HOM, Minnesota’s largest furniture retailer, grows to broaden its base.

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Mpls. school moves to virtual learning due to homeless encampment on grounds

The Volunteers of America School says some students will work remotely, while others work at alternative sites.

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Severe weather Thursday: Here's what the NWS is saying

If storms can get going during daylight hours, they might be nasty.

John Thompson

Rep. John Thompson to serve as independent after ousting by House DFL

Thompson has been involved in multiple controversies following a July 4 traffic stop.

Chisholm

Chisholm school sends some grades home due to COVID-19 outbreak

Elementary students at Vaughan-Steffensrud are subject to the outbreak.

Kirk Cousins

Kirk Cousins needs to let it fly against the Cardinals

An aggressive approach could ensure a win in the desert.

Minneapolis police

Shooting Wednesday marks 7th homicide in 7 days in Minneapolis

The latest shooting happened just before noon Wednesday.

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Pedestrian, 34, dies after being struck by semi-trailer on Hwy. 12

The State Patrol says the pedestrian was standing in the lane when he was struck by the semi.

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ATV rider nearly killed after being impaled in neck by large stick

The stick was 1.5 inches in diameter and went 6-7 inches into his body.

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COVID-19: 153 cases linked to State Fair; school cases rapidly growing

More than 1,100 school-related cases were reported Monday and Tuesday combined.

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MN restaurant faces $98K fine amid fallout from pandemic violations

The coffee and waffle shop has continued to operate despite not having a license.

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MN residents can now access their COVID vaccine record in an app

The state's Department of Health unveiled the new option Wednesday.

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