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One Of MN’s Largest Private Companies Receives Buyout Bid

Tyson Foods, a competitor of Minnesota's Hormel, has reportedly made a bid to acquire Minnetonka-based Michael Foods.

Opus Plans Downtown Mpls.’ Next Major Development

Opus is planning a large office/residential tower, with “30-plus stories,” at the north end of Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis.

Whistleblower Lawsuit Now Costs Globe University Nearly $1M

After Heidi Weber, one of the for-profit school’s former deans, was awarded almost $395,000 in a whistleblower lawsuit, a judge has now ruled that the school must pay an additional $570,000.

One Of MN’s Largest Engineering Firms Plans Merger

St. Paul-based Short Elliott Hendrickson, Inc., recently announced plans to merge with a Rochester-based firm, a move that will expand its geographical reach.

MN Ranks Highly For Female Entrepreneurship And For Residents' Well-Being

Minnesota earned high marks on two recently released lists—one that identified the “best cities for female entrepreneurs” and another that ranked states based on their residents’ well-being.

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Hospital chiefs say nursing strike will come at 'worst possible time'

A nurses union announced an almost three-week strike to take place in the Twin Cities.

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Sven Sundgaard: What's in store for MN's weather in December?

Sundgaard recaps Minnesota's fall and looks ahead to December.

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Manure spill in Wisconsin leads to hours-long main street disruption

The spill was first reported just before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.

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Ice Cube to perform 2 nights at Mystic Lake Casino

The rapper hasn't performed in Minnesota since 2018.

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Nicollet Mall's new Ties Lounge & Rooftop closes 'indefinitely'

The establishment aimed to reconnect the downtown community.

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Chinese restaurant closing after 50 years in Columbia Heights

The beloved family-owned restaurant will close Dec. 24.

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Kris Laudien leaving KARE 11 after four years on 'Sunrise'

KARE 11 announced the appointment of Jason Hackett to the morning show this week.

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