Minnetonka-based Digital River says a rare hardware failure knocked out service to some of its smaller customers around the world, but did not affect its biggest clients. The company, which runs online stores for retailers, says service has been restored nearly everywhere.
Walz, Flanagan call on Hennepin Co. sheriff to resign
"I would say that it is time for him to resign," the Lt. Gov. said.
Months after missing deadline, Enbridge says Line 3 aquifer breach is fixed
The company told Bring Me The News it "successfully stopped the flow of groundwater" at the site.
Baby, teenager among 4 found dead along MN, Canada border
Authorities believe all four froze to death.
Former roller rink, tennis courts will become new sports hub
The Wooddale Fun Zone has been closed since spring of 2020.
Popular hibachi food truck opens second Twin Cities restaurant
The much-anticipated Daruma opens for takeout Thursday evening.
What changes are coming to the Vikings' offensive line?
Once again, Minnesota has work to do to figure out its interior spots
One of Minnesota's key COVID-19 leaders is retiring
Kris Ehresmann has given more than 30 years of her life to public health in Minnesota.
Plan to develop Orono park on hold after Daytons object
The Dayton family donated the land to the city for the park in the 1970s.
Child from Twin Cities, school staff member die from COVID
Both deaths were reported by the Minnesota Department of Health Thursday.
3 clippers will deliver snow to Minnesota through Tuesday
Clippers move through Friday night, Saturday night and again Monday.
Video: Inebriated Sheriff Dave Hutchinson after high-speed crash
Hutchinson was unaware of his location and repeatedly said he wasn't driving.
Target in search of e-commerce ad agency
About 10 agencies are reportedly vying to make a deal with Target Corp. to handle the Minnesota-based company's e-commerce business. The move may help Target with some of the challenges on the e-commerce front, like during the holiday season when the company experienced several website crashes.
More than 350 homes without heat in Kimball after natural gas outage
Officials at CenterPoint Energy say they hope to have service restored to everyone Tuesday afternoon. The company is asking people to stay home so service workers can get access to reignite pilot lights.
Storm knocks out power to thousands, downs trees in Twin Cities metro
A day of record-breaking temperatures on Saturday was followed by a late season thunderstorm and damaging high winds overnight. The National Weather Service is still working to confirm whether it was straight-line winds or a rare late-season tornado that knocked out power to about 12,000 customers, the Star Tribune reports.
E. Coli bacteria detected in Foley water
Foley residents are being instructed to boil all water before using it after E. coli was detected in the city's water supply. The city says the contamination may be due to a failure to chlorinate properly, and officials await updated test results from the Department of Health.
State review raises questions about online learning
The report found full-time online students made less progress on standardized state math tests than students in traditional schools. It also found that one in four full-time online students dropped out of school.
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