The owner of Knitcraft, which manufactures the sweaters for St. Croix Shop, says he was 'misquoted' when he said he sold Jobs about 12 sweaters per year. Owner Bernhard Brenner says he really said Jobs 'could have' bought a dozen per year.
ATF offering $5,000 reward for info on fire at condemned apartment building
The building sustained $1.8 million-worth of damage.
BCA IDs officer in fatal St. Paul shooting, says there was 'exchange of fire'
The sergeant has been an officer for 10 years.
Charges: Teen speeding before crash that killed mother, injured her son
The teenager was driving at speeds between 72-89 mph at the time of the crash.
Northland Vapor calls St. Paul regulators 'overzealous' in lawsuit over THC sales
The small Minnesota business said the lawsuit was "misleading" and "shameful."
Excelsior chocolate shop ransacked by thieves to reopen
Truffle Hill will reopen to the public on Friday.
Company agrees to changes after child workers found in MN meat plants
An investigation found children ages 13-17 working hazardous jobs at the plants.
Drinks can company to lay off almost 100 workers, close St. Paul plant
State authorities were informed of the impending closure.
Suspect in Minneapolis bar killing charged with weapons crime
The suspect has not been charged with murder in the case as of Wednesday.
A monster storm is coming next week: What will happen?
What we know with high confidence at this point is that there will be a monster storm in the central U.S. by the early and middle part of next week.
Boy safe after kidnapping by non-custodial parent in Mankato
The search prompted the temporary shutdown of I-35 Tuesday night.
Search for group who stole 13 guns, ammo, vehicles on Thanksgiving
The theft happened at a home near Belle Plaine.
11 face charges after being found 'exploring' Fridley sewer system
A 911 caller reported seeing a group removing a manhole cover Monday night.
Minnesota company behind Steve Jobs' iconic black turtleneck sees sales spike
Winona-based St. Croix Clothing Company says they've seen nearly a 100 percent increase in sales of their black mock turtlenecks since Jobs' death. Jobs was reportedly a fan of the Minnesota clothing line.
Holiday season will add more jobs, but retailers can't say how many
The Star Tribune reports retailers may play it conservative this year due to a slowing economy. Target, Best Buy and Select Comfort says they've started holiday hiring and will continue to do so through Thanksgiving.
MSP Mag: Fair weather brings Fair Isle sweaters
No longer just a regrettable Christmas gift from the grandmother, the Fair Isle sweater has made a leap “across the pond” and is invading the U.S. like The Beatles. Born on the Shetland Islands in Scotland, the patterned sweater was made iconic by Edward VIII, who, while he wasn’t abdicating thrones to marry divorcees, donned the sweater on his many golfing exhibitions around the world.
Santorum sweater vests have business booming at Bemidji Woolen Mills
Rick Santorum's presidential campaign ordered 1,000 sweater vests from the Bemidji company and is giving them to anyone who donates $100. The company's owner says he's happy for the business but it's a little overwhelming. And he's never moved so many vests, which are usually a "back of the store" item.
Shoplifter sends payment for sweater, 37 years later
Workers at a Straus Clothing store in Fargo were amazed when they opened an envelope with $100 in cash and a letter that simply said, "Thirty-seven years ago I took a sweater from the Grand Forks store. Sorry."
144 jobs to be lost as ADC closes Shakopee manufacturing plant
The owner of ADC Telecommunications has told employees that it will close its Shakopee manufacturing division, the Shakopee Valley News reports. Another 230 marketing, sales and management jobs will remain in the company's Telecom Networks division.
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