Twin Cities pianist Lorie Line's home in foreclosure
The home belonging to Twin Cities pianist Lorie Line and her husband, Tim Line, is in foreclosure, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal reported. The publication obtained records on the pending sheriff's sale on the Orono home from Hennepin County. The Lines reportedly owe $2.05 million on the house.
Report: Best Buy to name new CFO
Best Buy will announce Monday that have hired a new Chief Financial Officer, the Star Tribune reports. A source told the paper that Sharon McCollam, a former CEO and CFO at cookware retailer Williams-Sonoma, will take the CFO position at the Richfield-based electronics retailer.
Crowd gathers for court hearing on fate of Duluth head shop
Supporters and detractors of The Last Place on Earth head shop in Duluth gathered in a Duluth courtroom Friday as a judge heard arguments on whether the business should be shut down.
Preview: Wolves vs. Indiana
The Timberwolves could be 4-1 after Friday night against the Pacers. Even with their two top players sidelined, Minnesota is off to a solid start this season. The Wolves' strong defense is what's driving the team's success, ranking among the league leaders giving up an average of 89 points per game.
Officials suspect arson in early morning blast at Twin Cities wine shop
Shakopee fire investigators are suspecting the fire and explosion that gutted a wine and spirits store in the city early Friday is arson, KARE 11 reported. No one was injured, but the blast blew out the front windows of the Wine Styles beverage store and caused some structural damage.
Minn. natives on East Coast continue to tough it out in Sandy's aftermath
Minnesota native checking in from her home on the East Coast says that she's among one of the 750,000 people still in the dark after the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy and a second storm to hit the area.
Cyndy Brucato returns to KSTP to host 'Greater MSP Business' show
Former KSTP-TV news anchor Cyndy Brucato is returning to her old station to host a new show that highlights Twin Cities-area businesses and business leaders. "Greater MSP Business" will be broadcast weekly on Sunday mornings on KSTP starting in December.