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Minnesota officials are announcing next year’s rates for health insurance purchased through the state exchange, and consumers aren’t the only ones eager to see them.
Both political parties and candidates are ready to jump on the rates for potentia…
Waiting for a bus in the winter can be cold and painful. Now a federal grant will help bring some warmth to new bus shelters in North Minneapolis.
Metro Transit received a $3 million grant to build and enhance shelters in under-served areas….
General Mills Inc. plans to eliminate 700 to 800 jobs as part of its cost-cutting plan to fight declining sales.
The Golden Valley-based food company revealed the layoffs late Tuesday in a filing with federal securities regulators. General Mills s…
The Minnesota State High School League is set Wednesday to review details of its transgender athlete policy.
The meeting comes after a proposed MSHSL policy that would allow transgender high school athletes to play in sports based on the…
The brand new, 22,000-square-foot Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center is opening Wednesday in downtown Minneapolis.
Mayo announced plans to build a state-of-the-art facility earlier this year.
According to Mayo, it will extend the Mayo Model of C…
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says zebra mussels have spread to another lake in the western Twin Cities area.
The Star Tribune reports the DNR said Tuesday that Lake Independence is infested. The announcement comes days after …
City of Edina, MN Edina Channel 16 “Beyond the Badge” is a monthly look at public safety topics from the police and fire departments of Edina. In this month’s “Beyond the Badge:” 00:00 Officers…
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Police are investigating the death of a baby in North Minneapolis.
According to Minneapolis police, officers and firefighters responded to the 2400 block of Emerson Avenue North around 8:51 a.m. Tuesday for a 4-month-old girl in need of medical at…
On Sunday morning at 3 a.m. a female University of Minnesota student was the victim of a robbery.
According to a University of Minnesota crime alert, it occurred off campus near the intersection of 12th Avenue SE and 6th Street SE.
The victim wa…
Two electrical contractors are accused of taking $250,000 that should have gone to their workers.
The Hennepin County Attorney has charged Robert Clifton and his partner Earl Standafer with theft by swindle.
The two are accused of failing t…
Commissioners representing five Twin Cities metro counties expressed their concerns about the Metropolitan Council’s policy plans at a meeting Monday night.
More than 25 county commissioners and administrators met with Met Council members at…
Getting a free flu shot may not be the most exciting way to celebrate a birthday, but for one hospital it’s part of an anniversary party in the west metro.
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota will celebrate the 20th anniversa…
A groundbreaking ceremony will take place Tuesday for a new housing complex in North Minneapolis.
The Commons at Penn is located at the corner of Penn Avenue and Golden Valley Road.
The 47-unit affordable housing complex is the work of the nonpr…
Big Island is a popular spot for summer boaters on Lake Minnetonka… and their garbage.
Melissa Waskiewicz is the Executive Director of the Lake Minnetonka Association. She says when the boats leave, they leave behind a mess.
“Often times as in…