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A Minnesota appeals court has revived a sexual harassment claim filed by a library administrator in Wabasha County District Court.
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Earlier this year, the Summit Brewing Co. beer bottles got a brand new look courtesy of Duffy & Partners and now the pair has teamed up again for the release of the first ever cans from the Summit Brewing Co.
Gov. Mark Dayton requested Wednesday that President Obama declare a major disaster in Minnesota from heavy rain and flooding last month that waterlogged the state from top to bottom.
Patrick Moen gives a drink to a customer at Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery on July 7, 2014.
Thousands of people spend their honeymoons or take regular just-the-two-of-us vacations there.
The utility is asking regulators to have ratepayers - not investors - pay for the upgrade, the Star Tribune reported .
MLA Mike Allen is shown in this 2013 police handout booking photo from Ramsey County Sheriff's Office in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Rosemary Van Vickle, of Crosby, Minn., was among those who spoke at a rally in St. Paul in support of unionizing home health care workers.
Cederstrom also will serve as the crew chief in his second career All-Star game.
A new commission set up to study Minnesota's privacy and data practices laws could look at rules for drones, license plate readers on police cruisers and abuse of government data, commission members said Tuesday.
Jesse Ventura is suing the widow of famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and wants to keep the case out of Texas courts.
American Indians in Minnesota have significantly higher rates of cancer than the general population, a troubling trend that experts in part link to economic and spiritual ties to tobacco.
It's an odd combination of hobbies: making popcorn and restoring classic cars. But the two loves shared by one couple are now on display every Saturday at the Anoka Classic Car Show.
Medtronic's world headquarters is currently in Fridley, but the company plans to pack up and move to a more tax-friendly country.
When a medical device company that was started in a garage in Minnesota buys a competitor that is run from Massachusetts so they can have an address in Ireland, you know something must be wrong with the U.S. corporate tax system.
This week officials will be out touring flood damage in 15 Minnesota Counties now that floodwaters have receded following severe storms and flooding over the last few weeks.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:11 am
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