With existing homes in short supply, suburban-bound buyers continue to turn to new construction.
Andrew Witty's return after more than seven months working with the World Health Organization on development of coronavirus vaccines comes as UnitedHealth Group weighs impact of virus.
The group held an event Wednesday morning in front of the governor's residence in St. Paul.
The hip-hop outlet Go 95.3 FM and rock station Go 96.3 will change formats early next year.
Mendota Heights-based company saw boost because of efforts to prevent COVID-19, but not all the growth was attributed to that.
Governor and state executive council will review plan Wednesday.
U.S. hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are trying to lure nurses and doctors out of retirement, recruiting students and new graduates who have yet to earn their licenses and offering eye-popping salaries in a desperate bid to ease staffing shortages.
State regulators will rule Friday on a different pipeline request.
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What was already a very divided country remains one. And one of the biggest dividing lines is economic.
Meda is looking at requests of up to $20 million that cannot be filled, its CEO said.
A $1.3 billion shortfall is forecast for the next budget cycle.
Town wants tourists but not too many at once.
Klobuchar and Phillips working toward a bipartisan package.
A 15-year-old lawsuit alleges Cargill and Nestlé abetted child slave labor on cocoa farms in W. Africa.
Buyer intends to gussy up the 9-foot-tall letter as a Christmas ornament and put it on his front lawn in Lake Elmo.
However, they again rejected use of medical marijuana for those with anxiety.
St. Catherine University expert said requirement could be "game changer."
Some residents say they remain wary of future operations near homes.
First doses could come in December, but they will likely go to health care workers and high-risk groups. "It won't be a situation where you line up outside a grocery store," Minnesota infectious disease director Kris Ehresmann said.
Amid pandemic, apartments in Minneapolis, Edina target low-income tenants.