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Finance and Commerce
Finance and Commerce

(612) 333-4244

222 S 9th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions


Sept. 17, 2021 Digital Edition 
09/16/2021 5:04pm

The Digital Edition of Finance & Commerce is available to both print and online subscribers.

New housing lags demand
09/16/2021 4:13pm

A new report from the Metropolitan Council offers more proof that housing production in the Twin Cities isnt keeping up with demand, even as permits for new homes soared in 2019 with only a slight drop-off in 2020.

Red Lake Nation College buys downtown Minneapolis building 
09/16/2021 4:10pm

Red Lake Nation College purchased a downtown Minneapolis office building, home to Tiger Oak Media, for $2.85 million in a transaction made public this month.

Just Sold: Duluth investor buys Hibbing apartments 
09/16/2021 4:08pm

Marshview Meadows Apartments, a 32-unit building completed in 2015 in Hibbing, drew multiple offers before it sold to a Duluth-area private investor for $3.6 million.

Surprise uptick in spending as delta spread
09/16/2021 4:03pm

Americans continued to spend at a brisk pace last month in the face of rising COVID-19 infections, though much of it was done online.


(763) 546-1111

8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions


Family of 4 Minnesotans found dead in WI cornfield find comfort in recent arrest
09/16/2021 10:09pm

The Dunn County Sheriffs Office says the still at-large suspect is 38-year-old Antoine Darnique Suggs. Authorities believe he could be armed and dangerous.

Minnesota Supreme Court reverses injunction, Minneapolis police reform ballot question will go forward
09/16/2021 10:08pm

County elections officials have already printed all 350,000 ballots with the language.

Volunteers of America High School moves online due to homeless encampment
09/16/2021 10:00pm

The school said it will return once students can be in a safe environment, one that is conducive to learning.

Officials search for 'armed and dangerous' suspect in connection to Dunn Co. quadruple homicide
09/16/2021 9:36pm

One person has been arrested, but another, Antoine Darnique Suggs, remains at large. Officials believe he could be in the Twin Cities area.

On the eve of historic medical treatment in MN, family's insurance pulls out
09/16/2021 9:30pm

Four-year-old Celia Grace Hamlett is poised to become the first patient to receive a special gene therapy in the United States, but its now in doubt.


(952) 946-5767

11358 Viking Dr
Eden Prairie, MN 55344   Directions



(651) 646-5555

3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions



(612) 455-6950

900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions


One arrested in connection with Dunn County quadruple murder, another suspect at large
09/16/2021 2:05pm

Plus: Supreme Court rules against changes to Minnesota pardon system Chauvin pleads not guilty in civil rights case related to arrest of 14-year-old Justice Department to consider racial discrimination policies when making grants to law enforcement agencies and more.

Congress is making its way back to Washington. Here’s what has to get done — and what members of Minnesota’s delegation would like to get done
09/16/2021 10:56am

Among other deadlines, funding for the federal government runs out at the end of the fiscal year on September 30.

Star Tribune
Star Tribune

(612) 673-4000

650 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55488   Directions


The Minnesota Daily
The Minnesota Daily

(612) 627-4080

2221 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions


Twin Cities Public Television
Twin Cities Public Television

(651) 222-1717

172 E 4th St
Saint Paul, MN 55101   Directions



(612) 339-4444

90 S 11th St
Minneapolis, MN 55403   Directions


Twin Cities Schools Report Bathrooms Being Plundered For ‘Devious Licks’ TikTok Challenge
09/16/2021 9:14pm

A nationwide TikTok trend involving students stealing items from their schools and posting swaggering videos online afterward has prompted at least two Twin Cities schools to crack down, boosting security and surveillance.

DNR Fines Enbridge Energy $3.32M For Violating Environmental Laws During Line 3 Construction
09/16/2021 8:45pm

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Enbridge Energy breached an aquifer during construction of their Line 3 pipeline, causing more than 24 million gallons of groundwater to flow out of it.

Minnesota Weather: Severe Weather Threat Fizzles, But More Heavy Rainfall Coming Overnight
09/16/2021 8:10pm

A line of storms is crawling east through central and northern Minnesota, bringing heavy rain, wind and hail.

Crash With Injuries Delays Traffic On I-94 In Minneapolis
09/16/2021 7:07pm

Traffic on Interstate 94 in Minneapolis is delayed Thursday evening as first responders tend to a crash.

‘They’re Human Beings Just Like Us’: Minnesota, Wisconsin To Welcome Hundreds Of Afghan Refugees
09/16/2021 6:33pm

The Biden administration says Minnesota will likely receive more than 300 people from the country after its government collapsed. Wisconsin will resettle about 400.

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