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KARE 11

KARE 11

8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions

(763) 546-1111


WEATHER: Cold weekend, more snow next week
01/19/2019 11:41am

The mild and rather quiet January is changing its tune starting right now.

How to get rid of clutter
01/19/2019 11:09am

Its not just a matter of appearance. Neat Little Nest clients say they feel liberated and energized after working with Michele.

Award-winning Chef Jamie Malone takes over Eastside in Minneapolis
01/19/2019 11:07am

Chef Malone took over Grand Cafe in 2017. Eastside is the next step.

How to assemble the perfect cheese board
01/19/2019 10:59am

A certified cheese professional reveals his only rule for a cheese board that would impress any guest.

Migrants in desperate need of medical care, group from U says after mission
01/18/2019 10:29pm

Central American migrants in Tijuana are in desperate need of continued medical care, according to a mission group from the University of Minnesota.

KSTP

KSTP

3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions

(651) 646-5555


MinnPost

MinnPost

900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

(612) 455-6950


A tale of two states and two models for public education
01/18/2019 2:18pm

In Minnesota we have a governor who was a teacher.In Los Angeles, teachers are striking in a district whose superintendent has never been a teacher, has no training of any kind in education, and is single-minded in his commitment to privatizing public schools.

Moore or less: Why this offseason is so critical for the Lynx
01/18/2019 2:14pm

Too often last year, the Lynx were a two-woman team, with center Sylvia Fowles and forward Maya Moore the only consistent scorers. And now Moore apparently isnt certain she wants to play this season.

Snow expected for southern and central Minnesota, followed by frigid temps
01/18/2019 12:02pm

Plus: polygamous religious group relocating to Minnesota hemp production on hold in Minnesota due to shutdown Minneapolis clears homeless encampment near Lake of the Isles and more.

‘Problem Solvers’ and problem pointer-outers: Minnesota’s Democrats embrace different approaches to trying to end the shutdown
01/18/2019 10:22am

Its not exactly common to see brand-new House members meeting directly with the president to negotiate over a crisis, or storming into the Majority Leaders office to remind him he works for the American people, not the president.

For Minnesota officials, plenty of angst — but few options — when it comes to helping those affected by the shutdown
01/18/2019 10:21am

Beyond paying for social programs with state dollars for now, the governor and his administration is relegated to keeping an eye on things and to being the sympathizer in chief.

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

333 S 7th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions

(612) 288-2100


Coworking company with $100M war chest opening space in downtown Minneapolis
01/18/2019 2:43pm

Earlier this week, CommonGrounds announced it had secured $100 million in Series A funding to support the companys growth goal of opening 50 locations in the next two years.

UnitedHealthcare, Techstars to launch startup accelerator later this year
01/18/2019 2:29pm

UnitedHealthcare is teaming with Techstars to launch a health care startup accelerator that will select 10 startups to participate in a three-month program later this year. Operated by Boulder, Colo.-based Techstars, the UnitedHealth accelerator seeks to drive new health care innovations that support payer and care provider efforts to help people live healthier lives and make the health system work better for everyone. It will also focus on digital health and wellness solutions to improve the

Wirth Co-op in North Minneapolis closes for good
01/18/2019 2:21pm

The Wirth Cooperative Grocery in North Minneapolis has permanently closed, North News reports. The co-op opened its doors in August 2017. It was only in operation for eight months. In April 2018, Wirth Co-op announced it would close temporarily while it reconfigured its store operations. It never reopened, and Devean George, the co-ops landlord, decided to break the lease in November 2018. Pat Paulson, a co-op board member, told North News that the store simply didnt make enough money. To be

Uromedica seeking $4 million to fund U.S. trials of device for women
01/18/2019 12:35pm

Uromedica Inc. already markets an incontinence-treating device for men in the United States, but the market for women is potentially much bigger.

Caribou Coffee names John Butcher new CEO
01/18/2019 11:58am

Caribou Coffee Co. has appointed John Butcher as its president and CEO. Butcher has served as Caribous president since June 2017, and takes over for former CEO Sarah Spiegel, who is leaving the company for personal reasons, a Caribou spokesperson said. Before joining Caribou, Butcher spent 20 years at Minneapolis-based Target Corp., holding several merchandising leadership roles. Spiegel had been CEO since mid-2017.Since John joined our company, weve witnessed an increased focus on Caribous

The Minnesota Daily

The Minnesota Daily

2221 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

(612) 627-4080


The Star Tribune

The Star Tribune

650 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55488   Directions

(612) 673-4000


Bird advocates get U.S. Bank Stadium to retract blackout drapes between Final Four and Garth Brooks
01/18/2019 10:18pm

Preservationists say the black curtains behind the western glass doors will be more deadly to migrating birds.

In pursuit of better health care for less money, Minnesota hospitals show uneven results
01/18/2019 10:35pm

Uneven performance by Minnesota hospitals and clinics in a national experiment on accountability in health care shows that the state has a long way to go.

Sparks fly on Spring Lake Park City Council
01/18/2019 10:17pm

Mayor and member who ran against her spar over annual appointments.

Federal shutdown cancels nearly 1,000 immigration hearings in Minnesota
01/18/2019 10:17pm

Its unclear when the canceled cases will be rescheduled.

Twin Cities Pioneer Press

Twin Cities Pioneer Press

10 River Park Plaza
Saint Paul, MN 55107   Directions

(651) 222-1111


Minnesota will soon be one of only two states with 3.2 percent alcohol beer law
01/19/2019 11:44am

OKLAHOMA CITY Beer snobs are raising their mugs to a stronger brew in three states that once forbade grocers from selling anything but low-alcohol brands, and the changes could indirectly chill the industry in two others where such regulations remain. Until October, Oklahoma grocery and convenience stores could stock beer with only up to

Judge: Wisconsin GOP can’t block liberal group’s Twitter comments
01/19/2019 11:08am

MADISON, Wis. Top Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature violated the First Amendment when they blocked a liberal advocacy group from seeing their Twitter feeds, a federal judge ruled Friday. U.S. District Judge William Conleys decision marks liberal group One Wisconsin Nows second legal victory in as many days over Assembly Speaker Robin Vos. Another

Home but not alone: Minnesota’s aging find help to live where they want to
01/19/2019 9:00am

Maureen Taylor is joining a mass movement just by sitting in her rocking chair. A generation ago, a 67-year-old emphysema patient like her would have been forced to move into an institution charging thousands of dollars a month. But Thursday, she relaxed in her Burnsville apartment her oxygen machine whirring, a cuckoo clock

2019 Pioneer Press Treasure Hunt Clue 1
01/19/2019 8:00am

For the sake of a wall were in a grand stall So make use of your new found leisure In the midst of the shutdown, since work hours are cut down, Find a park to search for treasure. Hunt clues will be released at about 11:45 p.m. at TwinCities.com/treasurehunt each day of the hunt. A

Developer eyes West St. Paul’s former golf course, but soil could be an issue
01/19/2019 6:13am

West St. Paul officials have known for some time that beneath the old Thompson Oaks Golf Course lies a mess. Parts of the course, especially the swampy areas, were a county dumping ground for construction debris. But how much trash and where it is buried are the big unknowns for Oppidan Investment Company, an Excelsior-based

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