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(763) 546-1111

8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions


Vax Facts: What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines
03/02/2021 4:34pm

KARE 11s Vax Facts team answers some of the most common questions about the coronavirus vaccines.

Live updates: Minnesota health officials talk COVID-19 situation, Johnson & Johnson vaccine plans
03/02/2021 3:20pm

Here are the latest case numbers and trends in the battle against COVID-19 in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and the effort to vaccinate against the virus.

Plowy McPlowface will be metro's official snowplow
03/02/2021 3:18pm

According to a press release from MnDOT, more than 22,000 names were submitted since mid-December and then narrowed down to 50 for the final voting.

Here are the coronavirus cases confirmed in MN, WI
03/02/2021 2:16pm

Heres an up-to-date rundown of the coronavirus cases in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Record number of Minnesota gun permits issued in 2020
03/02/2021 1:23pm

The BCA says more than 96,000 permits were issued last year, the most since permits became legal in 2003 and nearly twice as many as were granted in 2019.


(651) 646-5555

3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions



(612) 455-6950

900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions


The daily coronavirus update: more than 900,000 Minnesotans have received at least one dose of vaccine
03/02/2021 3:41pm

The Minnesota Department of Health also reported 443 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.

Truthiness, Trump and the GOP
03/02/2021 1:21pm

Of truthiness, the words popularizer, comedian Stephen Colbert said, Were not talking about truth, were talking about something that seems like truth the truth we want to exist.

Former legislator Kate Knuth enters Minneapolis mayoral race
03/02/2021 1:00pm

Plus: Rep. Angie Craig on the Equality Act remembering the David Brom murders rumors of potential Pitino departure from U Target sales grew significantly amid pandemic and more.

‘MPLSART Sketchbook Project’ surveys our visual arts community, supports local artists
03/02/2021 10:04am

From July through December 2020, five sketchbooks traveled around the Twin Cities. Whenever one moved on, it carried with it something new: a sketch or two by an artist.

Minneapolis should keep Public Works in the spotlight
03/02/2021 9:12am

A look at the Robin Hutcheson era as she moves on to a job in the Biden administration.

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal
Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

(612) 288-2100

333 S 7th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions


Optum will buy Atrius Health, Massachusetts' biggest independent doctor group
03/02/2021 3:53pm

Optum, the for-profit health provider arm of UnitedHealth Group, has signed an agreement to acquire Atrius Health, the states largest independent doctor group, potentially altering the health care landscape for years to come.

Matt Meents shares details on his new startup, background screening service Yardstik
03/02/2021 3:09pm

Minnetonka-based Yardstik provides a background screening and training platform designed for other software companies.

Deluxe's Small Business Revolution TV series will film season in Twin Cities
03/02/2021 2:38pm

Retired NBA All-Star Baron Davis will co-host this season.

Face Foundrié is adding locations in the Twin Cities and beyond
03/02/2021 2:38pm

Face Foundri, the growing chain of facial bars, is set to expand its Twin Cities presence and add its first out-of-state locations later this year.Founder and CEO Michele Henry said it took about 45 days to sell out the available franchise opportunities in Wayzata, Eden Prairie, Woodbury, St. Paul and the south metro. When those stores come online later this year, it will bring Minneapolis-based Face Foundri to a total of eight Twin Cities locations.Were bringing on a lot of really

Immigrant entrepreneur-led United People Apparel opens at Mall of America
03/02/2021 2:15pm

Tani and Emmanuel Boateng, two immigrant entrepreneurs, are bringing an apparel brand that celebrates the strength of a unified America to the countrys largest mall.United People Apparel will open its first store selling hoodies, t-shirts, masks and other items at Mall of America third floor suite W368, March 19. The brand makes casual and athletic wear. Development of the space began Monday.Political tensions gripping the nation prompted the Boatengs to launch United People Apparel as a clothing

The Minnesota Daily
The Minnesota Daily

(612) 627-4080

2221 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions


The Star Tribune
The Star Tribune

(612) 673-4000

650 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55488   Directions


New Waite Park amphitheater to finally open this summer — hopefully
03/02/2021 11:32am

The Ledge Amphitheater is the largest venue in the St. Cloud area.

1 killed, another hurt in head-on crash on snowy Scott County road
03/02/2021 2:45pm

The car&39s driver died after crossing into the path of an pickup truck, the sheriff said.

Freighter from 1903 catches fire in Duluth harbor
03/02/2021 10:09am

The decommissioned ship is in the process of being scrapped.

Biodiesel, not electric, buses may join Metro Transit fleet
03/02/2021 12:13pm

Met Council to consider $122 million deal next week.

1 driver dead, another injured in 2-vehicle crash south of New Ulm
03/02/2021 6:52am

Authorities have yet to provide details on the circumstances leading to the collision.

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Twin Cities Pioneer Press

(651) 222-1111

10 River Park Plaza
Saint Paul, MN 55107   Directions


Biden vows enough vaccine for all US adults by end of May
03/02/2021 4:34pm

WASHINGTON AP President Joe Biden said Tuesday that the U.S. expects to take delivery of enough coronavirus vaccines for all adults by the end of May, two months earlier than anticipated, as his administration announced that drugmaker Merck & Co. will help produce rival Johnson & Johnsons newly approved shot.

Compromise emerging on Minnesota tax relief package
03/02/2021 4:33pm

Businesses that pulled down federal Paycheck Protection Program loans and Minnesotans who received additional weekly unemployment insurance benefits last year could see tax relief under a proposal getting pieced together in the Legislature. The Senate Tax Committee on Tuesday greenlit a change to a conformity bill that would let tax filers that drew additional $600

Biden urges Senate Dems to rally behind $1.9T virus bill
03/02/2021 4:27pm

WASHINGTON AP President Joe Biden urged Senate Democrats on Tuesday to rally behind a $1.9 trillion COVID-relief bill and stood by his proposed $1,400 payments to individuals, even as some party moderates sought to dial back parts of the package.

Floral hearts comfort grieving families of pandemic dead
03/02/2021 4:19pm

When artist Kristina Libby started the Floral Heart Project to give the survivors of COVID-19 victims places to mourn, she was thinking of people like Michelle Pepe.

Police: 13 killed when big rig hits SUV carrying 25 people
03/02/2021 4:03pm

HOLTVILLE, Calif. AP Thirteen people were killed Tuesday when an SUV carrying 25 people and a semitruck collided on a Southern California highway near the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities said.

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