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8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions

(763) 546-1111


Eagan High School to host virtual ‘Les Miserables’ performance
11/25/2020 11:08pm

The show must go on, and the students at Eagan High School have worked to offer people a concert-style performance of Les Miserables that will be all online.

Despite drop in passengers, thousands still travel for holiday against recommendation
11/25/2020 10:18pm

Passenger screenings have dropped significantly compared to previous years, but many are still traveling.

Facebook's political ad ban impacts Twin Cities businesses that give back
11/25/2020 7:59pm

From supporting homeless youth to helping refugees, Minneapolis businesses that do good find themselves caught in the middle of Facebooks political ad ban.

Minnesota certifies Biden win, state voter turnout near 80%
11/25/2020 6:17pm

Joe Biden defeated Trump in Minnesota by just over 233,000 votes, or about 7 percentage points, the board certified in a 5-0 vote with no debate.

11 drive-thru holiday light displays to check out in Minnesota in 2020
11/25/2020 6:06pm

With many Christmas season events changing due to the pandemic this year, several places are offering safe and festive drive-thru options.


3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions

(651) 646-5555



900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

(612) 455-6950


Six months after George Floyd’s death, Minneapolis divided on future of policing
11/25/2020 1:18pm

Plus: MPD announces new policy regarding no-knock warrants Best Buy closes all of its Mexico stores teens behind a majority of metro carjackings two new temporary homeless shelters open in St. Paul and more.

The daily coronavirus update: 72 more deaths, tying previous one-day record
11/25/2020 11:28am

The number of Minnesotans in the hospital with COVID-19 and those hospitalized in intensive care also continue to rise.

This Thanksgiving, go for the stuffing — and skip the COVID-shaming
11/25/2020 10:56am

We all have choices to make about how we live our lives, and how healthy we are. But lets agree that no one deserves to get COVID.

Why one Minnesota district decided to keep elementary students in school, even as COVID-19 cases climb across the state
11/25/2020 10:15am

Many school district leaders across Minnesota have decided to shift all students to distance learning. But St. Michael-Albertville has not for its elementary students. Heres why.

The Beautywell Project aims to expose the serious health risks of skin-lightening 
11/25/2020 9:57am

Some skin-lightening products marketed to women of color had mercury levels of 150,000 parts per million.

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal
Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

333 S 7th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions

(612) 288-2100


Mall of America expands virtual shopping and programming ahead of holiday surge
11/25/2020 3:32pm

The Mall of Americas appeal is its unique blend of retail, dining, entertainment, hospitality and travel. But when Gov. Tim Walz this week restricted all indoor dining and entertainment in Minnesota, the Bloomington megamall faced additional hurdles to providing that experience ahead of the busiest shopping season of the year. Mall of America has always been about the experience, and during the holidays people come for a variety of different reasons, said Jill Renslow, executive vice president

Roers pitches 250 apartments as part of larger Maple Grove development
11/25/2020 2:43pm

A 100-acre master development near Maple Grove Hospital would include 250 market rate apartments under a proposal by Roers Cos.

YogaFit Studios signs on as Daymark Uptown anchor tenant
11/25/2020 1:44pm

The mixed-use redevelopment opened this year on the Sons of Norway headquarters site.

Revival expanding to St. Louis Park's Texa-Tonka shopping center
11/25/2020 1:17pm

Revival, a fried-chicken favorite in Minneapolis and St. Paul, is expanding its footprint to include St. Louis Park. The StarTribune reports that the restaurant chains co-owners, Thomas BoemerandNick Rancone, are opening the new Revivial location in the newly renovated Texa-Tonka shopping center.The 100-seat restaurant is expected to open in April with the same Southern-style menu that put the restaurant on the map when it opened in Minneapolis in 2015. The first location on Nicollet Avenue

Delta pilots ratify agreement to avoid furloughs
11/25/2020 12:30pm

The Delta Master Executive Council voted to ratify a cost-cutting agreement that will avoid involuntary furloughs.

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


Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman offers to cut Myon Burrell's prison term by 15 years
11/25/2020 8:22pm

The offer would not affect a life term with the possibility of parole.

Minneapolis police restrict use of 'no-knock' search and arrest warrants
11/25/2020 8:29pm

Mayor Jacob Frey and Chief Medaria Arradondo announced the policy change six months after George Floyds death.

A Minnesota teacher's online request for children's books yields a tale of generosity
11/25/2020 9:50pm

Teenage sisters in Woodbury are sharing the gift of books with hundreds of students.

Minnesota National Guard member receives USO's 3 millionth care package
11/25/2020 8:28pm

Recipient is among 900 service members deployed in Horn of Africa.

Wayne Erickson, longtime North St. Paul basketball and softball coach, dies at 80
11/25/2020 9:23pm

He is a member of the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association and the Minnesota Softball Coaches Association halls of fame.

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Twin Cities Pioneer Press

10 River Park Plaza
Saint Paul, MN 55107   Directions

(651) 222-1111


John Kass: Governors’ holiday menus include coronavirus stress test for the Constitution
11/26/2020 12:17am

During the pandemic, what are some of Americas governors serving up for the Thanksgiving through Christmas season A stress test for the Constitution and a crackdown on individual liberty. Thats how U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito aptly characterized the situation in a recent, stirring keynote virtual address at the conservative Federalist Societys National Lawyers

Eli Lake: Progressives may not like Biden’s foreign policy
11/26/2020 12:05am

Shortly after President-elect Joe Biden clinched his partys nomination in May, a group of 50 progressive organizations sent his campaign a letter urging him to commit to a broad agenda of foreign policy reform. They wanted him to agree to such policies as reentering the Iran nuclear deal and cutting at least $200 billion from

Dear Abby: Letters from elderly dad are only thinly veiled criticisms
11/26/2020 12:04am

DEAR ABBY: I could use some advice on the best response to my 89-year-old fathers letters. He cleverly inserts insults into them without writing anything for which he could be criticized. For example, he has always talked about how he hates fat people. I am very overweight. My father sends me letters talking about how

Trump pardons Flynn despite guilty plea in Russia probe
11/25/2020 9:51pm

WASHINGTON AP President Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday, ending a yearslong prosecution in the Russia investigation that saw Flynn twice plead guilty to lying to the FBI and then reverse himself before the Justice Department stepped in to dismiss his case.

Gophers men’s basketball cruises in 99-69 season-opening win over Green Bay
11/25/2020 8:05pm

Minnesota showed what could be a deeper team in 2020-21 with a 99-69 rout over Wisconsin-Green Bay on Wednesday at Williams Arena.

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