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Businesses, Workers Voice Concerns Over Working Families AgendaA controversial proposal in Minneapolis that would change the way workers are scheduled is getting some opposition.
UCare Lays Off A Third Of Its EmployeesOne of Minnesota's largest health care insurers, UCare, is laying off nearly a third of its employees. In July, Minnesota dropped UCare from its Medicaid and Minnesota Care programs after a competitive bidding process.
Residents, Businesses Protest Parking Meters On Grand AvenueBusiness owners and residents along St. Paul's popular Grand Avenue say they want city leaders to leave the area alone. Several weeks ago, Mayor Chris Coleman proposed a plan within his budget that would install parking meters along the busy shopping strip.
Bringing Art Deco Back: The Commodore To Reopen After 30 YearsA classic St. Paul bar will soon open its doors again, bringing visitors back to the time of F. Scott Fitzgerald and the roaring ‘20s.
Mills Fleet Farm On The Auction BlockOne of Minnesota's best-known hardware, farm supply and sporting goods stores is up for sale. Brainerd-based Mill's Fleet Farm has announced the company’s sale plan is the only path to its future growth.
Target, FedEx Looking To Hire Thousands Of Seasonal WorkersFor the first time, Target is setting aside two days to interview potential employees. Managers are looking for people to fill cashier, sales floors and stocking positions for the holidays. Target plans to hire 70,000 seasonal workers nationwide.
Amazon Rolls Out Prime Now One-Hour Delivery In The Twin CitiesInternet retailer announced Thursday that it’s expanding its Prime Now one-hour delivery service to the Twin Cities.
400,000 Minnesota Teamsters And Retirees Facing Big Pension CutsThousands of teamster truck drivers and retirees are getting some terrible news in the mail. They've been told to brace for huge cuts in their monthly pension benefits.
Totino’s Reaches Out To Flood Victim In Viral VideoAmid the catastrophic news of devastating rains and deadly flooding in South Carolina, one light-hearted moment has gone viral.
Workers Hold Wage Rally At Minneapolis City HallWorkers rallied outside of Minneapolis City Hall Wednesday in support of a proposal which critics and supporters agree would create the most sweeping workplace regulations in the nation. People carried petitions of support into city hall to give to Council Members Cam Gordon and Lisa Bender, who are backing the measure.
SPAM Now Coming In Bite-Sized SnacksOfficials announced Wednesday that the famous Minnesota product that we normally get in a can is now available in a bite-sized, snack form.
Report: Amazon Sends Plans To Mpls. Concerning Food Delivery ServiceAnother big name is planning on jumping into the Twin Cities grocery market. The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports Amazon has sent plans to Minneapolis city officials outlining their plans to start a food delivery service.