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DeRusha Eats: Zelo In Downtown MinneapolisStanding at the corner of 9th Street and Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, only a minor change to the awnings hint the major change inside. Zelo looks new.
US Steel Takes On Minnesota EPA Over Minntac PermitU.S. Steel has gone to court in a dispute with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over pollution limits for its Minntac iron mining operations.
Sunday Liquor Sales Passes House, Heads To SenateThe Minnesota House Monday took a major step toward legalizing Sunday liquor sales.
Twin Cities Homes Selling Quickly Due To Low InventoryTwin Cities realtors say homes are selling quickly because so few are on the market.
How Many Hours Should We Be Working Per Week?Researchers in Australia say the ideal number of hours to put in is 39.
50+ Twin Cities Restaurants Closing For 'Day Without Immigrants'Across the country, restaurants and businesses closed their doors Thursday, including more than 50 in the Twin Cities.
More States Moving To Allow 'Dental Therapists' To PracticeNeed a tooth pulled or a cavity filled? Forget the dentist. A number of states are allowing or considering letting "dental therapists," professionals with a lower level of training, do the job.
EPA: Landowners Must Pay $60M For Burnsville Landfill CleanupThe federal government has sent out 180 letters to businesses, cities and even school districts, saying they will have to pay the estimated $60-million cost of cleaning up a toxic landfill in Burnsville.
Trump Meets With CEOs, Including Target's, Best Buy'sHe said tax rates would be lowered and simplified in a "massive" plan that "will be submitted in the not too distant future."
Good Question: How Much Data Do We Use?The big four cellphone companies will no longer charge users if they use too much data. Instead, they’ll just slow them down.
Red Wing In Nationwide Campaign To Win $500K For Small BusinessesThe next 48 hours will determine if the city of Red Wing can land $500,000 to help its small businesses.
Last-Minute Valentine's Shoppers Keep Local Businesses BusyNearly 50 percent of people plan to buy candy for a special someone in their life this Valentine's Day.

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