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Fall Travel Season Kicks Off With 'Cheap Flight Day'"Cheap Flight Day" is here, which means it is time to start planning that vacation.
Best Buy Profits Increase 21 Percent In Q2Best Buy's profit jumped 21 percent as the nation's largest consumer electronics retailer increased sales online and tried to create a better shopping experience in the stores while it also cut costs.
Wells Fargo Fined $3.5M For Illegal Student Loans PracticesWells Fargo has been fined more than $3.5 million for cheating student borrowers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said the bank engaged in illegal practices in servicing private student loans.
Petition To Save Historic Theater Delays Robbinsdale Hy-VeeHy-Vee says it's delaying plans for a grocery store in suburban Minneapolis after a push to save a historic theater on the site.
Prices Of Some Grocery Staples Are Lowest In YearsYou may have noticed that your grocery bill has been a little cheaper lately. A number of meat and dairy products are at, or near, two-year lows.
Goin' To The Lake: Ortonville (Day 2)Friday was the final day of WCCO's summer road trip around Minnesota and western Wisconsin for 2016.
Robbinsdale Hy-Vee Delayed Due To Terrace Mall RedevelopmentHy-Vee may not be expanding as fast as some Minnesotans were hoping. On Aug. 18, the city of Robbinsdale received word that the grocery store chain is delaying its decision to move forward with its role in the Terrace Mall redevelopment.
4 Things To Know: Donald Trump Visits Minn., Best Buy Turns 50 & MoreFrom Donald Trump visiting Minnesota to Best Buy turning 50 years old, here is a look at the top four stories from Aug. 19, 2016.
Exec: Minn. Company Considers DeWitt Plant In Neb.A Minnesota company is working with Nebraska officials on acquiring a vacant former Vise-Grip plant in southeast Nebraska.
Big Improvements For Cold-Hardy Wines Tasted At Int'l CompCold-hardy wine aficionados and experts gathered Thursday to judge wines from this rapidly-growing part of the industry.
Target Asks Kids How To Make Schools HealthierTarget is launching a new campaign to make the school year a little better.
Calif.-Based Internet Lender Owes Restitution To Minn. BorrowersA California-based internet lender has been barred from doing business in Minnesota unless it complies with state lending laws.

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