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Electric Fetus Sees Sales Drop Due To ConstructionA Minneapolis music landmark says construction is really shaking things up for customers.
In Pet-Friendly Move, General Mills Buys Blue Buffalo For $8 BillionThe maker of Cheerios also wants to fill dog bowls.
What Are 'Assault Weapons'?In the wake of last week's school shooting in Florida, some students and parents want a ban on assault weapons.
Sun Country Airlines Shedding 350 Jobs At MSPSun Country Airlines announced Tuesday that it is shedding 350 employees at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
South Minneapolis Diner Creates Girl Scout Cookie CompetitionThe Hi-Lo Diner in south Minneapolis is known for making creative sweets out of Girl Scout cookies
Delta Paying Out $1 Billion In Profit Sharing For 4th Straight YearDelta Air Lines is paying out more than $1 billion in profit sharing to its employees for the fourth straight year.
How Do You Make Flowers Last Longer?Flowers are expensive, and you want them to stick around for a while -- but how do you make them last longer?
Local Businesses Banking On Wolves Big SeasonSuccess on the court for the Minnesota Timberwolves has been breeding success all around it.
Uptown Minneapolis Cat Café To Open FridayIt marks the first cat café in Minnesota, and only one of a few in the Midwest.
Target To Rollout Same-Day Delivery In The Twin Cities Metro Next month, Target will offer same-day delivery for an assortment of items – from toys and electronics to groceries and essentials – to customers in the Twin Cites metro.
St. Paul's Wild Onion To Close, Become 2nd Red RabbitThe Wild Onion, a restaurant that’s been a staple of St. Paul’s Grand Avenue for two decades, will be closing next month.
Nicollet Mall Businesses Hope Super Bowl Was Just The KickoffThere are big plans for Nicollet Mall to capitalize on the momentum from the Super Bowl, and a spring without construction.

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