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Seven Restaurant's Owner Sued, Accused Of Using It As 'Personal Piggy Bank'The investors in a prominent downtown Minneapolis restaurant and nightclub have filed a lawsuit against the restaurant’s main owner, alleging that he falsified financial records, concealed information from partners and used the restaurant as “his personal piggy bank” while being drunk and high on the job.
Now Open: New Prince Exhibit At Mall Of AmericaFans of Prince have the chance to see rare artifacts and an iconic wardrobe worn by the legendary musician at a new exhibit at Mall Of America.
Good Question: What’s The Most Popular Halloween Candy?A new survey from the National Confectioners Association says 74 percent of people say they'll give out candy to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
Tim Hortons Headed To The Twin Cities Lovers of Tim Hortons’ coffee and donuts don’t have to wait much longer to enjoy the Canadian restaurant's treats in the Twin Cities.
Construction Completed On The Largest Solar Grid In The MidwestMinnesota is now home to the largest solar energy facility in the Midwest.
'A Hell Of A Ride': Surly's Head Of Brewing Resigns After 10+ YearsSurly Brewing Company announced on Wednesday the resignation of its Head of Brewing Operations, Todd Haug, who has been with the company for over 10 years.
Scientists Discover Method To Turn CO2 Into Ethanol, Reports SayA new report claims that scientists evidently discovered a method of using atmospheric carbon dioxide to create ethanol.
Millennials Spend Nearly Half Food Budget On Eating OutThe Food Institute analyzed U.S. Department of Agriculture data and found that millennials spend about 44 percent of their food dollars on eating out.
MAC Approves New Regulations For Uber, Lyft At MSP AirportOn Monday, the Metropolitan Airports Commission overwhelmingly approved the new ordinance governing ride sharing.
Target Removes Clown Masks From Stores After Recent ScaresTarget officials said Sunday they have removed some clown masks from stores and online due to the recent rise of "crazy clown" scares.
Doctor: Delta Attendant Refused My Help For Discriminatory ReasonsDelta Air Lines says it is investigating after a young, black, female doctor complained that a flight attendant refused to let her help during an in-flight medical emergency.
Despite Lower Airfare & Rising Expenses, Delta Posts 3Q Profit Of $1.26BLower airfares and rising salaries are putting a squeeze on Delta Air Lines. Luckily for the airline, the price of jet fuel remains cheap and the Atlanta-based carrier was able to report Thursday a third-quarter profit of $1.26 billion, down 4 percent from the same period last year.

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