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First Minnesota-Harvested Sweet Corn Expected To Sell FastNothing says summer in Minnesota quite like fresh picked, locally grown sweet corn. And roadside stands are popping up all across the state to sell the traditional dinner treat.
Parents Angry After Savage Gun Shop Opens Next To SchoolParents of some children at a Savage elementary school are worried about safety after a gun shop opened close to the school. The Modern Sportsman opened in a strip mall along Egan Drive in May.
Many Retailers Still Without Chip Credit Card ReadersBy now, most credit card holders probably have at least one of the new chip credit cards. But, not all stores are using the new technology.
Tap Talk: Freehouse, A Brewpub In Mpls' North LoopWhat started as two servers dreaming up a breakfast restaurant concept has now blossomed into a successful restaurant company: Blue Plate Restaurant Company.
Starbucks Loosening Restrictions On Dress Code Your favorite Starbucks barista may look a little different today. The coffee giant is loosening up restrictions to its dress code.
Goin' To The Lake: Cannon Falls (Day 1)We're in our fourth week of Goin' to the Lake, and this time we head south of the metro to Cannon Falls along the Cannon River.
Goin' To The Lake: Frank, Amelia Check Out Cannon River WineryRight in the heart of downtown Cannon Falls, you can find the Cannon River Winery.
General Mills Cuts 1,000 JobsGeneral Mills is cutting about 1,000 jobs throughout the world. The Golden Valley-based multinational company made the announcement Wednesday, saying the cuts are part of a plan to restructure their global supply chain.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best French Fries In MinnesotaSure, French fries are typically a side dish. But at Val's in St. Cloud, they are good enough to be the main attraction.
Twin Cities Housing Market Reaches New RecordThe median sales price reached an all-time high of $242,000, surpassing the record set 10 years ago in June 2006.
Coffee Shop Gives Discount If You Say 'Please'A coffee shop in Virginia found a unique way to encourage its customers to use the "magic words," like "please" and "thank you."
Nintendo Announces New, Tiny NES With 30 Classic GamesNintendo is not messing around this year when it comes to nostalgia.

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