Minnesota’s health insurance exchange is giving a reprieve to residents who started the enrollment process before Sunday’s open enrollment deadline but couldn’t complete the process.
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Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District race is also shaping up to be one of the tightest contests on Election Day next week. Incumbent Democrat Rep. Rick Nolan just got a major Hollywood celebrity endorsement.
Five Minnesotans are among the 400 richest people in America, according to the Forbes 400 list which was released Monday morning. The highest-ranking Minnesotan is former Cargill CEO Whitney MacMillian, who is number 133. The Minneapolis resident and great-grandson of William Cargill is worth $3.9 billion.
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After a 4-year-old Pope County boy died last February as a result of child abuse, the state is taking a closer look at the child protection system.
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For the first time, the fiancé of Kelly Phillips, the man gunned down in a gas station parking lot earlier this week, talked about his loss.
A newly released police report is shedding more light on what happened to a Minnesota woman killed by her ex-boyfriend. Mandy Matula disappeared last May after getting into a car with her ex-boyfriend.
The Star Tribune Media Holdings Co. announced Monday it has closed the sale of the company to Minnesota businessman Glen Taylor, who owns the Timberwolves and Lynx.
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The Minnesota Twins are honoring local broadcasting icon and “close personal friend” to all of us, Sid Hartman, on Sunday. The long-time Star Tribune and WCCO Radio reporter will be honored with a pre-game ceremony. The first 10,000 adults will get a coffee mug that features famous quotes from Sid.
Sid Hartman has graced this humble Earth for 94 years. He has been scribbling for the Star Tribune for 69 of those years and has held court on the airwaves of WCCO Radio for 59. This Sunday, the Minnesota Twins – who’ve been in this state a mere 53 years – will honor those astounding numbers, and the singular character who owns them, with “Sid Hartman Day” at Target Field.
The CEO of Target Corp. steps down. Dave Lee discussed it this morning….for those interviews and others, CLICK THE LINK ABOVE.
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Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor has signed a letter of intent to buy the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Now, one of Minnesota’s richest men has 60 days to put together the deal for Minnesota’s largest newspaper.
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Minnesota icon and sports journalist Sid Hartman turned 94 Saturday, and the celebration will continue this summer. The Minnesota Twins, along with the Star Tribune and WCCO Radio, will honor Hartman with a pregame ceremony on Sunday, May 18
Just announced – The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with WCCO Radio and Star Tribune, will honor Sid Hartman during a special pregame ceremony at Target Field on Sunday, May 18. Learn about special events and ticket packages and celebrate Sid Hartman Day at Target Field!
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A Star Tribune Minnesota Poll out Tuesday found that a slight majority – 51 percent — of Minnesotans favor legalizing medical marijuana. Already, 20 other states allow it, but patients must buy it through shops and dispensaries.