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Starbucks Introduces New Valentine's Day DrinksHere's something sweet to look forward to this Valentine's Day - new Frappuccinos at Starbucks. A Starbucks barista from Arizona has created three new flavors for the holiday.
Minneapolis, Seattle Mayors Wager On Sunday's Playoff ShowdownThe mayors of Minneapolis and Seattle are throwing down on the big Sunday playoff game between the Vikings and the Seahawks. Mayor Betsy Hodges' office says if the Vikes are victorious, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray will send her fresh salmon from the world-famous Pike Place Fish Market, Starbucks Coffee and Kings Donuts.
Man Acquitted Of Killing Austin Man During Philadelphia iPod TheftA man already serving a life sentence has been acquitted of murder in the shooting death of an aspiring teacher during an iPod robbery in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the jury found Marcellus Jones not guilty of all charges Wednesday, including murder and conspiracy to commit robbery, in the death of 23-year-old Beau Zabel.
General Mills Planning To Buy All-Cage Free Eggs By 2025 General Mills has set a deadline for its conversion to all cage-free eggs by 2025.
Lunds & Byerlys Hosts Be A Santa To A Senior ProgramLunds & Byerlys in St. Louis Park is hosting the "Be A Santa To A Senior" program. Started in 2006, the goal is to give a gift to a senior who may not otherwise receive one.
Starbucks Asks City Of Minneapolis For Earlier Opening TimesMega coffee chain, Starbucks, is pushing to get that first cup of coffee in your hand a little earlier.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes Return To Starbucks MenusHere's a sure sign fall is so close you can almost taste it: Starbucks will officially put pumpkin back on its menu Tuesday.
4 Things To Know: Hwy 169 Closure, Subway's Jared Fogle's Plea & MoreFrom a lengthy closure of Highway 169 in Edina to a former Subway spokesman expected to plead guilty to child porn charges, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Starbucks CEO: Minimum Wage Hike Will Come With Hidden ConsequencesStarbucks is reporting higher profits, despite having to pay some of its employees more. Starbucks says its store operating expenses are 18 percent higher than they were a year ago. The company says the main reason is because cities are raising the minimum wage.
4 Things To Know: I-394 Construction, Greece Debt, Starbucks & MoreHere are the four stories that you should know about for Monday, July 13, 2015.
Starbucks: Prices For Some Drinks To Go Up By 5 To 20 CentsStarbucks is raising prices again starting Tuesday, with the increases ranging from 5 to 20 cents for most affected drinks, the company said.
4 Things To Know: AP Reinstated, New Star Wars Trailer & MoreFrom a big reinstatement in the NFL to an exciting new trailer for Star Wars, here are the four stories to know for Friday, April 17.

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