Federal Judge Won't Block COVID Vaccine Mandate For Minnesota WorkersNearly 200 Minnesota health care workers filed a lawsuit in September challenging the requirement from President Joe Biden’s administration that all workers in most health settings get vaccinated or lose their jobs. The workers argued the lack of alternatives infringes on their rights.
Mall Of America Offers BIPOC Store Owners Rent-Free Space For 3 MonthsA program is giving small, local companies a chance at something big.
New Amazon Distribution Center Coming To Woodbury Next SummerThe building will be Amazon’s third large-scale facility in the metropolitan area behind an 855,000-square-foot facility in Shakopee and a 750,000-square-foot facility opening this fall in Lakeville.
The Departments At Dayton's Opens Next Month With 30 VendorsThe long-awaited Dayton's Project plans to open next month.
Twin Cities Memorabilia Store Offering $10K Reward For Info On Stolen CardsA Hopkins memorabilia store is looking for help after $160,000 worth of merchandise was stolen this week.
$1,000 Bonus For Hired Workers? Twin Cities Businesses Offering New Incentives To Attract EmployeesThe job market was red-hot this summer, but it’s cooling off significantly. Across the nation, there are around 11 million openings, including more than 1 million adding in July alone.
Smaller Products, Rising Prices: Shrinkflation Hitting Grocery Store ShelvesProducts like oatmeal packets went from 10 to eight for some varieties, tuna cans from seven to five ounces, and some family size cereals slimming down from 19.3 ounces to 18.8 ounces, all evidence of what's known as shrinkflation.
Target To Pay Store Workers $2 More An Hour During Busy Holiday Shopping WeekendsTarget workers will receive extra pay during the busiest weekends of the holiday season.
After 18 Months, Theater In Minneapolis Makes A Comeback, And Downtown Restaurants RejoiceFor the first time in 18 months, the curtains will lift again at two well-known Minneapolis theaters.
For First Time Since Since Pandemic Began, It's Curtains Up For Minneapolis TheatersThe Guthrie and Orpheum are set to welcome back audiences for the first time in 18 months.
Looking For A Seasonal Job? You're In Luck, With Incentives AplentySome of Minnesota's biggest companies are looking for part-time seasonal help, and some of the incentives are tempting.
Minnesota Health Care Workers File Lawsuit Over Vaccine MandatesNearly 200 health care workers are suing their employers and the federal government over imminent vaccine mandates that they claim violate their rights.
Enbridge Says Line 3 Replacement Is Complete, Will Open FridayThe project was completed despite stiff opposition from tribes, environmentalists and others that the 337-mile pipeline violated treaty rights, would worsen climate change and would risk spills. Enbridge said it was necessary to replace and expand a deteriorating pipeline built in the 1960s.
Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?A spike in COVID cases is still preventing the ongoing economic recovery from reaching millions of Americans, though a fourth stimulus check could help.
After 18 Months And Millions In Lost Revenue, Guthrie Theater To Reopen Next Week The curtain will soon rise again at a renowned Minnesota theater. Performances have been waiting in the wings at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis for 18 months, and that's cost it around $28 million in lost revenue.