How Interest Rate Hikes Could Affect Twin Cities Housing MarketHigher interest rates are making some perspective buyers shift their focus in a hot housing market. The Federal Reserve raised rates by half a percent Wednesday bringing it to a 10-year high.
How Interest Rate Hikes May Impact The 'Very Hectic' Twin Cities Housing Market“It’s just that it went up so dramatically so quickly, and I think that caught us all off guard,” said mortgage banker Rick Fitzgerald.
WCCO Reveals Testing Results Of Popular CBD And Delta 8 ProductsCBD products and stores have exploded across the state. Some carry other products that contain THC, like what's called Delta-8. The space was unregulated in the state until 2020. Now most of the products sold are legal.
North Dakota Company Halts Plans For Trans-State Natural Gas Pipeline, Citing Rising CostsDespite millions of dollars in promised subsidies, a unit of North Dakota’s only Fortune 500 company says it won’t pursue plans to build a natural gas pipeline from western North Dakota’s oil patch to the eastern part of the state.
New Delivery Service Brings Minnesota Farm Foods To Your Doorstep"I think people figured out that I have great food right here in Minnesota,” said Bruce Waugh. “Everything about the supply chain issues that we heard about are less of a problem when it's local.”
Craft Brewing Convention Returns, Bringing Thousands To Downtown MinneapolisDespite the optimism over this convention, there are lingering concerns about COVID-19. Several large conventions scheduled for this year have canceled or gone virtual because of concerns about new variants.
Dozens Of Amazon Workers Protest Outside Shakopee Warehouse, Demand Time Off For Muslim HolidayRoughly 100 workers at the Amazon warehouse in Shakopee walked off the job Friday night in protest of low wages and lack of time off for Eid, an upcoming Muslim holiday.
St. Paul Businesses Excited For 'Crazy Busy' Wild Playoff SeriesWhen the Wild drop the puck on game one of the playoffs, the Xcel Energy Center will be packed with fans. The bars and restaurants in downtown St. Paul will be full, too.
Taco John’s Accuses Minn. Restaurants, Taco Chon Mexican Grill, Of Trademark InfringementWyoming-based Taco John’s is suing a couple of Minnesota restaurants named Taco Chon for trademark infringement.
Inspired By Japanese Art Form, 3M Creates Sustainable Alternative To Bubble WrapA major Twin Cities corporation believes it's found a green, sustainable way to pack and ship delicate objects.
Minnesota Toddler Starts Her Own Homemade Lip Gloss BusinessA Minnesota girl is blazing a trail as an entrepreneur at just 3 years old.
Northern Minnesota Resorts Concerned About Lingering Ice Ahead Of Fishing OpenerThe Minnesota fishing opener is less than a month away, but many lakes in the Northland are still waiting for ice out, making it difficult to prepare for fishing and other activities.
Matt’s Bar Serves Up Its Signature Jucy Lucy On ‘The Talk’ CompetitionOne of the most popular burger joints in the Minneapolis food scene, Matt’s Bar, will be featured in “The Talk” Friday afternoon.
After Last Year's Drought, Minnesota Sod Farmers Hoping To Bounce Despite New Challenges
Bird Flu Drives Farms To Send Free-Range Hens IndoorsIs it OK for free-range chickens to not range freely? That’s a question free-range egg producers have been pondering lately as they try to protect chickens from a highly infectious bird flu that has killed roughly 28 million poultry across the country.