3 Minnesota Companies Make Fortune's 100 Best Places To WorkIf you're looking for a new job in Minnesota, Fortune magazine has some recommendations for places to put in an application.
'It's Just Been A Struggle': Baby Formula Shortage Affecting Twin Cities ParentsParents are reporting seeing empty shelves for baby formula at Twin Cities stores. It’s a common problem across the country.
As Gas Prices Increase, More Drivers Are Ditching Four Wheels For ScootersAs gas prices continue to near $4 per gallon, Minnesotans are looking for alternatives and finding them on two wheels.
Businesses Near Target Field Welcome Return Of Twins BaseballFans aren't the only ones happy to see the Twins playing at home Friday. Local business owners say the baseball season is just what they need to help their bottom line.
Brewers Hope Change In MN Law Would Let Them Sell Their Own Six-PacksIt's National Beer Day, but that's not the reason some Minnesota craft breweries are excited about business. A bill at the Capitol could soon allow them to sell six-packs at their taprooms. Right now most can only sell individual growlers or crowlers, which are like oversized cans.
Flight Canceled? These Are Your Rights As A Traveler To KnowCompared to travelers in other parts of the world, passengers in the U.S. have very few rights, which makes it all the more important to know which ones you do have.
15 Minnesota Poultry Flocks Now Infected With Bird FluThe Minnesota Board of Animal Health says the bird flu is spreading to additional poultry flocks in the state. The latest outbreak of avian influenza has now affected 13 flocks in the state, up from seven last Friday.
New Report Highlights Why Minnesota Nurses Are Leaving The ProfessionOn Thursday, a group of nurses shared their stories at the Minnesota State Capitol, saying that the issues and challenges they've been dealing with predate the COVID-19pandemic.
MN Bird Flu Outbreak: Poultry Sales And Events Paused, Gov. Walz Waives Trucking RegulationsThe Minnesota Board of Animal Health on Thursday announced the 31-day pause of poultry sales and exhibitions effective Friday.
Supply Chain Woes Impacting Minnesota Farmers Ahead Of Spring Planting"It's just some of that just odd ball stuff where you'd think you'd have a lot of it, and that's the stuff that's a struggle to get,” Dave Saterbak said.
2 Minneapolis Businesses Settle Wage Theft CasesBlaze Pizza and HealthNorth each agreed to pay thousands of dollars in back pay.
USDA Emergency Teams To Assist In Minnesota’s Response To Bird Flu Discovered In Several FlocksGov. Tim Walz has announced that the USDA is sending an emergency response team to Minnesota to try and help contain the spread of avian bird flu.
North Minneapolis Bike Shop Works To Reopen Under New Owner With Big MissionA Twin Cities community is coming together to help reopen its neighborhood's only Black-owned bicycle shop.
Unemployment In Minnesota Falls To Lowest Level Since 1999Minnesota's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in more than 20 years as more people return to work.
COVID Survey: Hospitality Industry Loses 249 Revenue DaysA survey says shutdowns and restrictions contributed to the loss of up to 249 days worth of revenue for some businesses. The hospitality and tourism industries report 32,000 fewer workers overall in comparison with employment before the coronavirus hit.