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.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Widens Monitoring On PFAsThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will initially focus on detecting PFAS chemicals in and in the air. They can be found in everything from cosmetics to cookware, and they've been showing up in Minnesota's air, lakes and drinking water.
DNR: Enbridge Crews Harmed Minnesota Groundwater Even MoreThe state Department of Natural Resources says Enbridge Energy crews ruptured three groundwater aquifers while building the 340-mile pipeline across northern Minnesota last year.
Downtown Minneapolis' Gittelson Jewelers Moving, But Not FarGittelson Jewelers announced Tuesday it will move from the Northstar Center skyway to the Six Quebec building at 601 Marquette Avenue.
Good Question: How Many Workers Are Back Downtown? How Many Are Hybrid?The buzz that comes with a bustling metropolis hasn't returned quite yet to downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul, but it's definitely nowhere near as empty as it used to be.
Expert: Plane Ticket Prices Rising, But Still Cheaper Than Pre-PandemicThe TSA anticipates the average daily passengers will surpass 90% of pre-pandemic levels for the spring break season.
Minnesota Businesses See Tax Hike Amid UI Impasse At CapitolEmployers across Minnesota are getting bills for higher unemployment insurance taxes after legislative leaders failed to reach a deal by a Tuesday deadline to avert an automatic hike.
'I Was Just Appalled': Family Drives Cross-Country To Return Home After Canceled Sun Country FlightA road trip across half the country wasn't part of the itinerary for Faribault resident Nancy Dolter's family. It was their solution of necessity after being stranded in Tampa when their Sun Country flight got cancelled within hours of departure.
What The Federal Reserve's Interest Rate Hike Means For You“If you want to borrow, I would argue now is the time to lock in money,” Professor Murray Frank said.
Twin Cities Restaurants Say They'll Need Huge St. Patrick's Boost To Stay AfloatNew figures show Minnesota's hospitality and tourism industry lost more than $15 billion in revenue over the last two years.
As COVID Cases Drop, Restaurants See Bump In BusinessIt's been two years since restaurants were forced to shut down for in-dining service after COVID-19 first arrived in Minnesota. Now, businesses are planning to have a more normal March for the first time in years.
How Do Lawmakers Plan To Fix Rising Gas Prices?With the war in Ukraine escalating, gas prices are only expected to continue rising. The crisis is generating some specific proposals to help consumers.
How Are Store Brands Different From Name Brands?As prices for everything rise, more shoppers are turning to store brands. They’re called "private labels," and they've grown year over year.