'We Might Run Out Of Them': Minnesotans Buying Snow Blowers Anticipating Supply Chain IssuesDiamond Lake Hardware in Minneapolis sells a tool called The Ultimate Scraper. The product, used for clearing driveways and sidewalks of ice and snow, is made in North Dakota. With the supply issues in many industries, even something made so close to Minnesota still might run out this season.
Minnesotans Return To Work As State Unemployment Rates DropMore Minnesotans are returning to work as the state’s unemployment rates decreased, according to numbers released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Wisconsin's Unemployment Rate Remains At 3.9% For 6th Month In A RowPrivate sector jobs in Wisconsin dropped by 100 in September compared to August. There were 51,800 more private sector jobs in September than a year ago.
Ice Castles Returning To New Brighton This WinterAfter a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ice Castles are returning to the Twin Cities.
Sun Country Adds Nonstop Routes To 7 New AirportsThe airline also extended its on-sale schedule to September 2022.
Will Store Shelves Still Be Empty During The Holiday Shopping Season? Will that special gift be available this year? Or will the store shelves be bare when you go shopping?
UnitedHealth Boosts Outlook, Again, After Big Q3 NumbersUnitedHealth Group Inc. is the first insurer to report earnings every quarter, and analysts see it as a bellwether for the sector. Revenue climbed to $72.34 billion from $65.12 billion, which also topped $71.54 billion expected by industry analysts.
Attorney: North Dakota Photo Business That Closed Working With CustomersAn attorney for a North Dakota photography business that abruptly went out of business and left many wedding couples in limbo said Wednesday the company is working to release photos and images, It's unclear whether customers who paid in advance for uncompleted work will be refunded.
Eat Street Restaurants Struggling To Bounce Back: 'People Are By And Large Still Afraid To Come Out'An iconic cluster of restaurants in South Minneapolis is weathering a difficult time.
With Varying Concert COVID Protocols, Health Officials Urge Music Lovers To Weigh RisksLive music is back in the Twin Cities. But fans may not know that many venues have their COVID-19 protocols set by the artist that's coming to town.
Child Tax Credit: How To Opt Out Of Monthly PaymentsThe next Child Tax Credit payment is due October 15, but some parents may prefer a lump-sum payment at tax time.
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.