Looking To Trade In Your Old Vehicle? Now May Be The Best Time Ever To Do So"I thought I would get like a couple thousand back, I was hoping for maybe like two or three, but then when I got back exactly what I put down, it was like dang, it's almost like I, you know, rented my car for a year," Jason Myles said.
St. Paul Restaurant J. Selby's Closes Dining Room, Citing Rising COVID Case CountsA plant-based restaurant in St. Paul is discontinuing in-person dining "until the COVID case counts drop back to a safe level."
Metro Transit Says Bus Driver Shortage Leading To Widespread Route CancellationsClose to 200 cancelations of Metro Transit bus routes this weekend kept many commuters waiting for a ride.
Minnesota Apple Orchards Endure Labor Shortage During Peak SeasonIt’s peak apple picking season and as visitors return to their favorite apple orchard, they may notice fewer activities being offered.
StubHub Will Pay $1.87M In Refunds In Minnesota After Settlement With AG's OfficeTicketing website StubHub will pay nearly $2 million to 5,500 customers with ties to Minnesota after a settlement stemming from the company's refusal to give refunds for events canceled due to the pandemic.
What You Need To Know Before Planning Your Holiday TravelIt's a popular time to start planning a holiday trip or a winter getaway. But the Centers for Disease Control says safe destinations are dwindling because of the delta variant.
Enhanced Unemployment Benefits End, But Will People Return To Workforce?Thousands of Minnesotans are losing their federal unemployment benefits Sunday.
Rep. Omar, Other Members Of 'The Squad' Speaking Out Against Line 3 PipelineEnbridge says the Line 3 pipeline is more than 90% done, and will be up and running by the end of the year. But that's not stopping protestors and officials like Rep. Ilhan Omar and her D.C. colleagues from trying to halt the project.
'It's Honestly Been A Nightmare': Restaurant Supplier Hits Pause, Putting Some Metro Businesses In PerilAs more pandemic problems persist, one of the largest food suppliers has hit pause on some Minneapolis restaurants -- meaning owners are forced to find their ingredients elsewhere.
No More State Fair Cups? Fair Runs Into Supply Shortages And Cost IncreasesShort supply has led to price increases in things like packaging, paper goods, chicken, beef and labor costs have increased since 2019, when vendors were paying employees closer to $10 or $11 an hour. Now $15 an hour is a common wage.
Harvesting Season Cut Short for Melrose Vineyard Following StormsMoonlight Vineyard in Melrose has been growing sweet grapes to produce white wine for more than a decade. But after Saturday’s strong storms, the family farm is left with torn leaves and damaged fruits.
'Water Goes Where It Doesn't Typically Go': Experts Weigh In On Prepping For Severe Storms, Heavy RainAhead of the next severe storm, experts urge residents to clean out their gutters and service their sump pumps. Clearing your storm drain is also important because rain could spill over into your foundation.
With Sales Surging Still, Best Buy Raises Prospects For 2021The company, based in Richfield, Minnesota, was somewhat insulated from the economic fallout last year because so many people stuck at home stepped up spending on webcams, laptops and other technology.
Hamline Church Dining Hall, Minnesota State Fair's Oldest Food Concession, To Close Indoor DiningThe Minnesota State Fair’s oldest food concession is dialing back its menu in a big way this year.
Drought Causing Honey Production Decline In Minnesota, WisconsinMinnesota and Wisconsin are some of the leading honey producing states in the nation -- but the extreme drought is putting honey production at risk.