Organic Zucchini Sold At Walmart Recalled Over Salmonella ConcernsOrganic zucchini sold at Walmart locations in several states, including Minnesota and Wisconsin, is being recalled due to a risk of salmonella.
Hy-Vee Scraps Plans To Build 5 Stores In Twin CitiesHy-Vee announced it’s scrapping plans to build five retail stores in the Twin Cities. The supermarket giant had initially planned to build in Farmington, Chaska, Blaine, Maple Grove, and West St. Paul.
Taxpayers Who File With Pen & Paper Could Wait A While For Their Refunds“At one point this month they were telling us only one in five callers was getting through to a live agent when they called the IRS for help,” Scott MacFarlane said. “The same people who answer the phones are also processing the returns, and it’s just a broken workflow.”
Experts Warn Increase In Flight Delays, Cancellations Will Continue Into SummerAs air travel plummeted during the pandemic, airlines big and small cut back on staff and even planes. But pent-up demand is only expected to increase this summer.
Sen. Port, AG Ellison Host Roundtable Focused On Child Care Costs, Economic Security Of WomenIn recent years, lawmakers have been focused on addressing the sky-high cost of child care.
Local Food Pantries Struggling Due To Inflation, Supply Chain IssuesArea food pantries are struggling to feed hungry families in the community, and the need is growing again.
Could Inflation Lead To A Recession?Consumer prices jumped 8.5% year-over-year last month. It's the biggest spike since 1981.
'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.
Will Rising Mortgage Rates Cool The Red-Hot Housing Market?"We were just like, ‘How are people doing this? How can families start?' It's crazy," Ashley Dito said.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Urges 'Some Sort Of Relief' For Student Loan DebtRep. Ilhan Omar was among a group of progressives who met with President Biden recently to push student loan forgiveness.
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.
3 Minnesota Beers Make List Of Top 50 Beers In U.S.Beer is actually the third most popular drink in the world, behind only water and tea. Historians believe beer dates all the way back to 9500 BC.
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.