Downtown Minneapolis Cafe To Require Proof Of Vaccination, Negative Test To Dine InsideA downtown Minneapolis cafe will be among the first in the state to require a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination in order to dine inside.
Dozens Of Minnesota State Fair Vendors, Exhibitors Won't Return This YearThis year’s Minnesota State Fair experience may not be what fair-goers are used to.
State Issues $700M Plan To Treat Water Marred By 3M ChemicalsThe settlement with 3M will be used to fund improvements in cities like Cottage Grove, Lake Elmo, Maplewood and others. The goal is safe drinking water now and for generations to come.
AG Goes After Bridal Stores After Multiple Reports Of Delayed Wedding DressesEarlier, WCCO reported on a number of brides across the Twin Cities who said their wedding gowns were delayed. They told WCCO late timing and a lack of customer service resulted in immense stress and even forced three women to buy another gown.
Even As Online Sales Growth Cools, Target Sees Strong 2Q ResultsTarget's streak of strong results extended into its latest quarter but its skyrocketing online sales growth has come back to earth.
Why Is There Still A Canning Lid Shortage?We're well into harvest season, not just for farmers but for at-home gardeners. And a problem that plagued them last summer and fall hasn't gone away.
DeRusha Eats: Market At Malcolm Yards Food HallSushi rolls, smash burgers, and vegetarian grain bowls – not a combination you’d expect at any one restaurant, but it feels right inside the Twin Cities newest food hall, The Market at Malcolm Yards.
'We're Extremely Short': St. Paul's Capital View Cafe Cites Worker Shortage As Cause For Temporary ClosureKathy Bauer made the difficult decision this week to temporarily close her family's breakfast and lunch spot.
Kirk Cousins Temporarily Loses Sponsorship Deal With Michigan Hospital Over COVID Vaccine StanceMinnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins has lost a sponsorship with a hospital in Michigan, as a result of what the hospital calls his stance on COVID-19 vaccines.
Car Dealers Applaud Biden's EV Executive Order, But Say Infrastructure, Incentives Needed“Dealers are all-in for the coming electric age," said Minnesota Auto Dealers Association president Scott Lambert.
Drought To Have Lasting Impact On Minnesota's Christmas Tree FarmsMinnesota’s summer drought may be felt in winters to come, when finding the perfect Christmas tree could be harder and more expensive.
U.S. Bancorp Delays Employee Return To Downtown Minneapolis OfficesU.S. Bancorp is delaying the return of most employees to its downtown Minneapolis offices.
Target Announces Debt-Free Education Assistance Program For Its 340,000 Front-Line Workers NationwideTarget Corp. is joining a growing list of retailers and restaurant chains offering educational assistance at select online institutions for its front-line employees in a fiercely competitive job market.
More Mask Mandates Reinstated Across Minnesota As Delta Variant SpreadsIn Minnesota, it seems mask mandates are changing by the hour at public buildings, businesses and workplaces.
Why Are We Still Experiencing Supply Chain Issues?“I think it’s just a little exercise in humility for all of us that maybe we were just spoiled rotten having everything we ever wanted,” marketing expert George John said.