Medtronic Recalls 300K Insulin Pumps After Death, 2K InjuriesMinnesota-based Medtronic is recalling more than 300,000 insulin pumps due to a missing or broken component.
Credit Card Skimmers Found On Metro Grocery Store Self-Checkout RegistersMore than a dozen incidents of credit card skimming from across the metro are being looked at by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Insulin Price Hearing Kicks Off Minnesota Legislative SessionTwo hearings in the Minnesota House Tuesday talked about creating an emergency program to help anyone struggling to pay for their life saving medication.
The Coronavirus Outbreak's Impact On Gas Prices, Car Parts, Hi-Tech ProductsThe coronavirus outbreak in China has led to a drop in crude oil prices, which has a ripple effect in the United States.
Yard Sign Outside 'What The Hair Is Going On With Deana!?!?' Draws Mpls. City InspectorsThere is a yard sign in northeast Minneapolis that is getting the attention of city inspectors.
St. Paul Considers Sales Tax HikeConversations are underway in St. Paul that could affect anyone who eats or shops in the city.
Valleyfair Looking To Hire 1,600 Workers For 2020 SeasonValleyfair says it’s looking to hire 1,600 employees.
Community Rallies Behind St. Paul's El Burrito Mercado After Devastating RobberyA popular Twin Cities restaurant is focusing on the positive after a traumatic robbery during business hours.
Minneapolis Mushroom-Growing Business To Close Over Fire, Zoning ViolationsA mushroom-growing business in the industrial area of north Minneapolis is closing amid conflicts with the city over zoning and fire code violations.
U.S. Bank CEO Apologizes After Company Fires Worker For Driving To Help Customer On Christmas EveThe CEO of U.S. Bank apologized over the weekend following a report that an employee and her manager in Oregon were fired for what they did to help a customer.
Who Checks To Make Sure Grocery Store Scales Are Accurate?It's a weekly routine for many: Go to the grocery store, pick up some produce or maybe some meat. The food has to be weighed in order to checkout. An average grocery store has 15 to 30 scales. So who makes sure they're set correctly?