Good Question: What Do We Make In The USA?We hear a lot of political talk about trade this election year. The United States, overall, imports more than it exports to the tune of more than a half-trillion dollars a year.
Goin' To The Lake: Madden's Resort Bounces Back After Devastating StormMadden's On Gull Lake, a resort in the Brainerd Lakes Area, is a beautiful place to spend your summer. But last year around this time, things were not as beautiful.
General Mills Shows Strong 4Q ResultsGeneral Mills' fiscal fourth-quarter results beat analysts' expectations as the packaged food company worked on slashing costs and refreshing its product lineup amid struggling sales.
Poll: U.S. Economy Rigged Toward Certain GroupsThe overwhelming majority of Americans believe the economy is rigged. Seventy-one percent think the U.S. economic system is "rigged in favor of certain groups."
Nearly 5,000 Nurses Return To Work Following Week-Long StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses returned to work Sunday morning after a week-long strike affecting five Twin Cities hospitals.
General Mills Partners With SDSU To Improve Quality Of OatsThe maker of Cheerios cereal, Nature Valley bars and Yoplait yogurt has chosen South Dakota State University as its partner in an effort to improve the quality of oats and make the crop more sustainable.
Eagan Hopes Vikings Relocation Will Make It A 'Destination City'The Minnesota Vikings are officially moving from Eden Prairie to Eagan. The Eagan City Council unanimously approved the Vikings' plans to build a new headquarters and training facility in the Twin Cities suburb.
Winnebago Ethanol Plant Fined Again For Pollution A south-central Minnesota ethanol plant has been fined again for environmental violations.
Nurses' Strike Enters Day 4On Tuesday, the Nurses' Association called on Minnesota's attorney general to audit the finances of Allina hospitals.
Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Enter 3rd Day Of StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses in the Twin Cities remain on strike for the third day in a row, as replacement nurses continue to care for patients.
Jennie-O Discriminated Against Women, Labor Dept. SaysThe U.S. Department of Labor says Jennie-O Turkey Store Inc. has agreed to hire 53 women and pay nearly $492,000 in back wages to 339 female applicants who were denied entry-level jobs at its turkey processing facility in Willmar.
Hy-Vee Opens 3rd Twin Cities Store In LakevilleHy-Vee opened its third grocery store in the Twin Cities Tuesday. After opening locations in New Hope and Oakdale last year, the Iowa-based chain opened a store in Lakeville.