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Mpls. City Council Mulls Severing Ties With Wells FargoThe city of Minneapolis is calling out Wells Fargo, saying they are looking into taking their business elsewhere.
Stoltz, Century-Old St. Paul Cleaners, Calls It Quits It's been anchoring the corner at Snelling and Grand for decades. The Tracy family has owned and operated Stoltz Dry Cleaners since 1979.
DeRusha Eats: Vine Park Brewing CompanyHave you thought about brewing your own craft beer or maybe you want to try your hand at wine-making? You don't have to just think about it, there's a brewery in St. Paul where you can use their equipment and get their help.
Swanson Sues Volkswagen Over ‘Diselgate’, Seeks Civil PenaltiesMinnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson announced Thursday that she’s suing the carmaker Volkswagen over the "dieselgate" emissions scandal.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsSome of these events you can see up until the end of the month, but some are only here for just one day.
Target Reissues Recall Of 2,600 Menorahs That Pose Fire HazardWith the holiday season fast approaching, Target Corporation is reissuing the recall of thousands of menorahs that pose a potential fire hazard.
Dunkin' Donuts Back In Business In Twin CitiesThis after what seemed like years of waiting for many residents. (Actually, come to think of it, it was years of waiting.)
Amazon To Nearly Double Shakopee WorkforceIt has not even been operating for six months, but the Amazon.com plant in Shakopee already plans to nearly double its workforce.
Minnesotan To Meet: Mary Lauer Of Oh Baby!When her kids were young, she loved making them things: onesies, snap-backs, blankets or bedding. You name it, she tried it. Then she took her talent a step further, and Oh Baby! was born.
Swedish Company Selling Custom-Made Bed For $150KHow much would you be willing to pay for the perfect night's sleep? A Swedish company, Hästens Vividus, is selling custom made beds that cost $150,000.
12 Days Of Christmas $233 More Expensive Than Last YearBesides the turtle doves, only the cost of 11 pipers piping and 12 drummers drumming – both up 2.8 percent – increased.
Survey Finds Widespread Mistrust Of Auto MechanicsAs many as 76 percent believe repair shops recommend unnecessary services, and 73 percent believe mechanics overcharge for their work.

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