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Why Are So Many Minneapolis Restaurants Failing?Even though the highly acclaimed Il Foro seemed to have a winning combination between the owners, cuisine and chef, they closed their doors for good Sunday.
Delta To Help Out TSA During Busy Summer SeasonWith the busiest months for air travel just days away, concern is growing over long lines and delays at airport security checkpoints. So, to help ease congestion and speed the screening process, Delta is giving the TSA a hand.
Acme Comedy Co.: Proposed Luxury Apts. Will Put Club In 'Instant Peril'The owner of Acme Comedy Company says the club will be forced to close and relocate after nearly 25 years of business if a proposed luxury apartment development is approved.
Il Foro Closes In Downtown MinneapolisDowntown Minneapolis Italian eatery Il Foro has closed its doors for good. Il Foro is one of three Italian restaurants that has already closed this year.
Coon Rapids Joining Cities To Legalize Raising ChickensWhether they are kept as pets or for their eggs, more Minnesotans will soon be able to raise chickens in the backyard.
Dermatologist Says Sunscreen SPF Study Is MisleadingA Consumer Report out this week says nearly half sunscreens they tested failed to meet their SPF claims.
Good Question: Why Are Boys And Girls Drawn To Different Toys?From "Star Wars," to Marvel, to the new "Ghostbusters" -- controversies are hitting the toy aisle. In some cases, female action figures have been left off the shelves for fear they would not sell as well.
Reality Check: Gas Tax Or License Tabs -- Which To Hike?Minnesota lawmakers are divided on how to fund road and bridge repairs -- whether to use a gas tax hike or raise car license tab fees.
Franken Gets Response From Oculus On Privacy QuestionsOculus has responded to Sen. Al Franken's questions about consumers' privacy when using the its s Rift virtual reality system.
Sweet Martha's Opening 3rd Location At MN State FairMinnesota State Fair goers will have even more places to snatch some Sweet Martha's Cookies this year.
State Suing Life Insurance Companies For Not Paying BeneficiariesWCCO has discovered the State of Minnesota has sued several companies for not paying beneficiaries in millions of dollars.
Heated Opinions In Mpls. Paid Sick Leave HearingFour in 10 Minneapolis workers don't have the benefit of paid sick time, but an ordinance now being debated in city hall could soon change that.

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