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Southwest Airlines Faces An 'Operational Emergency'
About 100 Southwest Airline flights have been canceled for maintenance reasons since Friday, as the airline struggles to keep up with an unusually high number of aircraft taken out of service for maintenance issues.
Proposal Aims To Require Compostable To-Go Containers For St. Paul Restaurants By 2021
A proposal going before the St. Paul City Council would reportedly require restaurants and convenience stores to replace their plastic to-go containers with compostable alternatives by January of 2021.
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Minnesota Weather: Another Round Of Plowable Snow Expected Wednesday Morning
Don’t think it’s snowed enough in the Twin Cities this February? Well, more snow is on the way this week.
'Embrace It': Families Take Advantage Of Snowy February At Dog Park
A lot of people are sick of all of this snow, but at the Ritter Farm Dog Park, the dogs were loving it. The people didn’t seem to mind the snow falling from the sky either.
Snow Throughout The Week Brings Minnesota Closer To Snowiest February On Record
Snow arrived early Sunday morning in the bottom half of the state, pushing Minnesota closer to a record for the snowiest February ever documented.
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Blues Post 3rd Straight Shutout, Beat Wild For 10th Straight
Alex Stalock stopped 26 shots for Minnesota in his first action since Feb. 2.
Murphy, Minnesota End 4-Game Skid With 84-63 Win Vs. Indiana
With Jordan Murphy muscling his way to 23 points and 11 rebounds and Gabe Kalscheur going 6-for-8 from 3-point range, Minnesota stopped a four-game losing streak with an 84-63 victory over Indiana on Saturday.
Gophers Dismiss Tight End Max Janes After Alleged Assault On Officers
The Minnesota Gophers football team has dismissed 18-year-old freshman tight end Max Janes after he was charged with assaulting police officers while intoxicated.
Nico Hischier Scores In OT As Devils Rally To Beat Wild 5-4
Cory Schneider got his first win in nearly 14 months when Nico Hischier scored 3:19 into overtime, lifting the New Jersey Devils to a wild 5-4 victory over the slumping Minnesota Wild.
Top 3 Florists To Visit Right Now In Minneapolis
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we went to find the top florists in Minneapolis and came up with a ranked list of where to venture next time you're in the market for florists.
Minneapolis's Top 5 Studios For Yoga
In search of a new favorite yoga spot? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top yoga spots around Minneapolis.
Valentine's Day 2019: The Best Romantic Destinations In America
Looking for the most romantic locations in the America? Check out the most romantic destinations in America!
Mike's Mix: P.S. Steak Remixes Your Steakhouse Preconceptions
P.S. Steak occupies the old La Belle Vie space, disrupting the perceptions of a typical steakhouse while honoring the legacy of one of the great culinary foundations in the Twin Cities.
The Best Ski Club In Minnesota Is Also Among The Oldest
Your choice is one of the oldest ski clubs in the area, starting all the way back in 1971.
The Best Places To Eat In Minneapolis's North Loop
Get to know this Minneapolis neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from an Italian wine bar to a brewery.
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How Do They Decide Who Serves Jury Duty?
Last year, the state of Minnesota issued 190,000 summons for jury duty, which is about 4 percent of Minnesotans 18 or older.
Who Approves New Emojis?
Greg Welch is with the Unicode Consortium, a nonprofit group in California that comes up with the standards for all devices.
Repurposing With Purpose: City Salvage Takes The Old And Makes It New
There's a place in Minneapolis where you'll find a little bit of everything – and it all comes with a story.
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St. Paul Home & Landscape Show
The St. Paul Home + Landscape Show takes over the Saint Paul RiverCentre February 14-17, 2019.
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New Technology At Children's Hospital Keeps Family Close
Parents from around the world come to Minnesota seeking treatment for their sick children. Thanks to new technology, their families back home don't have to feel so far away.