Thousands of Minnesota small business owners could owe state taxes on loans they got from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, Caroline Cummings reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 - March 1, 2021

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Will Minnesota Businesses Get A Break On PPP Loan Taxes?Thousands of Minnesota small business owners could owe state taxes on loans they got from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, Caroline Cummings reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 - March 1, 2021
Rebuilding Minneapolis’ Longfellow NeighborhoodThe neighborhood at the center of the unrest following George Floyd's death is starting to return to life, reports Jeff Wagner (2:43). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 24, 2021
As Natural Gas Prices Surge, Utility Bills Are Set To RiseMinnesota Utilities Commission is looking into possible increases in natural gas prices, Reg Chapman reports (2:07) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 23, 2021
MyPillow CEO Is ‘Happy’ With Billion-Dollar LawsuitA voting systems company is suing the CEO of MyPillow over his claims of election fraud (0:49). WCCO 4 News At 5 - February 22, 2021
Electronic Components Distributor Digi-Key Thrives During PandemicDigi-Key is an electronic components distributor in Thief River Falls. They’ve grown quickly and are now processing more than 5 million orders a year for clients across the globe, John Lauritsen reports (1:59) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 18, 2021
Google's First Office In Minn. Will Be In Downtown Rochester Due To Mayo Clinic PartnershipGoogle will be opening its first office in Minnesota in downtown Rochester (00:23) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 18, 2021
Northeast Minneapolis Icon Ideal Diner Gets Boost From Barstool SportsThe owner of an iconic diner is thankful for a donation she says is helping save her business, Reg Chapman reports (2:16). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 16, 2021
Owners Of Businesses Damaged During Civil Unrest Plea For State Aid To Rebuild (Damage from last summer's civil unrest cost the Twin Cities hundreds of millions of dollars and left some businesses ruined, Caroline Cumming reports (2:17). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 16, 2021
COVID's Surprising Impact On Minn.'s Construction MarketMinnesota’s construction blueprint consists of delays and cancellations as the pandemic has changed plans. Liz Collin dug into the numbers that point to a sharp turn -- one that some predict could be permanent (3:12). WCCO 4 News At 5 - February 15, 2021
JBS Pork Plant Facing Scrutiny For COVID OutbreaksOSHA is expected to brief lawmakers on Monday in an investigation into COVID-19 outbreaks at meat packing plants across the country, reports Liz Collin (2:44). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 14, 2021
Good Question: How Much Do We Owe In Student Loans?Too many Minnesotans feel crushed by tens of thousands of dollars in student debt, reports Heather Brown (2:49). WCCO 4 News At 10 - Feb. 3, 2021
Finding Minnesota: Faribault Woolen MillsJohn Lauritsen shows us how Faribault Woolen Mills, and the town of Faribault, are woven together (3:06). WCCO 4 News At 10 - Feb. 3, 2021
What’s The Deal With GameStop And The Stock Market?A mass of amateur internet investors is buying GameStop stock, causing its stock price to soar, reports Jeff Wagner (2:16). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 27, 2021
Health Care Providers Report Shortfall Of 215 Billion GlovesFighting a pandemic is hard enough. But a year into the COVID crisis, Minnesota health care providers still face PPE shortages, reports Jennifer Mayerle (3:08). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 25, 2021
Nearly 200 Workers At S. Paul Park Refinery Go On StrikeWorkers at the Marathon Petroleum oil refinery in St. Paul Park say the strike is over unfair labor practices and workplace safety (00:44) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 22, 2021
Can You Be Fired For Not Getting A COVID Vaccine If Your Employer Requires It?As the COVID vaccine rollout continues across the country, employees are wondering - could the company they work for make the vaccine a requirement? Kate Raddatz spoke with an expert to find out what rights companies and their employees have when it comes to vaccine mandates (1:50) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 21, 2021
What Air Travel Will Look Like In The Coming MonthsErin Hassanzadeh shares what travel could look like through the coming year (3:08). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 19, 2021
Mike Lindell Not Worried About Possible Lawsuit From DominionDominion Voting Systems is threatening to sue Mike Lindell, the founder of MyPillow in Chaska after he made false claims that the company’s voting machines stole millions of votes during the election (00:41) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 19, 2021
Fire Breaks Out In Gertens GreenhouseThe owner of a popular south metro garden center says they're fortunate after a fire broke out in a greenhouse, reports Jeff Wagner (0:48). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 17, 2021
Target Won’t Open On Thanksgiving In 2021Target announced on Wednesday that they will not be open on Thanksgiving this year. It was the case in 2020 as well, and the company says it saw a positive response (00:23) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 13, 2021
Good Question: What’s The Future Of Social Media?Some experts say part of the reason the tech companies waited until now to limit President Trump is due to a fear of regulation from the government, reports Heather Brown (2:52). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 6, 2021
Restaurants Reopen To Diners At 50% CapacityFor the first time in nearly two months, restaurants and bars across Minnesota were open for indoor dining, reports John Lauritsen (1:44). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 6, 2021
Como Zoo And Conservatory Readies To Open As COVID Restrictions RelaxEven with restrictions in place people are making reservations so they can come out on this first day the Como Zoo and Conservatory re-opens. Reg Chapman reports. WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 11, 2021
Restaurant Owners Scramble To Adjust To Relaxed RulesWednesday's announcement to reopen restaurants on Monday comes as great relief to business owners in Minnesota, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (1:52). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 6, 2021

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