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Seoul-based CJ CheilJedang will pay about $1.8 billion for its majority stake. The Schwan family will retain 20 percent, and keep all of Schwan's Home Service.
The Metropolitan Council says it has received an important approval from the federal government for funding the Southwest Light Rail Transit Project.
Over the next nine years, St. Paul will roll out increases to the minimum wage, mirroring the Minneapolis plan but on a slower time-frame.
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Originally pledged to pay for the new Vikings stadium, electronic pulltabs are now poised to pay that mortgage and more.
The nation's leading e-cigarette maker says it has halted store sales of some flavors to deter use by kids.
The British prime minister's office confirmed the deal Tuesday without offering further details. But that did not silence Theresa May's critics at home, many of whom have already expressed opposition.
Minnesota is among one of the highest taxed states in the country, but what are Minnesotans gaining from them in return?
There are a lot of state secrets when it comes to the billions of dollars worth of roads, hospitals and more. Satellite images of night lights may offer some insights into their value.
Scammers hijacked Target's Twitter account Tuesday, promising "we giving 5,000 to all community!"
It's estimated that nearly half of all Americans over 65 own a gun or live with someone who does. And 7 million in the U.S. have dementia, a number that's expected to double within two decades.
CNN claims the revocation of Jim Acosta's press pass violates the constitutional rights to freedom on the press and due process. CNN is asking for an immediate restraining order to return Acosta to the White House.
Jay Alix, a corporate turnaround specialist who serves on the board of Mayo Clinic, is donating $200 million to the medical school, which will be renamed the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in his honor.
Instead of building a massive second headquarters in one location, Amazon announced Tuesday that it would build two offices. The company also announced that it will open an operations center in Nashville, with more than 5,000 new jobs.
Without the Hispanic workers who came for jobs in the town's meatpacking businesses, said the town's mayor, "there would be nothing left."
The worker shortage is a relatively new experience for Minnesota employers, but in the mental health field, it's a long-running problem and getting worse as demand for services rises.
A longtime downtown St. Paul brewpub announced Saturday that it'll be closing its doors for good later this month.
Pabst Brewing Company and MillerCoors are going to trial, with hipster favorite Pabst contending that MillerCoors wants to put it out of business by ending a longstanding partnership through which it brews Pabst's beers.
This week a federal judge in Montana temporarily blocked TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline. Indigenous activist Angeline Cheek considers a temporary win - "but also," she says, "our fight is never over."
Environmental groups want their case before the Minnesota Court of Appeals to be considered before PolyMet can carry out any parts of its state permits.
It's an approach to farming built around four basic rules: Never till the soil. Use cover crops so soil is never bare. Grow a more diverse mix of plants. And use fields to graze livestock.