Matt Sepic Feature Archive

In a legal agreement, Target has prohibited the companies handling the sales from using the phrase "going out of business." (02/04/2015)
Authorities arrested a person they say illegally bought a gun for Raymond Kmetz, who opened fire at New Hope City Hall and was killed by police. Two more guns were found. (01/30/2015)
Twin Cities businesses that help Somali-Americans wire cash to east Africa are again at risk of shutting down. (01/30/2015)
Under the new rules, all homes that are 4,500 square feet or larger (including basements) must have fire sprinkers, a requirement the Minnesota State Fire Chiefs Association applauds. (01/27/2015)
Lakeville-based MOM Brands makes Golden Puffs, Frosted Mini Spooners and other cereals as well as hot wheat and oatmeal products. (01/26/2015)
Minnesota's December rate remains significantly lower than the U.S. rate of 5.6 percent, but not all is well on the state's job front. (01/22/2015)
U.S. Bank CEO Richard Davis says he expects a big boost in borrowing against lines of credit at current interest rates if business customers think the fed is about to pull the trigger. (01/21/2015)
"Move-up" buyers are starting to look for more expensive homes, observers say, though the long term trend among young buyers remains a concern. (01/20/2015)
Narayana Kocherlakota talked oil, employment and interest rates during a wide-ranging public forum Thursday night. (01/09/2015)
A state health official said the child had an underlying health condition. But she warned that this year the flu is hitting early and hard. (12/24/2014)
Online shopping gets the credit for a big increase in holiday shipping. (12/23/2014)
Propane prices have dropped but the root of the issue still has to be addressed: finding a replacement for the pipeline that connects the Midwest to propane suppliers in western Canada. (12/22/2014)
Officials would not provide any details, nor would they say if the child had any other health problems. (12/19/2014)
The state unemployment rate slipped to a seasonally adjusted 3.7 percent, officials say. (12/18/2014)
The big drop in oil prices affects anyone doing business with North Dakota oil producers, but some see it as temporary and Minnesota companies say they remain optimistic. (12/16/2014)