Three positive signs announced Thursday point to a strengthening economy in Minnesota and nationally.
Sarah Lutman is leaving her position as president and managing director of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra to start an independent consulting practice.
Officials say sampling errors, more people giving up on finding work and a rise in self-employment could help explain the conflicting results.
Minnesota's jobless rate fell by half a percentage point to 5.9 percent in November even as employers cut nearly 14,000 jobs in the state.
Native Twin Cities hip-hop artist Brother Ali headlines the Twin Cities Day of Dignity event at the north Minneapolis mosque where he's a member.
Women should wear what they want without fear of sexual assault, is what organizers want to say about the Slutwalk protest march Saturday in Minneapolis.
The Food and Drug Administration has labeled a problem with a Medtronic drug pump a class 1 recall, the most serious type of recall.
The U.S. economy doesn't need additional stimulus, despite zero job growth in August, said a banking official.
Banks will be scrutinizing their costs, said the new chief of Wells Fargo Minnesota.
An Ohio man shot to death in Minneapolis over the weekend has been identified.
Amid mounting pressure, 8th District GOP Rep. Chip Cravaack has announced he will hold an open town hall meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Duluth airport.
Groceries, store remodeling, and credit cards helped Target boost its net income to $704 million, up nearly 4 percent for the company's second quarter.
Sun Country Airlines has been sold, once again, to Minnesota investors. The company says there are no plans to change the Mendota Heights-based airline's operations, management team or frequent flyer program.
A Chinese aviation company has closed on its acquisition of Duluth-based plane maker Cirrus Aircraft.
This map depicts non-education state government wages as a portion of total wages paid in each county in 2010.