Minnesota has a lot riding on the next Target CEO Target employs about 31,000 people in Minnesota. The retailer and its predecessor -- the Dayton Hudson Corp. -- have always had a CEO with a Minnesota connection. So far, all have emerged from within the company.6:25 a.m.
Canadian border communities sandbagging to hold back flooding Residents in northern Minnesota along the Canadian border are scrambling to keep rising waters at bay. Rainy River is up nearly 10 feet since the beginning of the month, pushing this flood past a record set in 1950. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Adam Claybundy, who's the fire chief of Loman, a small community just west of International Falls.7:20 a.m.
Energy-use data could help Minnesota cities protect the environment The project has data from 2008 onward that include vehicle miles traveled, waste generation, water use, and the amount of electricity, natural gas and other fuel being used by everyone within city limits. The 22 cities that have signed up had to agree to make the data public.7:25 a.m.
Dent Guys Chase Hail Storms To Find Repair Work
Paintless Dent Repair technicians follow the hail across the country. They travel the world helping car dealerships and auto body shops deal with the deluge of damage that comes after a hail storm.