Though only about half the usual number of people are expected at this year's event, residents were split as the city weighed its options. Many worried that the rally would cause an unmanageable outbreak of COVID-19.
The organizer behind an effort to promote diversity in Minnesota’s workforce is launching a new initiative. The goal is to ensure professionals of color have equitable access to career opportunities.
Natural Light is giving one college student a mobile dorm unit with a flat-screen TV, gaming system, WiFi and, of course, a semester’s worth of Natty Light beer.
The coronavirus pandemic is entering a new month, meaning Americans struggling amid the economic fallout once again have to worry about paying their rent.
The U.S. economy shrank at a dizzying 33% annual rate in the April-June quarter — by far the worst quarterly plunge ever — when the viral outbreak shut down businesses, throwing tens of millions out of work and sending unemployment surging to 14.7%, the government said Thursday.
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Instead, shoppers can reportedly purchase holiday deals earlier than ever, with savings starting in October and continuing throughout the season.
The framework is expected to extend — but reduce substantially — just-expired expanded unemployment benefits, send a fresh round of $1,200 stimulus check to American adults earning less than $75,000 in August and funnel tens of billions of dollars in aid to schools and universities.
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A couple who wore Nazi flag face coverings to a Walmart in Marshall, Minnesota have been told not to return.
As young adults make up the largest age group with confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota, health officials are urging them to "consider all your roles" before making social plans.
Businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic are receiving funding from the CARES Act to help keep their businesses afloat.
Starting Saturday, Minnesotans will need a mask when they go inside public spaces and businesses. To help make sure businesses don’t have to turn anyone away without a mask, the state has come up with a plan.
Minnesota banks want people to empty their piggy banks of coins to help alleviate a national coin shortage.
The number of laid-off Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose last week for the first time since the pandemic struck in March, evidence of the deepening economic pain the outbreak is causing to the economy.
Ascena Retail Group, the parent company of Lane Bryant, Ann Taylor and Justice, announced Thursday that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after its business was "severely disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic."
The Federal Reserve has seen a significant decline of coins in circulation because people are not spending them as regularly at businesses, many of which are either temporarily closed or not accepting cash.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate are expected to announce a new stimulus package to get the country through the pandemic, but the debate remains on what it should include and how much people will receive.
The outlook for many Minnesota restaurants has improved from a few months ago, but many other continue to struggle due to tight margins and dwindling cash reserves.