KARE and the Associated Press report Target’s profits fell more than expected, after it offered steep discounts to its suppliers and canceled their orders to get rid inventory.
Bring Me The News’ Joe Nelson reports Mike Max, a long-time WCCO Sports reporter and host, has left WCCO Radio in an “effort to lower costs.”
MPR’s Dan Gunderson explains how Fosston Minnesota now has its own police department. This is a result of towns contracting larger law enforcement agencies.
Mpls. Ellie Roth, St.Paul Magazine’s correspondent on the Twin Cities’ polarizing Pedal Pubs, reports that they are celebrating their 15th anniversary.
Neal Justin, Star Tribune, has a story about former Minnesota Senator Al Franken’s appearance as a guest host on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
KSTP A young woman took a plunge of 25 feet plus into a sewer in St. Paul after a manhole cover had been removed.
Racket’s Jay Boller discusses a real Twin Cities-based earworm, the Mall of America song, that you may recall as “There’s a place for fun in your life” (sorry, not sorry).
Josh Biber of Southwest Voices has an interesting piece about the history of the south shore of Bde Maka Ska. This area was home to Mdewakanton Dakota settlement before becoming .