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Minneapolis approves stronger protections for adult-entertainment workers

Goal is better working conditions in strip clubs after damning U report.
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Charges: Son fatally shot parents in Long Prairie home before fleeing to Mexico

Barry Bennett, a former NFL player and Long Prairie physical education teacher, and his wife, Carol, were found dead in their home on Wednesday.
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Minneapolis City Council approves $200,000 settlement in Jamar Clark case

Two lines only here and here and here hrere.
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Finalists for Minnesota Cup's food, agriculture and beverage section announced

The Minnesota Cup field has been thinned out considerably this week. Two nights ago, the education and training division announced its three finalists at an event held by ECMC Group. And last night,…
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How former Target exec Seemantini Godbole is taking on Lowe's tech transformation

Seemantini Godbole formerly senior vice president of digital and marketing technology at Target Corp. before joining Lowe's last fall, says "There is no point of doing technology transformation for t…
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Minnesota taking another run at hosting a Super Bowl

Could the NFL come back to Minneapolis for a second helping of the Bold North? The Minnesota Vikings think they have a shot at hosting the Super Bowl again in the late 2020s. The team has submitted …
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130-unit senior-housing project headed for final approval in Plymouth

Augusta Development has proposed the project at 3025 Harbor Lane, near the northwest corner of Highway 55 and Fernbrook Lane.
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Billionaire philanthropist, conservative activist David Koch dies at 79

David Koch, the billionaire who helped build Koch Industries into one of America's most powerful private companies — and became a heavyweight political backer along the way — has died at the age of 7…
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For-profit prison operator seeks ICE deal for shuttered Minnesota facility

CoreCivic Inc., one of the nation's largest private prison companies, is angling to convert a long-closed Appleton, Minn., prison into a detention center for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.…
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Workers picket at Mercy Hospital over alleged staffing cuts

Workers at Allina Mercy Hospital held an informational picket on Thursday in response to conversations about staff cuts that unions say are taking place at the Coon Rapids hospital. Service Employee…
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SWLRT crews are working on the railroad — but too early?

Construction on the $2 billion Southwest Light Rail Transit project is now in full swing — and people in Minneapolis neighborhoods close to construction zones are complaining that they're getting an …
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Tech-Pro managing director reflects on IT consulting firm's reinvention

Tech-Pro Inc., a Minneapolis IT consulting firm with more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies as clients, will celebrate its 30th anniversary in December.
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Leita Walker talks First Amendment and leaving Faegre Baker Daniels for Ballard Spahr

Leita Walker is one of the premier attorneys in town for matters around the First Amendment and getting government records. She recently talked about her biggest cases and why she's into the work.…
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Homebuilders, cities still clashing over road fees despite Supreme Court ruling

A homebuilders group has sued the city of Dayton over new transportation fees the city established in the wake of a Minnesota State Supreme Court ruling last year that tossed out the old ones.
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Back and forth continues as new Bde Maka Ska signs start to go up

But the official name of the lake remains in limbo.
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