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US consumers reduced their borrowing by $18.3 billion in May

US consumers reduced their borrowing by $18.3 billion in May


Document: Duluth Costco construction expected to begin in fall

Duluth woman launches line of natural self-care products

Pharmaceutical industry sues to block Minnesota insulin law

Mythbusters star concerned virus could fuel home fireworks injuries

Bayer paying up to $10.9B to settle Monsanto weedkiller case

Cheese prices at record high in Wisconsin

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13 Minnesotans sick with Cyclospora linked to bagged salads


Existing home sale plunge 9.7% in 3rd straight monthly drop


Target permanently raises starting hourly pay to $15

Quaker retires Aunt Jemima brand due to racial stereotype

Donations rise, lines form as thrift stores reopen

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Fed: Will use 'full range of tools' to boost economy
Microsoft joins Amazon, IBM in pausing face scans for police
Dow sinks 1,800 as virus cases rise, deflating optimism
Mall of America reopens after nearly 3-month closure
US employers laid-off 7.7 million workers in April
Duluth store escapes J.C. Penney closing list
Financial help for college students in the pandemic
Northland Target stores open despite announcement
Quibi is already in trouble since it debuted in April.

Tech Bytes: Trouble for Quibi


Tech Bytes: LinkedIn adds a new feature
Tech Bytes: New additions to Instagram
Tech Bytes: Tik Tok problems
Tech Bytes: Mamba Forever Edition
Tech Bytes: Big Tech heads to Capitol Hill
Health officials close Iron River COVID-19 testing site early after running out of tests

Health officials close Iron River COVID-19 testing site early after running out of tests


St. Luke's asks nurses to delay raises to help during pandemic
Michigan health workers to receive bias training
Itasca County, Superior encouraging mask use as COVID-19 cases rise
Scientists urge WHO to acknowledge virus can spread in air
Grant awarded to build youth crisis stabilization facility in Ashland

Mall of America may not reopen when originally planned

After two nights of looting in Minneapolis, the Mall of America says it may not reopen on June 1 as had been planned. The Bloomington mall is about eight miles away from the businesses that were looted on Wednesday night.


Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

Trump threatens social media after Twitter fact-checks him

Tips for handling your finances while unemployed

Consumer confidence up slightly but remains near 6-year low

US new-home sales post slight gain in April

Wisconsin salons staying busy after reopening for appointments

Iron Range 'Open for Business' pledge

Pier 1 to go out of business and close all 540 stores

Miller Hill Mall reopens

Worker at United Taconite tests positive for COVID-19

Pandemic impacts the port, nearly 100 crew and officers laid off

Feds plan to prepare an environmental review of Twin Metals

Restart of production lines moved up to July at Minntac

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Trump swipes at China for virus, trade deal

Biden: US, China Must Cooperate Despite Intense Differences

Comet streaking past Earth, providing spectacular show

Comet streaking past Earth, providing spectacular show

Tropical Storm Fay churns north toward NYC, New England

Tropical Storm Fay, Friday July 10

'Black Lives Matter' mural painted outside Trump Tower

'Black Lives Matter' mural painted outside Trump Tower

Pentagon: US will respond if Russia bounty reports are true

The U.S. says Russia's claim that its warplanes flew a joint mission over Syria with the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State group is

Biden pledges New Deal-like economic agenda to counter Trump

Joe Biden at a campaign rally.

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