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'Target practice' leaves 2 Minnesota men with $1.1M bill for causing 3,900-gallon fuel pipeline leak

Two western Minnesota men have been ordered by a federal judge to pay more than $1.1 million for damage they inflicted when their gunfire punctured a pipeline and released thousands of gallons of diesel fuel into a creek that feeds a river. Eric J. Weckwerth-Pineda, 25, of Cottonwood, and Tanner J. Sik, 22, of Ivanhoe, were...

 

Northern Oil inks $154M deal for North Dakota oil properties

Northern Oil and Gas on Thursday announced it will buy further interests in a fleet of oil wells in North Dakota for $154 million, its third significant acquisition in the past eight months. The seller in the latest deal is Texas-based Comstock Resources, which is controlled by the owner of the Dallas Cowboys football team,...

 

Walz pushes legislators to pass pandemic response measures

State aid for front-line workers and farmers struggling with drought remains on hold at the State Capitol, and now pandemic response measures have also gotten caught up in the political stalemate. Gov. Tim Walz and legislative leaders failed to break through a monthlong impasse during a meeting Tuesday. The DFL governor...

 

Ex-Facebook manager criticizes company, urges more oversight

WASHINGTON - While accusing the giant social network of pursuing profits over safety, a former Facebook data scientist told Congress Tuesday she believes stricter government oversight could alleviate the dangers the company poses, from harming children to inciting political violence to fueling misinformation. Frances Haugen,...

 

Foreign money flows to South Dakota and other U.S. tax havens

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Across from a Holiday Inn, in a red-brick building with a welcome sign that reads "The Heart of America," a little-known financial firm set up shop seven years ago and extended an invitation to the world's elite. Trident Trust promised to protect the fortunes and privacy of its new customers by relying on...

 

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram suffer worldwide outage

The massive global outage that plunged Facebook, its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms and many people who rely heavily on these services - including Facebook's own workforce - into chaos Monday is gradually dissipating. Facebook said late Monday that it's been working to restore access to its services and is "happy to report...

 

Desperate, then offered quick cash

The money was supposed to last the rest of Stanley Turner's life. He was 5 when a collision hurled him and his sister from the car, leaving both with permanent brain damage. Doctors said Stanley would never live normally again. The insurance company for the driver at fault in the crash settled the Turner family lawsuit by...

 

Upper Midwest renewable energy projects spark need for more power lines

Xcel Energy cut the size of the Crown Ridge II wind farm in South Dakota by one-third because of a growing problem on the Midwest's electricity grid: too much traffic. As more renewable energy is linked to the grid, transmission capacity is being strained. New projects are facing increasing costs - and longer waits - in...

 

MNsure rates will rise, but federal tax breaks will save Minnesotans money

ST. PAUL - Rates for individuals who buy health insurance on MNsure, the state-run marketplace, will rise between 4.3 and 11.3 percent, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said Friday, Oct. 1. However, many Minnesotans will ultimately pay less in premiums thanks to tax credits from the American Rescue Plan passed by Congress...

 

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Controversial Line 3 done; oil set to flow Friday, Enbridge says

Oil will begin flowing through the controversial new Line 3 pipeline across northern Minnesota on Friday after Enbridge announced that work on the controversial project is "substantially complete." The $3 billion-plus pipeline is a replacement for the 50-year-old Line 3, which is corroding and operating at half capacity....

 

From paints to plastics, chemical shortage ignites prices

In an economy upended by the coronavirus, shortages and price spikes have hit everything from lumber to computer chips. Not even toilet paper escaped. Now, they're cutting into one of the humblest yet most vital links in the global manufacturing supply chain: The plastic pellets that go into a vast universe of products ranging...

 

More than 180 Minnesota health care workers sue over vaccine mandate

More than 180 health care workers spanning hospital systems across Minnesota are asking for an injunction to stop their employers from mandating they be vaccinated from COVID-19, saying the directive violates religious freedoms and other state and federal laws. A lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court includes unnamed...

 

State says Bremer trustees attempted 'hostile takeover' by selling charity's stake in bank

Leaders of the Otto Bremer Trust attempted a "hostile takeover" of Bremer Financial Corp., the big Minnesota bank the trust owns but doesn't control, by inviting other investors to join their effort to sell the firm two years ago, a state attorney said on the opening day of a trial over their conduct. The trustees - Daniel...

 

Small but vocal group of Minnesotans are shunning businesses with unvaccinated employees

While visiting a tavern in Wisconsin, a masked Jim Smart noticed the bartender wasn't wearing a mask. He asked if she was vaccinated. "She said no, 'I don't believe in the science.' I said, 'What about the people in the kitchen?' She went to ask and came back and said, 'They don't want to tell you,' " said Smart. "I said, screw...

 

Tesla opens store on Native land

NAMBÉ, N.M. — Carmaker Tesla has opened a store and repair shop on Native land for the first time, marking a new approach to its yearslong fight to sell cars directly to consumers and cut car dealerships out of the process. The white-walled, silver-lettered Tesla store, which opened last week, sits in Nambé Pueblo, north of Santa Fe, on tribal land that's not subject to...

 

Medtronic recalls devices used for treating brain aneurysms

Medtronic has recalled a medical device used to treat brain aneurysms, a move that federal regulators this month classified as the most serious type of recall since there is a reasonable chance it could cause serious health problems or death. A component of the medical device system can break off, which can also lead to strokes or other dangerous conditions, the Food and Drug...

 

Gun Lake Casino Cuts Ribbon on $100M Expansion

WAYLAND, Mich. - Gun Lake Tribe Chairman Bob Peters and tribal council members cut the ribbon on the Gun Lake Casino's $100-million expansion last Friday morning. The new 72,000-square foot expansion features more seating for live concerts and sporting events, additional gaming space, outdoor fire-lit entertainment, and dining...

 

Pick'em: Sport gambling in Arizona underway and options are plentiful

PHOENIX, Arizona - With early morning fanfare at Chase Field, a brand new day dawned in Arizona sports history. By 7:30 a.m. on September 9, sports fans and gambling fans lined up outside the Diamondbacks' field, waiting to marry their two passions. Once one lucky fan placed the first bet at one of the five temporary betting...

 

Beef prices are surging, but processors are benefiting more than farmers

An antique hook-and-pulley system still hangs from the ceiling of the butcher shop at Everett's Foods in south Minneapolis, the relic of a bygone era when sides of beef from Minnesota farmers were shipped directly to the store and cut up for customers. Today, all the beef that Everett's buys is processed in Omaha. Like many...

 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF MINNESOTA FOUNDATION AWARDS MORE THAN $3.2M TO 27 NONPROFITS; ANNOUNCES BUKATA HAYES AS BOARD CHAIR

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. (August 2, 2021) — The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation (Foundation) has awarded more than $3.2M in grants to 27 nonprofit organizations in Minnesota. Grant awards are for one or two years and range from $20,000 to $100,000 per year. Eighteen grants are part of the Healthy Connections program, which supports efforts to create and nurture m...

 

DNR fines Enbridge $3.3 million for breaching aquifer during Line 3 construction

DULUTH -- Minnesota regulators have fined Enbridge $3.32 million for breaching an aquifer near Clearbrook when it deviated from its construction plans of the Line 3 oil pipeline, leading to the release of more than 24 million gallons of groundwater. In a news release Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources...

 

Lumber is down from the stratosphere, but still pricy for Minnesota builders and home owners

Lumber prices, a key cost in home construction and an influence on inflation in Minnesota and the nation, have plunged from their peaks this spring but remain well above pre-pandemic levels. The development is welcome news to people who want to build a new home because, aside from land acquisition and labor, lumber is typically...

 

Feds penalize UnitedHealthcare plans for underspending premiums on medical care for seniors

The federal government has imposed sanctions on three Medicare Advantage health plans run by UnitedHealthcare because the Minnetonka-based health insurer spent too small a share of premium revenue on medical benefits for seniors. As a result, the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced earlier this...

 

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