When the U.S. Census Bureau released its five-year block of data this week, it confirmed several theories about Minnesota's population trends: We're getting older, we're becoming slightly more diverse, but we're slow to adapt to both of those changes.
Amid continuing struggles with slow sales, General Mills said it will eliminate 400 to 600 jobs or up to one and a half percent of the company's global workforce.
Long-time mineworkers on Minnesota's Iron Range often say they're used to the ups and downs, the booms and the busts of the notoriously cyclical mining industry.
About 150 fast food workers and supporters kicked off a day of planned actions for a higher minimum wage with a rally in south Minneapolis on Tuesday morning. It's part of a national day of action that organizers say will include one-day strikes and rallies by fast food workers in hundreds o…
With just over a week before it was scheduled to take effect, a federal judge Tuesday blocked an Obama Administration rule that would have extended overtime eligibility to some 4 million Americans.
The board that oversees the Perpich Center for Arts Education is searching for answers to high staff turnover and declining student numbers at its schools.