Ensuring water projects funded through the state’s Legacy Amendment are making a difference — and proving it to the public — is a challenge for conservationists and those who oversee Legacy money.
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The Ramsey County attorney’s office has sidetracked a citizen challenge to the county’s plans for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
A plan to use a private security contractor to police a central Minnesota town is on hold.
Inspectors for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission are at the Prairie Island Nuclear plant to observe Xcel Energy’s response to an alert.
A species of majestic, mostly white owls is being sighted in abundant numbers this winter far from its native Arctic habitat.
The city of Duluth laid out its strategy Thursday in an increasingly fractious dispute with the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Band.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety launched a new program today aimed at increasing the number of organ donors in the state.
A man who took a car from a Madison
dealership told police he was simply on a long test drive and had
no intention of stealing the vehicle.
A person who stole a sweater from the Straus
Clothing store in Grand Forks nearly four decades ago has made
Record-breaking warmth continues to
blanket the Dakotas.