The body of a boy who was swept away by rushing water in Amity Creek on Tuesday has been recovered in Lake Superior.
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The Suzlon plant opened in late 2006 to make blades for wind turbines, and at its peak employed about 500 people. The plant, which closed at the end of last year, faces big fines for pollution.
The lawyer for a former Red Wing high school student says his client had good reason to wait two years to sue for race discrimination.
A judge ruled Wednesday that AT&T can build a cell phone tower near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. The approved tower, at 199-feet, is less than the 450-foot tower the company was initially seeking.
Seniors who have trouble getting enough nutritious food are significantly more likely to be in poor health.
Teamsters say they won’t make deliveries to American Crystal Sugar plants.
Congress voted to raise the debt ceiling Monday night. Minnesota’s delegation was split with four voting to support the measure and four against. The split wasn’t among party lines.
Debt ceiling passes U.S. House, without support from Cravaack or Bachmann
Rep. Chip Cravaack’s vote on the debt ceiling will be watched closely by two groups that helped him get into office; GOP leaders and Tea Party supporters.