Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced $180 million worth of new road and bridge projects in greater Minnesota today. The projects will be funded by federal stimulus dollars.
The Elk Run Biobusiness park project planned for an area near Rochester will get an injection of cash from the state.
A for-profit transmission line company wants to build a massive power line across seven states, including Minnesota. The line would take wind from the Dakotas and Minnesota to Chicago and farther east.
California developers are poised to announce an effort to raise $1 billion to create a bioscience research center just outside of Rochester.
Data shows that mercury levels are increasing in pike and walleye in Minnesota over the last 20 years.
Minnesotans who want to buy a foreclosed home could get financial help from a grant and loan program.
A Mayo Clinic researcher found that a computer program can significantly help older adults improve their memory and thinking skills.
Rochester Public Schools will finalize roughly $9 million in budget cuts Tuesday night.
Even with the lowest unemployment rate among Minnesota metro areas, Rochester feels the recession's sting.
In Winona a restaurant and a bookstore moved in together to cut expenses. So far, so good.
One of the Minnesotans attending Barack Obama's inauguration is George Thompson.
The town will be the subject of a longevity project put together by the AARP and Blue Zones, a healthy living organization.
Stoney End Harps has sold more than 6,000 harps to musicians around the world.
An audio slideshow featuring harp maker Gary Stone of Red Wing, Minn.
Changes in Minnesota's Green Acres program have some farmers preparing to plow up wetlands and cut down windbreaks.