Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Tim Counts said that during the search officials found chemical substances they believed were hazardous.
More people than expected will develop an early form of Alzheimer's, according to researchers at the Mayo Clinic. Mild Cognitive Impairment is an intermediate stage between Alzheimer's and normal aging.
A report released for the anniversary of the collapse of the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis says the nation's bridges are in bad shape.
A new transportation report says almost one fourth of the nation's bridges are structurally deficient or obsolete.
First Congressional District Congressman Tim Walz (D) has brought money and legislation to the district in his first term, but will that be enough to win the fall election?
Republican Congressional candidate Brian Davis has paid his property taxes late every year for the last five years.
Winona State University is recruiting 100 students to work as election judges. An estimated 30,000 election judges, also known as poll workers, will be needed for the 2008 elections.
State Sen. Dick Day, R-Owatonna, and Mayo Clinic physician Brian Davis both want to defeat Democratic Rep. Tim Walz. But first one will have to beat the other in a Republican primary.
Fifty-five people will lose their jobs at the St. Peter Regional Treatment Center because of a budget shortfall.
Minnesota feedlot regulations will be changing soon. When a feedlot changes ownership the MPCA will need to re-approve the permit to the new owner and winter manure spreading will no longer be allowed.
The City of Austin will have municipal wi-fi by October. The $1.2 million project is being run through the Austin Utilities Board and has been in the works for several years.
Mayo Clinic researchers have found one of the genes that cause a form of heart arhythmia. Doctors studied a family with an inherited form of atrial fibrillation by scanning the entire human genome.
A long chain of levees along the Mississippi and other rivers is contributing to the catastrophic flooding that has hit the region recently, some civil engineers say.
Repairs on the Hwy 43 bridge's 15 gusset plates will begin this week in Winona.
An ethanol tanker rolled over near Lanesboro last week spilling ethanol into the Root River. The 8,000 gallon tanker was headed north from the Preston ethanol plant when it rolled over.