The treatment of Rose Lake near Detroit Lakes marks the first time the DNR has tried to reclaim a lake from the invasive species.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is trying to improve the way it manages the state's underground water supply.
Moorhead officials will start up a pilot project Thursday to generate electricity from the sun.
The National Labor Relations Board ruled Wednesday in favor of American Crystal Sugar in a dispute with workers who have been locked out since August 1.
Frustrated and angry union members who rejected a contract offer from American Crystal Sugar are now locked out. They can only watch as replacement workers hired by the company do the work.
A local health center joins a new national initiative to reduce injuries and deaths in youth sports.
A group of North Dakota researchers are looking for ways to make the plants known as pulse crops more nutritious, and a source of essential nutrients for people in developing countries.
A pilot project in northwest Minnesota is changing how the state evaluates water quality and taking a new approach to getting people involved in cleanup efforts.
Replacement workers at American Crystal Sugar face a big test tomorrow because the sugarbeet harvest is now underway. Tomorrow, the company starts its five factories in the Red River Valley with replacement workers because 1,300 union workers are still locked out.
Starting this fall, Minnesota farmers will be able to drain wetlands in exchange for buying wetlands in another location.
A program in Thief River Falls that trains students to repair and maintain unmanned aircraft is getting attention from companies already trying to recruit graduates.
Union negotiators will sit down Thursday with officials from American Crystal Sugar for the first mediated session since workers were locked out more than three weeks ago.
A murder trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday in Crookston for the man accused of shooting a Mahomen County deputy in 2009.
Researchers at North Dakota State University say they've developed a way to make high quality paints and coatings from soy oil and sugar.
The University of North Dakota faces sanctions starting today because it continues to use the Fighting Sioux nickname. An agreement the school reached earlier with the NCAA called for UND to stop using the name and logo by today.