A Minnesota organization is suing the Food and Drug Administration over regulation of nanotechnology.
A federal grant to expand early childhood education will target the White Earth Reservation.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is sending plans for a Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion to Congress.
The Plains Art Museum in Fargo announced plans Thursday to open a "Center for Creativity" that will teach art to thousands of local elementary school students.
Stalled labor talks between American Crystal Sugar Co. and its factory workers are taking a toll in Hillsboro, N.D., a town of 1,600 between Fargo and Grand Forks where the sugar beet factory is the largest employer.
International business giant Hitachi is partnering with Microsoft to develop a new software business in Fargo within a year.
Gov. Mark Dayton met with an American Crystal executive and listened to locked out workers stories during a Saturday visit to Moorhead. Union workers have been locked out of jobs there since Aug. 1 on a contract dispute.
The president of American Crystal Sugar Co. said company shareholders are telling management to not back down in a labor dispute with union workers.
Researchers are studying ways to turn wasted natural gas from oil wells into farm fertilizer.
Locked-out American Crystal Sugar workers are gathering Wednesday evening for a prayer vigil in Moorhead.
After $60 million has been spent to buy and replace flood-prone homes along the Red River with permanent levees and floodwalls, Moorhead officials hope to kick-start the local housing market early next year with a mix of marketing and financial incentives.
Many Minnesota residents expect a bigger bill when their property tax statements arrive this month. But across the border, North Dakota residents are considering a proposal to make the state the first in the nation to abolish property taxes.
American Crystal Sugar Co. has begun
advertising that it's seeking workers for its sugar factories,
signaling a new phase in the company's lockout of its 1,300 union
workers, which is in its fourth month.
Several small communities near Fargo-Moorhead are joining forces in an effort to stop a proposed Red River diversion.
Four new radio stations are on the air across northern Minnesota, and each is eager to serve American Indian audiences.