Michael Strand makes clay cups and then trades them for other cups people bring to his art exhibitions. His art helps people share their stories.
Preliminary findings by Minnesota and South Dakota researchers show a potential risk to monarch butterflies when neonicotinoids are used in plants near milkweed.
Thomas Bearson, whose body was found five miles from a party in Fargo where he was last seen, did not die of a drug or alcohol overdose, police said.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency asked the four major railroads operating in the state to respond to take-home drills that test their disaster preparedness.
A Department of Natural Resources official says he's surprised by opposition to a plan requiring boaters take online invasive species training but confident a compromise can be found.
Young people don't want to go into the business, but it's a vital one Minnesota can't easily do without.
The slow pace of federal rule making is forcing businesses and even some North Dakota researchers to take their drones to Canada where it's easier to get test flight permission.
More than 100 train crossings in Minnesota require safety improvements, according to a study of oil train routes. State officials identified more than $300 million in rail crossing safety projects.
Some experts say rail delays could return in early 2015 if farmers ship much of last year's bumper crop stored because grain prices were low.
Botlink is working on an app that uses the GPS location of drones, and the electronic signatures of commercial aircraft to prevent collisions.
Bakken oil producers have spent millions on new technology to bring out the crude, so a price drop isn't likely to scare them off, observers say.
Dennis Walaker, who died Tuesday after battling kidney cancer, was lauded for his efforts during 2009 floods. Deputy Mayor Tim Mahoney will take over until a special election can be held.
When its $27 million expansion is completed next fall, the Grand Forks mill will be the largest operation in the country and rank 6th among flour milling companies.
Five members of a Kurdish family arrived in Fargo Thursday night and joined a growing Kurdish community in Fargo-Moorhead.
The Canadian company runs hundreds of miles of pipeline in Minnesota and wants to build more. Its spill history is worrisome but Enbridge says it has learned from its errors.