A court battle continues over a proposed 450-foot cell phone tower near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
A Supreme Court ruling on Monday allowing jailers to strip search people arrested for minor offenses has caught many observers by surprise.
A former Minneapolis firefighter faces a potential maximum penalty of life in prison for conspiring to distribute cocaine.
The Kerber family is well-known to their neighbors who are trying to comprehend the accident that killed five members of the Minnesota family, and injured 12 others.
The Minnesota family that lost five members in a crash in Kansas on Sunday is close knit and well respected, a neighbor says.
Xcel Energy wants the state to review its plan to boost power at the Prairie Island nuclear plant.
The legislature today passed and sent to the Gov. Mark Dayton a bill to speed up environmental review and permitting processes.
High prices for corn and soybeans are expected to prompt farmers to shift a lot of conservation land to crop production over the next five years in Minnesota.
Outdoor groups say hunters and anglers in Minnesota are observing the effects of global warming.
A decision on a plan to deal with haze affecting the Boundary Waters and Voyageurs National Park has been postponed to give more time for a mining company to negotiate.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency today takes another step in a long-running effort to clean up the air over some of Minnesota's most cherished places. The MPCA's Citizens' Board will consider submitting a state plan to reduce air pollution to the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
A second attempt at a new online reservation system for state park campgrounds and cabins functioned without crashing. The system will continue with an incremental launch.
Three lake associations in Carver County
have filed a lawsuit against the Minnesota Department of Natural
Resources commissioner over the spread of zebra mussels.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will resume taking reservations for state park campgrounds and cabins on a limited basis later this week.
Legislators are debating whether to remove control of school trust lands from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.