Susan Thornton is out as the director of the Legislative-Citizens Commission on Minnesota Resources,
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has issued a request-for-proposals for scientists to study the effects of sulfate pollution on the state's wild rice.
An initiative by a University of Minnesota professor aims to teach businesses and government agencies how to encourage consumer behavior that's good for the environment.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency plans to issue a new permit that would raise the levels of air pollution allowed from a North Minneapolis plant.
The advisory group charged with recommending how to invest Legacy Amendment money for the outdoors has come up with their list for next year's Legislature to consider.
3M made the perfluorinated chemicals until 2002, and the chemicals leached from landfills into ground water.
The Coon Rapids Dam had previously been thought to be an effective barrier against Asian carp, but the Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday that it had found e-DNA evidence of the silver carp in the Mississippi River above the dam.
Xcel Energy's nuclear power plant in Monticello, Minn., continues to undergo testing, after a series of problems caused the reactor to shut down automatically.
Levels of perfluorinated chemicals in residents of the east metro are declining, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
As Minnesota says goodbye to an extremely dry fall, ski hills are busy making snow.
A new rule proposed by the federal Environmental Protection Agency would for the first time set a limit on the number of organisms allowed in ships' ballast water discharges.
North Dakota, a big coal producer, wants Minnesota to drop its restrictions on electricity generated by coal. But Minnesota utilities are already conforming to those goals and say they aren't interested in more coal-based electricity.
Jeno Paulucci, a Minnesota business icon
whose restaurant ventures included a company that popularized the
finger food known as pizza rolls, has died. He was 93.
3M is asking the state to change fish consumption advisories and remove the designation of "impaired" for the Mississippi River.
Minnesota's two tree nurseries are preparing to phase out much of their seedling production, work they've been doing since the Great Depression.