Rochester and Mayo Clinic leaders estimate the city will grow by about 32,000 residents over the next 20 years as the clinic expands its footprint in the region. The new Economic Development Agency will vet private information and development plans.
A new study will help researchers determine whether to continue releasing stingless wasps as a strategy in the battle against the emerald ash borer, a tiny invasive beetle that's posing a dire threat to Minnesota's ash trees.
Concerned that they do not have enough say in staffing levels, about 300 union-represented nurses gathered for an informational picket today outside Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato.
Winona Fire Chief Curt Bittle said last week's fire in downtown Winona may have been caused by electrical problems.
The apple harvest will be a couple of weeks late this year, but the orchards are full of sweet fruit and producers are looking toward an exceptional harvest. Minnesota apple growers are expected to produce nearly 20 million pounds of fruit this year.
After what local officials are calling the largest fire in recent Winona history, those who lost homes, businesses and places of worship say they're happy they escaped alive. Now they're taking stock, and planning the way forward.
One of the largest fires in Winona history swept through parts of downtown, wrecking historic buildings and businesses and chasing 16 people from their homes.
The Mayo Clinic is trying to encourage more people to donate blood as they extend the waiting period between donations.
Jim Hagedorn joins fellow Republicans State Rep. Mike Benson and Aaron Miller in the race for the GOP endorsement to run against DFL U.S. Rep. Tim Walz in the 1st Congressional District.
City officials and Mayo leaders say Rochester is poised to grow by 32,000 residents in the next 20 years. Local businesses are looking forward to a flood of new customers Mayo Clinic's planned $5.6 billion expansion could bring.
MnDOT Spokeswoman Jessica Wiens says drivers should pay extra attention and allow for extra time while traveling through the construction zone.
This week's high temperatures have dairy farmers across central and southern Minnesota on alert as the heat and humidity can hamper a cow's ability to produce milk.
The presence of an invasive insect that can damage berry crops has been detected and confirmed by researchers at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
For years, a loved old school in Kasson, Minn., has been slated for demolition. But some residents are fighting to preserve it.
Recent storms and heavy rainfall have delayed the summer tourism season in parts of southeastern Minnesota. Until this week, many outfitters in Lanesboro advised paddlers and rafters to stay off the Root River because the high water created unpredictable currents.