State lawmakers and a public data expert on Wednesday said the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources should release the name of the employee who improperly accessed driver's license data on 5,000 individuals.
Increasing amounts of triclosan, a common antibacterial agent used in soaps and other products, has been detected in Minnesota lakes, according to the results of a new University of Minnesota study.
Consumer advocates are warning of a tech support scam in which someone is calling Minnesotans offering to help with computer problems.
The Minnesota tourism industry is facing a disappointing year for snow so far this winter. Already, the lack of snow in northern Minnesota forced the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon to push back the race by more than a month.
Hockey players from across the country have descended on Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis for the annual U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
Minnesota conservation groups, farmers and researchers joined a Louisiana-based group on Thursday to discuss threats to the Mississippi River and ways to overcome them.
The American Lung Association will release Wednesday its an annual report that tracks policies related to tobacco and tobacco prevention.
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Debt buyers would have to supply more evidence when filing claims against Minnesota consumers under legislation being introduced this week, Attorney General Lori Swanson said Monday.
The two groups representing real estate agents in the Twin Cities on Friday said they expect home prices will improve by 8 to 12 percent in 2013.
A spike in flu cases in Minnesota has some questioning whether employers should be required to offer their workers paid sick time.
Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis will host the event again this year, and organizers say they have the 12 inches of ice needed.
Minnesota lawmakers gathered Wednesday to push legislation at both the state and federal levels aimed at protecting vulnerable adults from financial exploitation.
Some Minnesota environmental groups are urging state regulators to prevent more crude oil from being transported through the state.
Metro Transit workers voted Monday to approve a new three-year contract.
Union leaders say proposed contract gives workers a 2 percent raise in each of the next three years. Health benefits remain the same.