A detailed look at copper-nickel mining proposals in northeastern Minnesota.
Hardware stores and government buildings throughout the state have put out collection bins for unwanted or broken holiday lights.
CenterPoint Energy does not need to increase customers' natural gas rates as much as it has requested, Minnesota Commerce Department officials said Tuesday.
Thanksgiving weekend is one of the most popular times between now and Christmas to buy a tree, so we put together some tips for those who plan to get one this year.
Minnesota environmental groups and wind energy advocates are urging Congress to renew federal tax credits for renewable energy projects that are set to expire at the end of the year.
A program that pays landowners to practice sustainable forestry lacks oversight and should be repealed or overhauled, according to the Minnesota Legislative Auditor.
Popular Twin Cities lakes that have long been considered "impaired" because of algae and contaminants are now facing another pollutant: road salt.
Food waste and other organic material made up nearly a third of what Minnesotans sent to landfills in 2012, according to a new state study. MPCA Commissioner John Linc Stine called the report a "wake-up call," pointing to the large amount of recyclable material being thrown away.
The council that recommends how the state should spend Legacy Fund money on the outdoors is criticizing an invasive species project for being too vague and possibly violating the intent of the constitutional amendment.
Wilder said most male homeless veterans in Minnesota are over age 50, and about a third are black. A quarter of the homeless veterans reported serving in a combat zone, and nearly half of them reported health problems related to their service.
Carbon dioxide emissions from Xcel Energy's Sherburne County Generating Station, which puts out enough electricity to serve more than 2 million homes and businesses, raise concerns about climate change.
About 2,000 hunters will participate in the early season, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has set a quota of 100 wolves to be killed.
Minnesota's first statewide conference asking how we should adapt to a changing climate kicked off with a long list of possible impacts.
The soil vapor is trichloroethylene, or TCE, and officials have known for more than 30 years about it contaminating groundwater in the area.
Isle Royale National Park will hold two public meetings in Minnesota later this month to discuss how to manage the island's wolf population.