Former employees of the now-shuttered Verso Paper Mill in Sartell kept up their complaints Tuesday that Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann didn't reach out to the mill workers following the company's Memorial Day fire and explosion.
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has questioned whether the Obama administration was forthcoming enough about what it knew following the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stephens.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann said the recent anti-American violence in the Middle East proves that comments she made about the Muslim Brotherhoods influence on the US government are accurate.
A unit at the Xcel Energy Sherco coal-fired power plant is on schedule to be up and running by the end of March.
If the mayor's proposed budget passes in December, St. Cloud city employees could get their first cost-of-living raise in four years.
Xcel Energy must fully fund a solar energy incentive program through 2015, according to a decision Monday by the state.
Stearns County prosecutors Tuesday charged a 17-year-old with murder for allegedly punching and killing a college student in a St. Cloud alley last week.
Little Falls is more than a thousand miles from lower Manhattan, the birthplace of the Occupy Movement that began a year ago this week. But in this central Minnesota town the movement has at least one champion who is now fighting to keep up her personal protest on behalf of the 99 percent.
Jim Graves, a property management executive, is trying to do what three other Democrats failed to do in the 6th District: defeat Republican U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann.
The U.S. Department of Transportation says St. Cloud Metro Bus will receive $3.3 million to help the system switch over to buses fueled by compressed natural gas.
The German farm implement company Geringhoff announced on Tuesday plans to open it first North American manufacturing plant in St. Cloud.
Monday was the final day of the Minnesota State Fair, and fair organizers say the 12-day event has drawn strong crowds.
Drunken driving deaths in Minnesota are down 40 percent from 2002, according to a new report.
Limited contact in practice flies in the face of conventional football culture, in which many coaches seek to build tough and imposing teams. But as concerns about injuries and concussions in contact sports grow, one coach's approach is becoming more mainstream.
The state's Department of Commerce today recommended that Xcel Energy continue its solar energy incentive program for another three years.