The federal government had asked the judge to bar the company from imposing tests and threatening to fine those who refuse.
The program's continued success could pave the way for bike sharing in all seasons.
The complementary rides are the result of a law passed earlier this year that's designed to increase voter participation.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources spent more than $8 million building new projects or rehabbing old ones this construction season.
The tests required by the company would measure blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels, as well as check for evidence of smoking.
The number is significant because one out of every five state residents relies on private wells for drinking water.
Two would-be car thieves attracted the attention of police after driving the wrong way down a street.
They want the same rights as mainstream churches, Hindu associations and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Mireya Reyes, 31, was charged in U.S. District Court with five counts of aiding and abetting the misuse of Social Security numbers.
Authorities reported no injuries to passengers or crew. Both planes sustained minor damage and returned to hangars.
Three friends aim to mass produce a portable standing desk manufactured regionally.
The Seven Corners Gateway Site is proposed to replace an existing parking lot located across the street from the Xcel Energy Center and near a center for homeless services.
The city has also reduced the amount of trash sent to the incinerator by 16 percent or 13,511 tons.
The accident occurred near the junction with Interstate 494 shortly after 6 a.m. The northbound lanes of the highway were closed as crews cleaned up.
Amy Senser can return home Monday after finishing a work release program, part of her sentence from a 2012 conviction tied to a high-profile hit and run death.