Map: Aquatic invasive species spread across Minn. Invasive species like Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mussels can choke our lakes and kill off native plants and animals. They have been moving through Minnesota lakes and rivers steadily over the last few decades. Use this map to track their spread.
Women's pay, work equity bill clears Legislature "For 50 years we have assumed that we have equal pay for equal work," said DFL Sen. Sandy Pappas. "And the whole purpose of this bill is to see if that's the case, if we can get a handle on this stubborn pay gap."
He's more than just 'Fear and Loathing' British artist Ralph Steadman is best known in the United States for his decades illustrating the work of journalist Hunter S. Thompson, especially in Rolling Stone magazine and the book 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.' But a new documentary makes the case for Steadman as an artist in his own right.
Fosston video sparks bullying debate Should the mother have been filming her daughter at a time when comforting seemed the order of the day? Should a news station have been reposting the video without checking to see if the story was true?
MLB All-Star Game 'clean zones' draw ACLU lawsuit In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis, the American Civil Liberties Union contends that city rules that restrict commercial activity in several designated "clean zones," unless the vendors have the league's permission are unconstitutional.
Tornadoes touch down in southern Minnesota A spring storm has dropped several tornadoes on the ground in south-central Minnesota. Touchdowns were reported near St. James and Lake Crystal Thursday afternoon. The National Weather Service says a tornado also was confirmed near Madelia.
Here are the most popular baby names of 2013 Noah sailed past Jacob to become the most popular baby name for boys in 2013, ending Jacob's 14-year run at the top. Sophia was the most popular baby name for girls for the third straight year.