MINNEAPOLIS - The nation's congested railways are having an effect on Minnesota's taconite industry.
ST. PAUL - Some Minnesota educators have continued to express concern over the state's new ACT requirement for high school students.
GRAND MARAIS - Three designated stream trout lakes in Cook County will be chemically rehabilitated to remove undesirable fish species and may be temporarily closed during treatment applications.
CLEVELAND — The Coast Guard 9th District is warning Great Lakes boaters that falling water temperatures pose safety risks even as air temperatures stay warm.
MINNEAPOLIS - The Department of Natural Resources has affirmed its decision to deny a permit to a researcher who gained fame by putting radio collars on black bears in northern Minnesota.
ST. PAUL - Minnesota's central social service agency will conduct random screenings of child protection decisions made by county officials who receive allegations of abuse.
DULUTH - As the temperatures drop deer vehicle crashes go up.
ST. PAUL - Thursday in observance of the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Governor Mark Dayton ordered all United States flags and Minnesota flags be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the State of Minnesota from sunrise until sunset.
ST. PAUL - A preliminary total of 67 fatal work-injuries were recorded in Minnesota in 2013, a decrease from the final count of 70 fatal work-injuries in 2012 and higher than the 60 fatal work-injuries in 2011.