Rep. Bachmann is holding two public forums tomorrow to talk about cancer and President Obama's cap and trade proposal. Time to go get armed and dangerous with Bachmann.
When we came across photo collection of random people holding car keys, we decided to figure out what these odd balls were up to.
We're used to a lot of scandalous leaks at the Capitol, but this takes the cake for the best office response.
On the Iron Range, the surging commodities market may bring prosperity. But it might also threaten one of the state's greatest natural resources.
Critics say a power plant designed to reduce carbon emissions could be a cancer-causing boondoggle
In the rush to cash in on ethanol, the Midwest might be giving away its greatest natural resource
A plan to open the Superior National Forest to copper mining promises good jobs and threatens enviro troubles
Controversial MPCA Chief Sheryl Corrigan: Did she jump, or...?
A troublesome family of synthetic chemicals called PFCs—many of them produced in Minnesota—is turning up in the bodies of people and animals worldwide. So why did the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency force its leading PFC researcher, Dr. F
Coming soon: The microwavable road?
Baxterization, beaten paths, and the great riparian land rush of northern Minnesota
The long, slow fight to clean up one of northeast's largest polluted sites
Minnesota's air quality makes it harder to breathe
The Governor's all for cleaning up Minnesota's lakes and rivers, provided it can be done for free
A judge orders the MPCA to take another look at a plan to burn 10 million tires a year
Sewage sludge: Fertilizer or public menace?
People in tiny Preston, Minnesota, have a lot of questions about a plan to burn 10 million tires a year in their town. Too bad the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency doesn't.
Author/Enviro Jeffrey St. Clair on the silence of the greens
Pawlenty talks green, but will he pay the tab?
Bush RX for forests: Fewer rules, more logging
Activists want Xcel to clean up its oldest--and dirtiest--power plant
Meet Susan Young, Minneapolis's trash evangelist
Environmentalists cry foul as legislators argue that a land swap will benefit public education
The University of Minnesota calls its new underground library a triumph of design and function. Never mind the mold that feasts on pollution, a multimillion-dollar legal dispute, and those pesky health complaints.
For decades Minneapolis has paid the same company to haul trash. Is it a good deal? No one has asked.
Minnesota has a pollution problem. But don't hold your breath waiting for a quick fix.
Armed with new evidence linking power lines and cancer, activists appeal to the courts
Did the power that lights your lava lamp begin as a pile of cow manure?