Minnesotans are at greater risk of consuming dangerous levels of arsenic in their food and water than most of the country, according to weekend report released by the Center for Public Integrity. Whether there's such a thing as a safe level of arsenic is debatable, though even small am ... More >>
Yesterday, the DNR was sued by a citizens' group calling itself the White Bear Lake Restoration Association. With the lake dramatically shrinking over the last decade or so, the group is demanding the DNR limit the amount of water cities can pump from the aquifer beneath it.SEE ALSO: White Bear Lake ... More >>
America's latest gold rush portends the greatest environmental disaster of a generation
It's Earth Day, and Rep. Keith Ellison is taking note by announcing that he's introducing a House bill to ban a herbicide that's long been the target of environmentalists: Atrazine. The news comes ahead of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Scientific Advisory Panel meeting next week tha ... More >>
Male fish in our river are growing female sex organs and are now intersex. And in case you didn't realize, you're probably to blame.