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FICTION: New evidence turns up years after a man is executed for an actress' death.
Earth-ripping work has helped restore more than 60 miles of trout streams in the past five years in western Wisconsin and southeast Minnesota. The big machines strip away thick layers of bank sediment that destroy trout habitat.
Black Hills fishing revives after a brush with drought and invasive species.
Inquiry looks at stock movement that yielded millions in payouts.
Poet Inc. is shipping fuel from Iowa facility, which could hit full output by year's end.
The high cost of upgrading 40-year-old nuclear reactors is confronting the utility again, with $487 million in needed upgrades at its Prairie Island facility by 2020.
Public agencies in Minnesota joined to seek out competitive project bids.
The Great Northern Transmission project will be the state's second 500-kilovolt line when it is completed.
Once a booming business, the loading of crude oil at more than a dozen North Dakota rail terminals now faces a financial squeeze.
Power Over Time Inc. is applying two-way communication, cloud computing and smart controls to even out peaks, valleys on electric-grid usage.