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The muggy 92-degree weather was more than 40 degrees hotter than ideal for running, race officials said.
The future of Minnesota's ball cactuses relies on the survival of a young group near an active granite quarry.
Lexington's water is too dirty, Blaine argues, but it faces counter-accusations of covert actions.
The birds are feeding on cisco, a little fish that's a crucial food source.
The salamander mussel, which hangs on only in a stretch of the St. Croix River, is proposed for endangered status.
The City Council approved the plan 3-2 over the objection of its planners.
Wildfire smoke from Canada will linger across the state Friday, but it won't be as thick as feared.
Much more rain is needed to break the dry spell. Time may be running out this year.
For a record 10th time this summer, state meteorologists issued a red category air quality alert.
A heat advisory remains in effect across the southern half of Minnesota. Much-needed rain has done little to moderate the high temps and humidity.