Once nearly extinct, the wild turkey has become one of the United States' biggest conservation success stories. Flocks in Minnesota are now so comfortable that they verge on becoming a nuisance.
Control Data, Univac and Cray Research designed some of the world's fastest computers. But their success didn't last.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has purchased 22 acres in Grant, Minn., for a new $14 million campus.
Live-tweeting the last days of Twitter. Or just another weird day on Twitter. With Twitter, it's hard to tell.
DNR issues a red flag warning for drought-stricken stretches of the state as fire season looms.
"Just shut off your phone" isn't as easy as it sounds in today's social media landscape.
Scientific and Natural Areas are a key tool in the state's fight to save species from extinction.
The Eden Prairie-based company is trying to reorganize in Chapter 11, but it has already lost control of key crypto centers.
NASA's Orion capsule entered an orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles around the moon Friday, as it neared the halfway mark of its test flight.
The capsule and its three test dummies entered lunar orbit Friday, more than a week after launching on the test flight. It will remain in this broad but stable orbit for nearly a week, before heading home. Read more about the mission here.
Estimates are as high as $5,000 in prewiring costs to make a garage stall ready for electric vehicle charging, officials say
The DNR ruled out viral causes, including bird flu, after the birds were found dead in Waseca.
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and an executive colleague were major political donors nationwide.
The European Space Agency made history Wednesday by selecting an amputee who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident to be among its newest batch of astronauts — a leap toward its pioneering ambition to send someone with a physical disability into space.
U.S. health regulators on Tuesday approved the first gene therapy for hemophilia, a $3.5 million one-time treatment for the blood-clotting disorder.
Virtual reality headsets can add a deeper component of three-dimensional communication, as it's a more natural form of engagement, experts said.