The future of Minnesota's ball cactuses relies on the survival of a young group near an active granite quarry.
Fortra software hack and that of a Massachusetts firm that struck the Minnesota Department of Education and UnitedHealthcare resulted in millions of compromised records.
From fitness studios to senior living communities, wearable technology has enabled a new generation of fitness enthusiasts to not only track their performance but also see how they measure up against others.
The Vikings tailor their in-stadium experience on insights from a new breed of data firms that study crowds.
At the University of Minnesota's Cloquet Forestry Center, ancient uses of fire by Indigenous people and its many benefits are being researched.
If we care about kids, we should help teachers do their job. Minneapolis Public Schools, are you listening?
Five flamingos that showed up in Wisconsin to wade along a Lake Michigan beach attracted a big crowd of onlookers eager to see the unusual visitors venturing far from their usual tropical setting.
Users of Taara Verma's Feel Now get a reminder each day to log their moods.
The grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will split between the project in Becker and one in Colorado, which are Xcel's largest markets.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission approved the land acquisition and other details for the project.
Wait until 2040 to close trash incinerator? Hennepin County leaders, activists want shorter timeline
A new report outlines the challenges of closing the Hennepin Energy Recovery Center, but frustrates those who say the incinerator is harming people and the environment.
The funding will be directed toward low-income property owners and those living in environmental justice neighborhoods.
Minnesota corn yields — including bushels-per-acre — have dramatically increased over the decades, but low rainfall will still lessen this year's harvest.
The Minnesota Academy of Science secured $100,000 in new donations and pledges to support the programs for another year.
A battle between Detroit carmakers and the United Auto Workers union, which escalated Friday with targeted strikes in three locations, is unfolding amid a once-in-a-century…
Federal grant to Great River Greening will finance planting nearly 14,000 trees over the next five years.