Solar panel manufacturer Heliene, which currently employs about 75 people at its Mountain Iron facility, is planning a $21 million expansion, with state and local governments are chipping in millions for the project.
A new MinnPost poll found that rural and urban voters in Minnesota are split sharply on everything from the performance of Gov. Tim Walz to the results of the 2020 election.
Even though city officials contend their policy has made no-knock warrants safer — and not all of those warrants were necessarily carried out — critics of the practice have expressed surprise at the figures.
The federal agency said the 2021 law would be an “improper modification” to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s authority around clean water rules.
MDH reported Tuesday 92.7 percent of the state’s intensive care beds are in use, as are 91 percent of non-ICU beds.
Unlike the Clean Cars regulations — a controversial mandate from Gov. Tim Walz’s administration — the low-carbon fuel standard is noteworthy for its broader political support.
The biggest impact of Minnesota’s new no-knock law may not be an obvious one: a more detailed accounting of how often the tactic is used in the state.
What this means for the controversial plan to operate a copper-nickel mine near the BWCA.
Minnesota added 5,601 new COVID-19 cases in the seven days between Aug. 4 and Aug. 10, for an average of 800 new cases per day.
The Legislature has ordered the reopening of all 93 stations in Minnesota, though it’s also commissioned a review of the costs, savings and “efficiencies” of closing stations.
The state’s plan will boost the primary subsidy for low-income families and increase pay for child care workers through monthly grants to providers across the state.
A voicemail from Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka to then-MPCA Commissioner Laura Bishop about Enbridge’s controversial oil pipeline project offers a rare glimpse of political machinations at the Minnesota Capitol.
From farming pollution to broadband access, meat processing capacity and lack of child care, how Minnesota legislators addressed the issues facing Greater Minnesota this year.
The Minnesota Department of Health reports the state added 1,535 new COVID-19 cases in the seven days between July 14 and July 20, for an average of 219 new cases per day.
Where some supporters and opponents of Line 3 see the Minnesota project and Keystone XL as largely similar issues, there are some major and minor differences between the pipeline proposals.
As of Tuesday 55.3 of all Minnesotans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
GOPers blamed the agency’s Clean Cars rules — but was Bishop just a pawn in a bigger political game?
Six more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Friday.
In conjunction with the deal, Minnesota lawmakers approved almost $30 million to cover the share of the money owed by local governments along the pipeline routes.