Gov. Mark Dayton rebuffed a group of mining opponents who delivered a moratorium petition to St. Paul as part of an Earth Day rally at the Capitol.
Updated: April 22, 2014, - 10:07 PM
Three-year discussion will decide how many deer are enough for hunters, too much for the woods.
Updated: April 21, 2014, - 08:22 PM
The state Pollution Control Agency said it needs more time to study variables in wild rice production and water quality before proposing any new rules.
Updated: April 05, 2014, - 09:26 PM
Local Catholic church officials have released new details about a pair of abusive priests showing that one priest was accused of sexually abusing a brain-injured woman and another sexually abused a boy who did not want his community to know what happened.
Updated: April 02, 2014, - 05:37 AM
Environmentalists quickly derided the optional standards as too soft, and mining interests faulted them as overreaching.
Updated: March 19, 2014, - 08:52 PM
In the winter of 1968, a pollution-fed algal bloom on Lake Minnetonka turned the water bright red, causing consternation to...
Updated: March 10, 2014, - 08:56 PM
Archdiocese says she knew abused boy’s visits with priest violated rules.
Updated: February 25, 2014, - 05:13 AM
Star Tribune exclusive: Archdiocese gave pedophile salary, disability benefits, expenses and consulting work.
Updated: February 23, 2014, - 08:16 PM
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis moved to block this week’s court order that Archbishop John Nienstedt testify about the church’s handling of clergy sexual abuse cases and release the names of all local priests accused of sexually abusing children since 2004.
Updated: February 14, 2014, - 11:16 PM