Members of the Commission on Judicial Selection announced the three candidates they are recommending to Governor Walz to fill the vacancy on Minnesota's Sixth Judicial District.
Members of the Commission on Judicial Selection announced the three candidates they are recommending to Governor Walz to fill the vacancy on Minnesota’s Sixth Judicial District.
Republican Jason Lewis is headed to the Minnesota State Fair amid speculation that he will announce a run for Senate
As of Wednesday, Twin Metals Minnesota is celebrating a new partnership with the Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council.
The court denied the environmental groups’ request for the DNR to prepare a supplemental Environmental Impact Statement.
According to court records, Jake Place, 39, appeared in a St. Louis County Courtroom in Virginia Monday, and a judge approved his request for a public defender.
The successor of former Minnesota Dept. of Human Services Commissioner Tony Lourey has been named.
Long time Iron Range Legislator Joe Begich died Saturday morning he was 89 years old.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reports zebra mussels have been found in the Rouchleau Mine Pit near Virginia.
Gov. Tim Walz says the state has signed a $33.9 million contract with an outside vendor to replace its troubled vehicle licensing and registration system, known as MNLARS
There are 70 miles of sidewalks, 40 traffic signals and over 1,500 pedestrian curb ramps within the county’s large infrastructure.
The Minnesota DNR says they are denying requests by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, as well as multiple environmental organizations and individuals, who requested the agency reconsider the tailings dam permits issued to PolyMet last year.
A new MnDOT winter maintenance report released Wednesday shows the state spent nearly $133 million to clear roads during the 2018-2019 winter season.
$100 million and 500,000 labor hours later, Cleveland-Cliffs DR-Grade pellet project at its Northshore Mine is complete.
The Minnesota Appeals Court ruled Tuesday to stay a key wastewater permit for PolyMet due to concerns surrounding “irregularities” in the permitting process.