CLEVELAND – Ice, sometimes more than 4 feet thick in places, effectively stalled the resumption of the coal trade on the Great Lakes in March.
DULUTH - It's been 10 days since the Soo Locks opened and not one ship has been able to go through them.
ST. PAUL - People waiting for the go-ahead to file their Minnesota tax returns after late changes to state law can now move forward.
ST. PAUL - A Minnesota House construction package loads up on college campus projects, provides for civic center upgrades across Minnesota and makes another Capitol restoration installment.
ST. PAUL - Minnesota lawmakers may have reached the limit on what they can do to protect consumers from the propane shortages and price spikes seen this past winter.
ST. PAUL - People waiting for a scorecard on a key insurance enrollment measure under Minnesota's health care marketplace will have to wait for results.
ST. PAUL - A collection of traditional adversaries has aligned to oppose a proposed ballot measure on the minimum wage, but the plan is rolling ahead anyway.
DULUTH - The Two Harbors man accused of stabbing a Duluth man to death at the victim's Central Hillside apartment in December of 2012 pleaded guilty Thursday to intentional second-degree murder.
ST. PAUL - A Minnesota House transportation panel is weighing whether to devote $15 million to repair potholes and other damage to roads from this tough winter.
ST. PAUL – With three of four child seats not used correctly and half of all traffic fatalities involving unbelted drivers and passengers, law enforcement agencies across the state will be focusing on car seat and seat belt use March 21-30.