Fergus Falls-based Otter Tail Power has the support of an administrative judge to add $489 million in new air pollution controls to a South Dakota power plant co-owned by the utility instead of replacing it.
Video: I-694 northbound closed in Oakdale as jackknifed semi hangs over bridge
A scary moment in Oakdale.
New details revealed in Bloomington restaurant shooting that killed Prior Lake man
Aaron Le has been charged with 2nd-degree murder.
Runways shut down at MSP Airport due to heavy snow
Some spots in the Twin Cities could see up to 8 inches of snow on Tuesday.
U of M researcher who dreamed of becoming doctor ID'd as victim in fatal crash
Ebony Miller was 24 years old.
Bank robbery in Savage sends Target into lockdown; no arrest made
This is a developing story.
Government official accused of stealing luggage at MSP Airport
Charges state Sam Brinton stole luggage with its contents valued at over $2,000.
Developer plans 'modern European' condos for Minnetonka
City planners are set to review a concept plan Thursday.
Expect up to 8 inches in Twin Cities; another snowstorm next week?
The latest from Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
Northern long-eared bat moved from threatened to endangered list
Populations affected by white-nose syndrome have declined by 97% or more.
Early closures at growing number of schools as snow falls in Minnesota
There are concerns over the afternoon commute.
Court: Ex-cop who fatally shot Philando Castile had teaching license wrongfully denied
The Court of Appeals sent the application back for reconsideration by the board.
Man dies after falling from party bus in Otter Tail County
The Fergus Falls Journals reports 24-year-old Raul Patino died from a traumatic brain injury suffered in the fall. The Otter Tail County sheriff's office says alcohol is believed to be a factor in the accident.
Otter Tail County reports its first cougar sighting
Department of Natural Resources officials say its the first cougar documented in Otter Tail County. They believe the big cat is traveling from the Black Hills in South Dakota.
Judge recommends alternate CapX2020 route
An administrative law judge says the CapX2020 project should cross the Zumbro River at the Lake Zumbro hydroelectric dam in Wabasha County. The Rochester Post Bulletin reports the 93-page ruling, regarding the 90-mile section between Hampton, Minnesota and Wisconsin, will go the the Public Utilities Commission for a final vote. Developers hope to complete the 700-mile project by 2015.
Rosemount company gets half-million dollar fine for polluting, filing false report
Spectro Alloys Corporation admits that it violated air pollution standards in 2007 and then filed false reports with state and federal regulators. In addition to a $500,000 fine, the company must come up with ways to ensure that future reports are accurate. Spectro makes recycled aluminum.
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