Pollution officials are set to vote Tuesday on two water permits that would clear the way for U.S. Steel's $300 million expansion of its taconite mine and processing plant in Keewatin. Environmentalists said the original proposal didn't do enough to protect water, fish or wild rice. They say the latest permits -- while not perfect -- are an improvement. The company says the project is ecologically sound.
In fear of season being 'wasted,' Zimmer chose to fire DeFilippo
Zimmer indicated that DeFilippo was the fall guy for a sputtering offense.