A virus with unknown source landed some University of Minnesota freshmen in the hospital Wednesday
The Minnesota Daily’s Board of Directors has selected the Office of the Publisher staff for the upcoming academic year.
A food industry giant is setting the tone in a nationwide push for transparency surrounding genetically modified organisms.
Trees might be better at adjusting to increased temperature than previously thought, according to findings from a University of Minnesota study.
A controversial Iron Range mining project is one step closer to the approval of its permitting process. Next month, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will lay out the permitting process for the highly anticipated PolyMet mine at a publi
While K-Cups are convenient to use, the single-serving coffee pods aren’t as easy on the environment.
Warmer winters have caused America’s national bird to stop seeking out more southern nesting places. Over the past several years, mild winters in Minnesota have triggered bald eagles to change their migration patterns.
The United States Department of Justice will review how the Minneapolis Police Department handled the 18-day 4th Precinct encampment protest following the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark in November. Mayor Betsy Hodges and Police Chief Janee Har
From shampoo to Girl Scout cookies, palm oil is an ingredient widely used in U.S. products.
Controversial oil pipelines slated to run through the state will be delayed following a Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling. Canada-based company Enbridge announced last month to investors that the completion of two of its pipeline projects proposed