Faribault police say they've identified three teenagers suspected of illegally cutting down trees in the city including a tree planted in memory of a student who died in 2009. Police say Monday the trees were cut down at Faribault High School and the Faribault Soccer Complex. The suspects include two 19-year-olds and one 18-year-old.
Minnesota's two licensed medical marijuana manufacturers have lost a combined $11 million in two years of legal sales. Minnesota has among the strictest programs of nearly 30 states with medical marijuana laws.
Minnesota's Republican Legislature is sending the remainder of its budget bills to Gov. Mark Dayton's desk. Then the real work begins. GOP legislative leaders abandoned the negotiating table last week and began sending the Democratic governor their own versions of the budget.
Hibernating bears are the focus of researchers from the University of Minnesota the experts at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Researchers are studying the immobility of the bears during hibernation and the fact they lose body fat, but not physical strength.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce kicks off a public comment period Monday when it releases a draft environmental review for Enbridge Energy's proposed replacement for its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
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