Authorities are investigating the electrocution death of a construction worker on Thursday in Carlton County.
It was bolts of electricity that caused extensive damage to a handful of metro area homes.
Xcel Energy crews from Minnesota and Wisconsin are lending a hand in Ohio where about 445,000 customers are without power because of weekend storms.
Near a small strip mall along South Robert Street in West St. Paul, no power meant no gas at the pumps, no stop lights at intersections and no customers inside Lisa Harrington’s Martinizing store.
A 49-year-old Bemidji man has died after coming into contact with a power line while operating a boom lift, according to police.
As part of a deal to raise its electric rates, Xcel Energy is promising to spend more to prevent widespread power outages that have plagued Fargo in recent months.
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The University of Minnesota unveiled a giant wind turbine on Tuesday at its U-More Park facility in Rosemount.
The Obama administration wants to speed up permitting and construction of seven proposed electric transmission lines in 12 states, as it moves to create jobs and modernize the nation’s power grid.
A federal program to clear the air in natural areas may mean rate increases for electric customers in northwest Minnesota and eastern North Dakota.
Xcel Energy has set a new record for demand in the current heat wave as some customers cope with outages.
Xcel Energy says power has been restored to nearly all customers following Friday’s fierce storms.
Electricity has been restored for most of the 100,000 Xcel Energy customers who lost power during the storms that moved through the state on Friday, but crews will still be working Monday in some hard-hit areas.
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Xcel Energy reported early Tuesday night that 3,108 customers were without electricity. The outage was the result of the gusty winds, according to Xcel.