A Twin Cities food giant is attracting world attention not for what it puts on tables, but into the air.
Several environmental groups are asking Xcel Energy to rethink the way they charge people for electricity.
On the Stone Arch Bridge spanning the Mississippi River, environmental studies students basked Thursday under a warm October sun. And for instructor Jean Unzicker, no topic was more controversial than debate over the science of climate change.
When the Twins repeatedly have April snow-outs, and Duluth gets a record 50 inches of snow during spring, it makes it challenging to convince people to change energy policy because of the threat of global warming.