3M To Pay $850M In Settlement Over Groundwater ContaminationJury selection has been halted in Minnesota's $5 billion case against 3M Co., on the day the trial was expected to start.
State: 3M Waste Did Not Pose A Significant Threat To East Metro ResidentsA new analysis from the Minnesota Department of Health says water contaminated by 3M may have polluted the ground, but did not pose a significant health risk to people.
UNICEF Says 17 Million Babies At Risk From Toxic AirThe global humanitarian group says worldwide toxic air levels in some areas are six times higher than recommended limits
Air Quality Alert Issued For Parts Of MinnesotaThe worst conditions are expected during the afternoon and early evening in the Twin Cities area, St. Cloud, Hinckley and the tribal nation of Mille Lacs.
NE Mpls. Metal Recycling Plant Agrees To Help Curb Air PollutionState pollution officials say that a northeast Minneapolis metal recycling plant has agreed to voluntarily reduce dust generated at its business.
Grants Given To Help Great Lakes CitiesThe federal government is handing out $2 million to cities along the Great Lakes to cut down storm water runoff and improve water quality at beaches.
Winnebago Ethanol Plant Fined Again For Pollution A south-central Minnesota ethanol plant has been fined again for environmental violations.
Owners Of Boat Detained In Duluth Harbor Face Pollution ChargeThe German company who owns the cargo ship that was detained in Duluth last winter is facing criminal charges. The United States Attorney's Office has charged MST Mineralien Schiffahrt with one count of violation of the act to prevent pollution from ships.
Smoke Prompts Air Pollution Advisory For Parts Of MinnesotaThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has issued an air pollution advisory for parts of Minnesota, including the Twin Cities metro area. The agency says the advisory was prompted by a narrow plume of smoke form fires in Kansas and Nebraska.
Lead Levels In North Mpls. Cause Concern, Scrap Yard Under ScrutinyThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is concerned about air quality and the levels of lead in an industrial area of north Minneapolis.
Pollution Control Forming Agency On Environmental JusticeThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is forming a new advisory committee on environmental justice.
Dayton Appoints 8 To New Pollution Control CommitteeGov. Mark Dayton has appointed eight people to a new committee to advise the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Dayton created the panel by executive order last year after the Legislature abolished the MPCA Citizens' Board.