St Croix River
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO/AP) – The debate over building a new St. Croix River bridge in Stillwater picks up in the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. Republican leaders placed the bill on the legislative calendar, and the […]
Legislation on building a new St. Croix River bridge connecting Minnesota and Wisconsin could get long-awaited consideration in the U.S. House this week.
Sen. Klobuchar joined Dave Lee to discuss prospects for a new St Croix river bridge on Tuesday morning.
Minnesota officials say tests have detected signs of Asian carp north of the Coon Rapids dam on the Mississippi River, the last major physical barrier to their spread northward.
Senator Amy Klobuchar joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Monday to discuss the ongoing problems with the congressional debt committee.
It’s not on Lake Wobegon, but “Prairie Home Companion” fans have a chance to buy Garrison Keillor’s retreat in Wisconsin.
Tests are underway in three Minnesota rivers to check for the invasion of Asian carp.
The search for invasive Asian carp in the St. Croix and Mississippi rivers enters a new phase in the coming week.
A lobbying group for a proposed St. Croix (kroy) River bridge plans to return an $80,000 contribution.
Commercial fishermen along the St. Croix River are having the same luck as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in finding an Asian Carp. After a five-day search, the DNR came up empty-handed.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says no Asian carp were captured during a five-day search of the St. Croix River. But efforts to find the invasive fish will continue this week.
If Congress approves this fall, the Minnesota Department of Transportation says it’s ready to begin work immediately on a new St. Croix River bridge south of Stillwater.
Authorities have found evidence that invasive Asian carp are in the St. Croix River as far upstream as the dam at St. Croix Falls, Wis.
Authorities have rescued a group of young female canoeists who became stranded on the banks of the St. Croix River in northwestern Wisconsin.
It was a scary outing for more than a dozen young women from a YMCA camp in Hudson, Wis., early Friday morning.