'This Is A Public Health Emergency': Wis. Company Cancels Contract With Water Gremlin After WCCO InvestigationThe Wisconsin-based company that agreed to operate for Water Gremlin has said it is working to terminate its relationship with the company.
WCCO Investigates: Water Gremlin Finds Way To Continue Operating In WisconsinA WCCO-TV investigation found a manufacturing plant with repeated pollution violations has found a way to keep operating.
MPCA Orders Water Gremlin To Cease Partial OperationsA manufacturing plant with a history of pollution violations has been told it must shut down part of its operation.
Lawsuit Filed Against MPCA Over Water Gremlin Pollution InvestigationWater Gremlin and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency settled earlier this year.
Water Gremlin To Voluntarily Cease Use Of DCEWater Gremlin announced Tuesday it will voluntarily discontinue the use of Dichloroethane (DCE) after recent testing revealed DCE vapors were present beneath its manufacturing building.
Left Lane Law Enforcement Nets Dozens Of Citations, Warnings In First Two WeeksIt's been just more than two weeks since the Left Lane Law went into effect in Minnesota, and dozens of drivers have already felt its impact.
Neighbors Protest Outside Manufacturing Plant Where New Contamination Found Neighbors made their voices heard Friday morning outside a manufacturing plant where crews found new contamination.
'That's Awful': MSP Terminal 1 Travelers Without PreCheck Will Have Only 1 Security Checkpoint Amid ConstructionThe remodeling in the south checkpoint will take an estimated five months.
New Concerns Over Twin Cities Plant After Toxic Chemicals Found In Soil, WaterThere are renewed concerns about a manufacturing plant that illegally released a toxic chemical into the air for years.
Toxic Chemicals Found In Ground Water, Vapors Below Twin Cities PlantThere are new developments surrounding a manufacturing plant that released a cancer-causing chemical into the air for years.
Minneapolis Closes Lake Nokomis Beaches After 3 Young Swimmers Get IllHealth officials closed both beaches at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis Tuesday after three kids who swam there became sick with E. coli.