MPCA Warns Of Blue-Green Algae BoomThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is warning people about blue-green algae.
White Bear Lake Home Built On Car Battery CasesBurnell and Sue Brown have a million dollar view in White Bear Leak, but their foundation hides a serious problem.
MPCA Releases Plan On How VW Settlement Money Will Be UsedThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will announce the state's plan for investing the money it got from the Volkswagen emissions settlement on Wednesday.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Closing Willmar OfficeThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is permanently closing its Willmar Office on Friday.
MPCA Hearings On Water Quality Standard Set To BeginThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency kicks off a week of public hearings across the state Monday on changing a water quality standard that's meant to protect wild rice.
Muddy Minnesota River Straining By Increased Water FlowThe Minnesota River is straining from a big increase in water flow and the resulting sediment is offsetting slim gains in water quality.
MPCA Issues Air Quality Alert For Central, Eastern MinnesotaThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency issued an air quality alert for central and eastern Minnesota until 8 Friday night.
MPCA Issues Air Quality Alert For Large Portion Of MinnesotaThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air quality alert for southwest, western and central Minnesota due to fine particle pollution caused by wildfires in Canada.
Minnesota PCA Proposes Changes In Wild Rice ProtectionMinnesota regulators have released proposed rule changes meant to protect wild rice from sulfate pollution.
Researchers Hope To Predict Blue-Green Algae OutbreaksSix Minnesota lakes are currently being studied for the conditions that produce dangerous blue-green algae.
Study: Road Salt In Lakes, Rivers May Wipe Out Aquatic LifeTwin Cities lakes and rivers face a pollution threat that could wipe out fish and other aquatic life by 2050.
Kansas Fires Lead To Western Minn. Air Quality AlertThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has issued an air quality alert for western parts of the state because of smoke from Kansas fires.