Battle Over Bottled Water On Lake Superior: An Entrepreneur's Vision Comes Up Against A Community's ConcernsA Minnesota woman is launching a legal battle with Wisconsin officials over her plans to start a bottled water company near Lake Superior. The struggle is pitting entrepreneurial aspirations against environmental concerns.
Amid Heat Wave, Minnetrista Issues Watering BanThis early summer heat wave has forced a central Minnesota city to issue a watering ban.
Woodbury Takes Emergency Action To Clean Wells Contaminated By 3M ChemicalsThe city of Woodbury is speeding up the construction of a temporary water treatment facility to clean wells contaminated by chemicals from 3M.
MPCA: St. Croix River, Hundreds Of Minnesota Waterways Added To Impaired Waters ListMore than half of Minnesota's lakes, rivers and streams don't meet state pollution standards.
Environmentalists Want 2020 Candidates To Focus On Clean WaterA five-part platform seeks $475 million in annual funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which deals with chronic problems such as toxic pollution and wetlands loss.
Tyler Perry Gets ‘Mad As Hell’ Over $9 Bottled Water At Minneapolis HotelWhile staying at a Minneapolis hotel, the actor, director and playwright Tyler Perry got “mad as hell” when he saw the bottled water priced at $9 in his hotel room, and he took his frustration to Instagram.
DNR: Groundwater Use Around White Bear Lake Is SustainableAfter being forced to review the groundwater use around White Bear Lake, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources determined that the water usage was sustainable, even if each well user pumped the maximum amount of water allowed for years on end.
NASA Finds 'Water Ice' On The Surface Of The MoonScientists have long believed that water ice could exist in the ever-dark recesses at the moon's poles and that belief has finally been confirmed in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Aug. 20.
How Much Water Do We Use In The Twin Cities?Most of that water is used by power plants to generate power. Slightly more than a quarter goes to public water systems.
Shopping Excelsior For Holiday GiftsCharming Excelsior has plenty of holiday gift options.
U Researchers Creating Method To Break Down Drugs In Wastewater University of Minnesota researchers are developing a way to better foresee how drugs break down in wastewater.
Blaine Officials Say Water Issue Was Caused By Power FailureIt's like déjà vu all over again for residents in Blaine on Monday after problems with the city's water system have shut down schools there for the second time this year.
Boil Order Issued In Blaine As Water Service ReturnsResidents in Blaine found themselves without water service Sunday morning, and city officials say it was due to a computer glitch.
Dayton Wants Minnesotans To Think About Their Daily Water UsageGov. Mark Dayton is asking Minnesotans to take a Water Stewardship Pledge, and to rethink how water affects their daily lives and how they use it.
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.