An influential Democratic congresswoman wants to know why the Environmental Protection Agency opted against filing formal comments with state regulators when they considered whether to issue a key permit for
An influential Democratic congresswoman wants to know why the Environmental Protection Agency opted against filing formal comments with state regulators when they considered whether to issue a key permit for the PolyMet copper-nickel mine in Minnesota.
8th Congressional District Congressman Pete Stauber has introduced his first piece of legislation, which would move Polymet another step closer to “responsibly developing the NorthMet ore body in Northeast Minnesota.”
Follow the Science. That’s what Minnesota’s newest Governor Tim Walz has to say about the future of Copper-Nickel mining in Minnesota.
Global iron ore producer ArcelorMittal says no changes in employment, production or operations are expected when it assumes the role as managing partner for Hibbing Taconite later this year.
Walking along the newly constructed Highway 53 bridge offers a glimpse into mining’s past and future.
There’s Union Unrest in Pittsburgh as steel workers in our region try to negotiate a new contract.
Cleveland-Cliffs has reported it will no longer manage Hibbing Taconite.
After a tour of Industrial Weldors and Machinists in West Duluth, Pence touted the growing mining industry and newly added jobs in our region.
It’s been three years since the United Steelworkers Union has negotiated a contract for local mines, including U.S. Steel, ArcelorMittal, and Cleveland-Cliffs. The outlook on the industry was much different then, than it is now.
Iron Mining Association President Kelsey Johnson participated in President Trump’s round table on Wednesday.
Dozens of people piled in the Duluth Port Authority Wednesday to listen in on the roundtable discussion.
People held signs outside reading, "Minnesotans for Line 3" or "No Pipelines – Keep it in the Ground" and "Love Water, Not Oil."
A fight decades in the making. "In the steel industry, and with United Steelworkers, we’ve been in a trade war for over 20 years," said John Arbogast, President of USW Local 1938. The culprit? Illegal steel dumping.
Minnesota officials are working to repair damage caused by a flood of muddy water from an abandoned mine pit in the state’s northern region.