A hunter was shot and killed Saturday morning while deer hunting in rural Bemidji, Minn.
A house fire in Bemidji Township claimed the life of one victim early Friday morning, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Bemidji Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a 31-year-old Bemidji man who went missing early Saturday morning.
Chris Ciotti’s goal at 16:51 of the third period lifted Lake Superior State to a 2-0 win over Bemidji State on Friday in men’s college hockey.
A Bemidji church official says he’s not discouraged after more than a dozen signs supporting the marriage amendment hanging outside the building were vandalized.
Smoke is hanging in the skies over a large part of of northern Minnesota as it drifts from the wildfires in the northwest corner of the state.
Bemidji Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a local artist’s sculpture which was damaged and then stolen.
The suspect in a diesel fuel theft incident in Bemidji was arrested Wednesday in Fargo, N.D.
Beltrami authorities are asking for help finding the second suspect in the theft of large quantities of diesel fuel around Bemidji.
A 21-year-old Bemidji man was drunk and lying in the road when he was hit by a car and killed last Saturday, according to authorities.
A 49-year-old Bemidji man died after an ultralight airplane crash on Monday evening, police say. The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash at Moberg Seaplane Air Base, a grass landing trip, located west of Bemidji off of 15th Street Northwest.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a car early Saturday morning in Northern Township. At approximately 3:00 AM, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office was notified of an accident near Balsam Road on Irvine Ave NW, approximately 1 mile north of Bemidji.
Bemidji is the kind of Northwoods destination that makes for a quintessential Minnesotan vacation. Located a little more than four hours northwest of the Twin Cities, it is an easy getaway for a quick weekend trip or an extended stay. While quieter than many other destinations, Bemidji still promises plenty to do and see, especially if you want to really get out and enjoy nature. Nestled in the midst of hundreds of quality fishing lakes and the Mississippi, a visit here offers rustic charm and outdoor fun for everyone.
Believe it or not, there are camps that specialize in training hockey goalies. In Blaine this week, the top boy and girl goalies in the state gather to try and master one of the most unique positions in all of sport.
Officials in Beltrami County are looking for volunteers to help with storm damage, as the area continues to deal with the aftermath of its early July storms.
With the large amount of debris left in the aftermath of the recent Bemidji storms, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has provided affected citizens with tips to prevent their homes and yards from becoming fire hazards.
Bemidji residents are dealing with widespread damage and no power after severe weather ripped through the area late Monday night.
Authorities in Bemidji are asking residents to travel only for emergencies after a severe thunderstorm caused widespread damage and knocked out most phone service in the city.
After leaving the bar, a 30-year-old man was found on a road outside of Bemidji with life-threatening injuries, police say.
Six teams got the thrill of a lifetime on Monday, not only playing for a state championship, but doing it at one of the finest baseball stadiums in America.
A 21-year-old woman from Bagley is accused of leaving her four children in a car at a parking lot while going into a Target store to shop for swimsuits while it was almost 90 degrees outside, according to charges filed Wednesday in Beltrami County Court.
Two men have been arrested Wednesday in connection with a racially charged cross burning incident in Bemidji, police say.
The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a cross burning in Bemidji that happened last Friday.
A 49-year-old Bemidji man has died after coming into contact with a power line while operating a boom lift, according to police.
Lab tests show that a North Dakota Highway Patrol captain arrested in Minnesota allegedly had a blood alcohol level nearly twice that state’s legal limit for driving.