St. Louis County authorities have identified the man who died in a cabin fire on Aug. 17 outside of Tower, Minn. The remains of Josh Michael Haavisto, 37, of Virginia, Minn., were found in a destroyed shack that had burned.
Before you head to the cabin this 4th of July, the Minneapolis Park Board has an important message. Do not bring any wood you may have chopped from downed trees. They say this is imperative in their fight to stop the spread of Emerald Ash Borer.
Authorities have identified a 50-year-old man who died in a fire that destroyed a cabin in northeastern Minnesota.
Police have arrested three people involved with an Oct. 16 cabin fire in Pope County, and the trio are expected to be charged with arson, burglary, felony theft and criminal damage to property.
A 19-year-old man is dead after being found outside an Itasca County cabin early Sunday morning, according to authorities.
For the second time this summer, a Minnesota swimmer has been attacked by an otter.
At Big Sandy Lake, the water is up 6 feet, 6 inches and it’s still rising. The lake can’t drain into the Mississippi River as it usually does, because the river is swollen from last week’s storms.
All this week we’re going to some of your favorite lake places, and Frank and Chris made their way to Detroit Lakes on Tuesday.
Frank Vascellaro and Chris Shaffer are going on the road to visit the best hot spots in cabin country. We want to know your favorite spot, so chime in!
Authorities are investigating the death of a 50-year-old St. Louis County man who was found dead in the water near his cabin late Friday.
More than 200 people had to be evacuated from a Delta flight bound for Seattle Tuesday.
For hundreds of years, people have gone to church services on Sundays. But at one church in Duluth this summer, Sunday will not be the day to congregate and celebrate the Lord.
Sheriff’s investigators say carbon monoxide may have caused the death of a Minnesota man whose body was found in his cabin in western Wisconsin.
Newly discovered documents from a cabin owned by President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s speechwriter are shedding more light on the evolution of the former general’s historic farewell address nearly 50 years ago, and his fears that America’s burgeoning military prowess was driving its foreign policy.