Woman Recounts Bear Attack In North-Central MinnesotaA Minnesota woman attacked by a bear on her own deck says she doesn't know how she survived.
Businesses, Anglers Struggle With Walleye RestrictionsOnce one of the most popular spots around, walleye fishing on Lake Mille Lacs is catch-and-release this year.
DNR Teaches Fishing To New GenerationWith the fishing opener taking place this weekend, the DNR jumped at the chance to get a new group of young kids ready for the big day.
DNR Releases 10 Million Baby Walleye Into Mille LacsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is pushing forward on efforts to restock Lake Mille Lacs with walleye.
DNR: Don't Touch Deer FawnsSpring has sprung which means many animals are giving birth to their young, including deer. Now, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding Minnesotans to leave deer fawns alone.
Week Of Dry Weather Boosts Wildfire ThreatState officials are warning that this week’s forecast of warm and dry weather comes with an increased risk of wildfires.
DNR: Previously Unreservable Campsites To Be Made AvailableHaven’t booked your campsite for Memorial Day weekend yet? Don’t worry, hundreds of previously unreservable sites at Minnesota state parks will become reservable next week.
DNR Restricts Signs For Aurora Forum On PolyMet PermitsThe Department of Natural Resources is restricting what kinds of signs people can bring to a forum in Aurora on the permitting process for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
Stream Trout Season Begins For Minnesota AnglersSaturday marks the first day anglers can keep the trout they catch in Minnesota streams.
Use Of GPS Device Leads Judge To Dismiss Poaching ChargesA Minnesota judge has dismissed criminal charges against a man accused in a high-profile poaching case because of a tracking device used by authorities.
DNR Reverses Mille Lacs Live Bait BanThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday that it’s had a change of mind when it comes to the use of live bait on Mille Lacs Lake this season.
Officials Ask For $72.5 Million For Minn. State ParksThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is requesting $72.5 million from the state Legislature, about half of which would go toward fixing up aging recreational facilities and overused trails at parks across the state.