What has always been a winter sport is now talking place on the Lakes in the summer.
A popular creature which made rounds across Minneapolis lakes last year will make its first appearance at a lake near you Wednesday morning.
Behind some of the clouds is silver lining. For one, drought conditions finally broke around most of the state.
In the land of 10,000 lakes, the question of what makes a lake a lake is a timeless one. How big does a body of water have to be? How deep? And aren’t some of these so-called lakes pushing it?
The winter of 2011-2012 may well go down in history books as the year ice passed over the state of Minnesota.
Bride-to-be Jennifer Truex explains that she will wed her fiance Dan Petrie on the ice of Gull Lake Saturday because they’re “outdoorsy people.”
It could be a rare sub-zero night Friday. The WCCO weather team says we’ve dipped into those negative digits only four times this year, compared to the usual 30 or so days at or below zero. And, we’ve only seen a single digit high temperature one day this winter.
After a rash of vehicles going into the water, the Hennepin County sheriff’s office is banning cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles from all frozen lakes in the county.
The warm weather is keeping the state’s fishers off the ice in south-central Minnesota this winter.
A group of architects plan to clean up an unhealthy lake in Minneapolis by using floating islands made of recycled materials, which is a first for Minnesota.
Six drownings occurred in Minnesota over the weekend, underscoring an already tragic summer on the waters.
In the land of 10,000 lakes, where do you begin to find the best? After canoeing on them, swimming in them, hiking around them, and staying near them, of course! We’ve outlined the best of the best to give you some top spots to enjoy Minnesota’s famous waterways.
Home to 23,000 people, Prior Lake has a quaint downtown with inviting shops, lovely parks for all kinds of activities, a beautiful, sparkling lake and a family-oriented attitude.
When the sun is shining and my family finds that we have a few spare hours or a whole spare day with which to amuse ourselves, more often than not, we head to Lake Harriet.
As people get on Minnesota lakes, the Department of Natural Resources and others are asking to keep a close eye on zebra mussels. Now, there’s a new campaign in the Twin Cities that’s hoping to stop the spread.