The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging anglers and others to check ice conditions before heading out on the lake this weekend.
A Rothsay man is recovering after falling through the ice and getting stranded in the fog on a lake in northwestern Minnesota.
While winter can be fun, it can also be deadly. This is the time of year when virtually no ice is safe on lakes and rivers.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is warning the ice on the state’s lakes and rivers is still too thin to play on, so parents should keep a sharp eye on their children during the Thanksgiving holiday.
An 8-year-old boy and his siblings ventured out onto a thin coating of ice in Oak Grove when he plunged in.
Two snowmobilers are OK after their sleds went through the ice and ended up in Krays Lake south of Cold Spring.
A car broke through the ice on Forest Lake in Forest Lake, Minn. Sunday afternoon.
It’s one of Minnesota’s winter traditions that mixes craziness with creativity. Where else will you find people curling with “ice” stones using frozen eelpout for handles? Walker’s annual International Eelpout Festival on Leech Lake can easily draw crowds of between 4,000 to 7,000 spectators and anglers.
After responding to three incidents on Lake Minnetonka, Hennepin County is warning people about thin ice.
It may be cold in Minnesota, but that doesn’t mean the ice is safe yet.
A 59-year-old man is dead after falling through the ice on his four wheeler in Morrison County.