Wisconsin DNR: Public Helps ID Shooter That Injured Deer HunterWisconsin's DNR says they found the shooter that injured a deer hunter Sunday after reaching out to the public for help.
4 Injured During Wisconsin's Opening Weekend Of Deer Hunt, 1 Dies Of Natural CausesTwo hunters shot themselves in the foot in two separate incidents in Oneida and Marathon counties.
'I Did It! I Did It!': Young Hunter With Down Syndrome Bags His 1st BuckLast weekend was opening weekend for deer rifle hunters in Minnesota -- and it was a hunt to remember for a Twin Cities family.
Deer Carcass Disposal Locations Available In Certain Areas Ahead Of Deer Hunting Season OpenerThe DNR is offering the service to help combat the spread of chronic wasting disease among deer in the state.
DNR Rejects Ban On Lead AmmunitionMinnesota wildlife officials have rejected a request from environmental groups to ban the use of lead in rifle bullets, birdshot and fishing tackle.
New Rules In Place To Prevent The Spread Of Chronic Wasting Disease In MN's DeerWith new rules in place to help combat the deadly disease, a major hauler says it won't take the waste for fear of liability.
DNR: 5,700 Young Hunters Bag Deer During Youth SeasonThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says there was a strong response to the first statewide season for young deer hunters.
DNR Busy Testing Deer For Chronic Wasting DiseaseThe problem is more widespread in Wisconsin - but the fear is Minnesota's population could be on the same path.
Wisconsin Hunters Keep Eye Out For Closs Clues On Opening WeekendWisconsin hunters kept an eye out for clues in the Jayme Closs case while spending the weekend getting their prized buck.
DNR: Deer Numbers On Rebound, Despite Brain Disease ThreatThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says deer numbers are continuing to rebound all across the state this year. Officials say the deer populations are now at or above its goal levels for lots of areas.
DNR: Hunters Should Get Deer Tested For Chronic Wasting DiseaseWith the number of deer on the rise, the DNR is expecting a good harvest this year, but they'll also be asking hunters to keep an eye out for a disease that affects the deer population.