Minnesota Weather: Heat Advisory Issued For Twin Cities, DNR Warns Of Extreme Fire Danger Up NorthThe National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Twin Cities through 9 p.m. on Sunday. 
High Fire Danger Across Wisconsin, DNR WarnsWisconsin authorities say the majority of the state is under a high fire danger due to the low humidity and high winds in the weather forecast. 
Planned Closure For Walleye Fishing Begins For Mille Lacs LakeThe Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday that a month-long planned closure of walleye fishing on Mille Lacs Lake has begun.
Sheriff: Snowmobile Bridge Over The Snake River, Known To Many As 'The Million Dollar Bridge,' Set On FireThe Department of Natural Resources had deemed the bridge unsafe to cross in the past, resulting in its closure.
Viewers Flocking To Watch EagleCam After Pair Lays 3 EggsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says its EagleCam is getting record views this month as three eggs have been laid in the nest.
Fatal Snowmobile Crashes Are On The Rise, DNR ReportsThe DNR reported that last winter, 10 riders died in snowmobile crashes, compared to five the year before and three two years before that.
Wisconsin DNR Blames Late Season For Low Deer KillWisconsin wildlife officials say preliminary data shows hunters killed dramatically fewer deer during opening weekend of the state's traditional nine-day gun season than in 2018.
Wisconsin DNR Encourages Deer Hunters To Look For Feral PigsWisconsin wildlife officials are urging deer hunters to keep an eye out for feral pigs.
DNR: Trumpeter Swans That Appear To Be Trapped On Freezing Lakes Are (Probably) FineWildlife officials are reminding the public that when trumpeter swans and other waterfowl appear to be trapped on icy water they are, in most cases, fine.
Snowstorms, Heavy Rains, Take Toll On Pheasants In MinnesotaWildlife managers say late-season snowstorms and heavy spring rains have taken a toll on Minnesota's pheasant population.
Boys Pull 'Monster' Sturgeon From Minnehaha Creek; DNR Looking To Relocate ItTwo boys in Edina pulled a 6-foot sturgeon from Minnehaha Creek on Wednesday, and now conservation officers are working to find the massive fish in an effort to place it in more suitable waters.