Starry Stonewort Confirmed In Northern Minnesota's Leech LakeThe invasive algae starry stonewort has been confirmed in northern Minnesota’s Leech Lake.
Cloquet Students Celebrate Arbor Day By Planting 500 TreesScience students at Cloquet middle and high schools celebrated Arbor Day by planting 500 trees in their school forest and outdoor classroom.
DNR Urges Extra Caution On Ice Following Recent Warm WeatherMinnesota is experiencing record warmth this month, and the Department of Natural Resources is advising those venturing out onto the ice to be extra careful.
'A Lot Of People Will Be Out There': Warmer Than Average Deer Hunting Opener AheadThe DNR says deer numbers are up this year and so are the number of hunters. 
Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener Postponed Until 2021Gov. Tim Walz announced Tuesday the 10th annual Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener has been postponed for a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota DNR: Fire Dangers High This Weekend In Northeastern MNThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is cautioning residents and visitors in northeastern Minnesota to be aware of elevated fire conditions this holiday weekend.
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.
'The Only Person Out Here Within A Mile': Turkey Hunting Gives Minnesotans Relief During COVID-19For Minnesota hunters stuck inside, the turkey season offers an opportunity to engage with the outdoors.
Sheriff: Pilot Makes Emergency Landing After Plane Engine Stalls During Flight In Northeastern MinnesotaNelson was able to land safely, with no damage to any property or the aircraft.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DNR Cancels 2020 Fish Egg-Taking Due To COVID-19The agency says missing one year won’t hurt the fish population.