Pine Co. Judge Heather Wynn Speaks Out About Loss Of Her Husband, DNR Officer Eugene WynnThe wife of a fallen Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Eugene Wynn is speaking out for the first time since her husband's death.
Sheriff: DNR Conservation Officer Eugene Wynn Dies Near Pine CityA Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer has died after an incident on Cross Lake in Pine City Friday evening.
DNR Calls All School Kids For Campout ChallengeCommissioner Sarah Strommen wants to fill as many state park campsites the first weekend of summer break.
Some Parks Could Be Closed For Months Due To Spring FloodingAs of right now, officials say it's unclear whether the parks will even be available for Memorial Day weekend.
Minnesota DNR Confirms Zebra Mussel Larvae In Red LakeZebra mussel larvae typically indicate the presence of a reproducing population of zebra mussels. No adult zebra mussels have been identified, but DNR research scientist Gary Montz says "the most reasonable conclusion" is that the larvae came from adult reproduction within the lake.
Miserable Winter? More Like Mild, According To The DNRDespite how miserable this winter has felt, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has classified it as "mild."
Minnesota DNR Approves Fargo-Moorhead Flood Prevention PlanThe flood plan still needs other permits. A federal judge stopped construction on the previous project.
DNR Warning Minnesotans Of Thin Ice DangerThe recent warm streak through the last half of December in Minnesota has led to the thinning of what usually would be thick ice.
Wild Deer Tests Positive For Wasting Disease In SE MinnesotaMinnesota wildlife officials say a wild deer taken in Houston County has tested positive for apparent chronic wasting disease. The Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday that official confirmation will come later this week. The hunter has been notified, and the DNR is arranging to pick up the meat and carcass.
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.
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.