Walleye Fishing On Mille Lacs Returns To Catch-And-Release OnlyThis spring, anglers were allowed to keep one walleye apiece from 21-23 inches, or one over 28 inches, from the season opener through the busy Memorial Day weekend.
Minnesota DNR Places Temporary Ban On Moving Farmed DeerThe DNR says they are issuing the rule after the discovery of chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer at a farm in Beltrami County.
Minn. DNR Conservation Officer Sarah Grell Dies In Line Of Duty Following Crash Near Grand RapidsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced that one of its conservation officers died in the line of duty Monday morning.
Why Is The Walleye Minnesota's Most Popular Fish?Despite their iconic status, there aren’t really all that many Minnesota lakes that hold our treasured walleye.
Clean Car Debate At Minnesota Capitol May Lead To Summer Closures Of State Parks, TrailsYour summer camping trip could be cancelled due to a debate at the Minnesota Capitol over plans for new "clean cars" emissions standards.
DNR: 2 Bald Eagles Found Dead In Northern Minnesota Last MonthThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said the eagles were found in rural Blackduck on April 23.
Minn. Supreme Court Sends PolyMet Mine Dispute Back To DNR For More HearingsThe Minnesota Supreme Court gave a victory to environmentalists Wednesday in the long-running battle over the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
Young DNR EagleCam Stars Now Sporting 'Blood Feathers'Two of Minnesota's most famous high-flying residents are celebrating a big milestone.
Grass Fire Destroys Farm Buildings In Western WisconsinThe dry and windy weather continues to fuel grass fires in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Climatologist: Minnesota Winters Are 'Changing Pretty Quickly Before Our Eyes'Climate experts say winters are trending milder, and that impacts activates and businesses many Minnesotans love -- as well as things that are often unseen.
DNR Warns Lake Goers Of Deteriorating IceThe recent warm weather has quickly worsened ice conditions across the state.
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.
Snow And Tornado Warnings Collide On Wild March Day In MinnesotaFrom the southeast, to the northwest, and in between -- all types of precipitation fell upon Minnesota Wednesday -- but one element in particular threw the state's yearly climate calendar for a loop.
Crews Continue To Clear 22-Car Train Derailment In PlymouthPlymouth city officials says work continues Monday to clear a 22-car train derailment that happened Sunday afternoon.
DNR: Early 'Fish Kill' On Minnesota Lakes Isn't Cause For AlarmWarmer temperatures this week will be accompanied with ice melt, which can bring an unsightly and smelly situation to some Minnesota lakes.