DNR Explains Shooting Black Bear Wandering Near Lord Fletcher'sThe shooting of a black bear in Minnetonka near a popular lakeside restaurant has many people taking to social media.
Leg Traps Found On Popular Minneapolis Walking TrailConservation officers want to know who set animal traps near a popular walking trail.
Minn. DNR Blames Illegal Goldfish Release For Dead CarpA virus from the koi goldfish also has been found in at least eight other southern Minnesota lakes in the past year.
Heavy Rains Trigger No-Wake Zones On Minn. Lakes, RiversThe DNR is warning swimmers and boaters about high water on many Minnesota lakes and rivers this holiday weekend.
Police: Boy Injured By Fisher In Detroit Lakes NeighborhoodOfficials believe a ferret-like animal called a fisher seriously injured a 5-year-old boy Friday in Detroit Lakes.
How Many Minnesotans Have Boats?From fishing to water skiing -- to just cruising on the lake, Minnesota has a special relationship with boats.
Mother Duck Returns To Bloomington SchoolA duck in Bloomington knows how to make an exit with her ducklings.
A Blizzard Of Whirligigs: Why Are We Seeing So Many Flying Seeds?All of the maples seeds can look like a tree is dying, but that’s not the case.
Police: Black Bear Spotted Roaming Near Homes In BurnsvillePolice in Burnsville are asking residents to be cautious as there has been a black bear spotted in the southeast area of the city.
DNR Stresses Water Safety Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendIn Minnesota, children under the age of 10 are required by law to wear life jackets while on boats.
DNR Develops Online App To Track Bear SightingsEarlier this month, the DNR developed an online tool that allows people who see bears to record their findings.
DNR Releases New Firewood Rules For State ParksThe Minnesota DNR has new firewood laws for campers and people planning to visit state parks this summer.
DNR To Fishing Opener Anglers: Be Aware Of Cold Lake WaterWith late ice outs on many Minnesota lakes, the water is only about 40 degrees in many spots.
Bonding Money Would Make State Parks More AccessibleMost of Minnesota’s 75 state parks were constructed long before the ADA became law -- and officials want funds to make changes.
Some Minnesota Lakes Still Dealing With Ice Ahead Of Fishing OpenerIt's a fun day for Minnesota anglers, but they'll need to make some choices about where to fish.