DNR: Zebra Mussels Confirmed In Bde Make SkaAn invasive species -- zebra mussels -- has been discovered in Minneapolis’ Bde Maka Ska.
Where Are All The Fall Colors?Leaves usually change color mid-September to early October in northern Minnesota.
Good News For Wolves In Minnesota: Population Remains SteadyThis stabilization is positive news.
DNR Rejects Petition For Fresh PolyMet Environmental ReviewThe DNR last month rejected a similar petition from the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy.
More Boat Patrols Out For July 4th WeekendFourth of July weekend is right around the corner and that means an increase in water patrols.
Weekend Crackdown Planned To Curb Drunken BoatingAuthorities are stepping up enforcement over the weekend, aiming to deter boaters across Minnesota from drinking and piloting watercraft.
Green Lake Preparing For Frozen Governor's Fishing OpenerGreen Lake is just three weeks from its latest ice out ever, which happened on May 8, 2013.
DNR: NE Minnesota Moose Population Stable, But LowThe Minnesota DNR released results of the 2018 moose survey Thursday.
DNR Officials Begin Fall Assessment For Mille Lacs WalleyeThe Minnesota DNR is netting fish on a big central Minnesota lake as part of the agency's annual fall assessment.
Mille Lacs Lake Shuts Down Walleye Fishing For 3 WeeksWalleye are off the hook at one of the state's most popular destinations for anglers.
Mille Lacs Lake Shutting Down Walleye Fishing For 3 WeeksWalleye fishing on Mille Lacs Lake is about to close for three weeks as fisheries managers try to revive its walleye population.
DNR: State's Largest Invasive Carp Caught Near Redwood FallsA bow angler fishing near Redwood Falls on Sunday caught what is believed to be the largest invasive carp in state history.
Sheriff: 3 Canoers Missing In BWCAThe sheriff's office received a report at about 11:30 a.m. that canoers were overdue on a trip off the Echo Trail in the BWCA.
'White-Nose Syndrome' Bat Disease Confirmed In 6 MN CountiesThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a disease that has killed millions of bats has been confirmed in six Minnesota counties.
Twin Cities Residents Give Warm Weather Mixed ReviewsYou say the warm weather in early March is getting mixed reviews? Not everyone is savoring the warmth.