Police: Body Found On Red Lake Reservation ID'd As Missing 26-Year-OldPolice say the body of a man discovered on Thursday on the Red Lake Indian Reservation is that of a missing 26-year-old last seen in October.
Basketball Phenom Is First Red Lake Athlete To Sign With Division I SchoolGrace White won't be remembered so much for her stats or her talent, but for making history at Red Lake -- not once, but twice.
Teen Charged With Murder Captured On Red Lake ReservationAn 18-year-old Minneapolis man accused of murder is in custody after being in hiding for weeks. The Anoka County Sheriff's Office says Evan Ramon Denny was arrested Friday afternoon without incident on the Red Lake Reservation.
Blackduck Man Convicted Of 2 Rapes On Red Lake ReservationA 66-year-old northern Minnesota man was convicted Friday of sexually abusing two women on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The U.S. Attorney's Office says William Andrew Clark, of Blackduck, was found guilty of one count of aggravated sexual abuse and one count of sexual abuse in connection to two rapes on the reservation.
Crews Battling Wild Fires In Northern MinnesotaAuthorities say crews are battling at least two wild fires that started in northern Minnesota late Monday night. As of about 9 p.m. Monday, there were two grass fires about 1,200 acres in size that are burning on the Red Lake Reservation west of Highway 89 and north of Highway 1 in Beltrami County.
Red Lake Grads Offer Support In Newtown, Conn.A group of young adults from Minnesota with a keen understanding of the pain felt in Newtown, Conn., are traveling to the East Coast to let those affected by the elementary school massacre know that they are not alone.
U Of M Professors, Students Hope Living Dictionary Will Keep Ojibwe Alive Ojibwe is a language that's slowly disappearing.
New Welcome Signs For Red Lake Reservation BorderFour new welcome signs will greet people along the Red Lake Reservation border.
Red Lake Nation Plans To Reforest 50,000 AcresThe Red Lake Reservation was once a sea of red and white pines. But tribal officials say the federal government mismanaged the forest starting in the early 1900s. The pines were never successfully replanted, and thick stands of less valuable aspen took their place.