Red Lake Nation Worries About Arrival Of Zebra MusselsRed Lake Nation tribal scientists are checking the waters of Lower Red Lake frequently for the appearance of zebra mussels that have already invaded the Upper Red.
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.
Red Lake Man Pleads Guilty To Fatal ShootingEighteen-year-old Michael Wayne Whitefeather entered his guilty plea Monday in St. Paul.
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.
Beltrami Co. Sheriff: 2 Arrested For Shooting Man In Neighborhood DisputeTwo men are in custody in connection to the shooting of a Red Lake man Thursday afternoon in Beltrami County.
Bodies Of Fishermen Missing Since November RecoveredThe bodies of two fishermen missing in northern Minnesota since November have been recovered.
Bemidji Police Searching For Missing Red Lake WomanBemidji police are asking for the public's help to find a missing Red Lake woman.
Domestic Abuse Suspect Arrested After Long Police StandoffA western Wisconsin man is behind bars after a four-and-a-half-hour standoff with police in dangerously-cold temperatures.
Red Lake Man Charged With Killing Minor Over Stolen PlayStationA 20-year-old Red Lake man has been charged with murdering a minor allegedly over a stolen video game system.
Leader Of Heroin Ring That Dealt On Reservations Sentenced To 25 YearsThe leader of a drug trafficking ring that brought heroin to Minnesota and North Dakota Indian reservations has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
VIDEO: SUV Appears To Be Driving On Water On Upper Red LakeMinnesota is the place to be right now for wacky weather phenomena, with a snowstorm approaching not three days after much of the state was in the 60s.