What Does The Smoky Haze From The Wildfires Mean For Minnesota? Good QuestionThere has been a haze over Minnesota skies this week coming from the wildfires more than 1500 miles to the west. So, what does this smoky air mean for Minnesota? Good Question.
'We Are Proud Of Them': Minnesota Crews Heading To Oregon To Help Battle WildfiresGov. Tim Walz says nearly 30 Minnesota firefighters and nine trucks will depart Tuesday morning for Salem, Oregon, where state officials requested emergency backup through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact.
Minnesota Helps Fight Wildfires In CaliforniaSome Minnesota agencies are helping put out wildfires Monday that are devastating California's landscape.
Amid Wildfires, UW-Eau Claire Marching Band Travels To AustraliaEvery two years the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire marching Blugolds go international. For sophomore trumpet player, Lucy Smith, the upcoming trip to Australia and New Zealand is dream come true.
Officials Say Relief On The Way From Smoke Due To WildfiresA smoky haze continues to hamper many areas in northwestern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota as a result of the wildfires in Canada.
DNR: Minnesota Fire Danger Is High Despite Wet GroundThe Department of Natural Resources warns Minnesotans to be cautious near campfires this spring. Even though the ground may be wet, the DNR says burning debris piles can still be dangerous until the foliage turns green.
Spring Burning Restrictions Expanded To 24 More Counties Burning restrictions have expanded to include counties in northern and west-central Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Red Flag Warning For Extreme Western MinnesotaWeather officials say there’s a threat wildfires could spark and rage Thursday afternoon in western Minnesota.
DNR To Drone Pilots: Don’t Fly Over WildfiresAs concern over wildfires is ramping up in Minnesota, the Department of Natural Resources has a message for drone pilots: Do not fly over or near wildfires.
Rain Helps End Camp Fire, But Hampers Search EffortsA deadly wildfire is nearly contained after several days of rain in Northern California, but searchers are still completing the meticulous task of combing through now-muddy ash and debris for signs of human remains. Crews planned to resume the grim task Saturday after working on-and-off the day before amid a downpour in the devastated town of Paradise. Some are now looking through destroyed neighborhoods for a second time as hundreds of people remain unaccounted for. They're searching for telltale fragments or bone or anything that looks like a pile of cremated ashes.
Reality Check: 'Rake' America Great Again?The death toll from the California wildfires now tops 80, and hundreds more are still missing. President Donald Trump blames state officials for not doing enough to prevent the fires. But is that true? And what is the plan to protect the woods in Minnesota?