Northlanders are finally able to enjoy being outdoors and community organizations are taking full advantage of the sunshine."2nd annual Color for Hope 5K Fun Run and Walk. All the proceeds benefit the Northland campus of Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge," said Kieth Johnson of the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge.
A calm summer day. A great time to get on the water, and a prefect time to try stand up paddleboarding."It is a blast, it's a lot of fun, said Heather Holmes Co-Owner of North Shore Stand Up Paddelboarding.
Outdoor enthusiasts flocked to Brule this Memorial Day weekend to enjoy the great outdoors.
The Minnesota fishing season officially kicked off this past weekend allowing anglers to cast their lines in the state’s vast lakes and rivers.
"I hope that people start realizing the importance of treating everyone equally," said Adrea Grocke, Co-Chair on the Commission of Disabilities.
Team sports are a great way to get involved. However, for people that live their lives in a wheelchair, options are limited. That's where power chair soccer comes in."It's creating opportunity for everybody to be involved," said Mark Hanna of Courage Kenny Northland.
"We make nothing from this event. It's completely community driven and it's just a good start to the year to get the bike season going," said Kraig Decker of Continental Ski and Bike.
Highs in the 60s and full sunshine made for perfect conditions for baseball at the Twins home opener.
Lake Superior experienced an early thaw making now a great time to get out on the water."The lake's open," says Jake Boyce. "Kayak season has started."
Spirit Mountain is officially closed for the ski season, and it’s now getting ready for spring and summer fun.
Fox 21's Stef Manisero takes us out to the river in Brule, Wisconsin, where many are getting excited for a Northland tradition.
In this latest edition of the Great Outdoors, FOX 21's Stef Manisero takes you to Mont Du Lac Ski Resort where Ice Cross races are all the rage.
The Duluth Boat, Sports, Travel and RV Show is back at the DECC for the 49th consecutive year, where vendors from across the country are coming together to showcase the newest equipment and hottest items for outdoor recreation.
When Brynn Duncan was just eight years old, her life and her dreams changed forever.
“I felt good out there,” said Holly Brooks, a cross-country ski racer. “I thought maybe it was my day, and I was able to take it.”