Wisconsin lawmakers have introduced a bill that would legalize hot pink for hunters and not everybody is thrilled about it.
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Congdon Park Elementary school students will be selling the edible and perennial plants they've been growing this season.
Paddling enthusiasts are trying to get a huge number of canoes and kayaks onto the Minnesota River Saturday for National Get Outdoors Day.
Hundreds have gathered in St. Paul to protest Minnesota's proposed Sandpiper pipeline.
Four teenagers from Hermantown received their group's highest honor Friday.
Kids with the Boys and Girls Club of Superior spent their day celebrating Arbor Day Wednesday.
Duluth has been voted one of three finalists in a national competition to receive a $100,000 grant from Bell Helmets to build a new mountain bike trail.
The rain Wednesday morning held off for just long enough to see some volunteer gardeners use their free time to help out the City of Duluth.
Battles over climate change and oil pipelines come to a head on three fronts in Minnesota this week.
A new study by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has found has found widespread contamination by pharmaceutical drugs and other chemicals in the state's lakes and rivers.
Everyone always talks about how important it is to know where you come from. But one Duluth man is proving it's equally important to know the history of where you call home today.
You may have noticed trees being planted along the Cross City Trail in Duluth Saturday.
It was a sea of green thumb enthusiasts Saturday morning in the Rose Garden parking lot.
UMD’s big research vessel launched its first-ever “Science on Deck” event.
Flower Planting Wednesday, June 3.