Matt Reinartz, spokesman for the Como Zoo, tells Minnesota Public Radio News the same migrating waterfowl suspected of spreading the disease in turkey farms also stop at the zoo in St. Paul.
Mining & Environmental News
Crews in Superior are halfway done with cutting down the remaining ash trees. But, the City of Duluth is looking at fighting the insect in a different way.
The Department of Natural Resources has determined that the environmental assessment worksheet (EAW) process for a proposed expansion at the Peter Mitchell Mine near Babbitt in northeastern Minnesota has provided adequate information on potential environmental effects.
It's a little beetle, but causes a big problem. Emerald ash borers pose a threat to streams and rivers in Superior.
UMD celebrated Earth Day with the beginning of a wind research project at their farm.
It's a sport that has grown exponentially in the Northland in just the past seven years, mountain biking.
Although it may not look like spring outside this week, the Mosquito and Tick Squad in Cloquet is sending out a warning about the upcoming tick season.
Since January there have been more than 50 wolf complaints in Minnesota, a number that is double what it has been the past few springs.
Fire crews have the upper hand on a fire that has burned thousands of acres in a northern Minnesota state forest.
The 18th biannual Birth and Baby Fair kicked off inside the Coppertop Church in Duluth.
Scientists say the number of gray wolves at Isle Royale National Park has dropped to three _ the fewest since biologists began studying the population on the Lake Superior island chain in the 1950s.
Less snow is making it possible for crews to continue removing ash trees in Superior.
Wisconsin lawmakers have approved a bill that would ban microbeads, the plastic exfoliant in soap, toothpaste and other personal care products.
People living on Park Point are asking the City of Duluth for a dog park in the area.
Spring has sprung but that doesn't come without allergies. This year, Doctors say a "pollen vortex" may have some of us reaching for the tissues more often.