A local will be the first Minnesotan to complete the world's largest sailboat race.
Mining & Environmental News
Thousands have come from all over the world to Lake Superior to see nature's artwork in one of its rarest forms.
When winter weather hits it's tempting to stay inside. But, that's not a luxury snow plow drivers have.
It's not a shock that last year's brutal winter caused major delays for the shipping industry as their tracks were blocked by ice coverage.
Spring cleaning has arrived for ice houses in southern Minnesota.
More than 200 people packed a room in the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is teaching people to hunt for their own wild turkeys.
The city of Duluth has a vision for the St. Louis River Corridor to become a destination for outdoor recreation.
If you plan to visit the ice caves remember to grab some cash.
If you plan on making the trip to the Apostles Islands it's advised that you dress for the journey.
A Minnesota House committee is considering a bill that would prevent the state from enforcing water quality standards designed to protect wild rice for at least two years.
With a hectic weekend in Duluth, businesses continued to thrive during all the craziness.
Cleanup of the contaminated former U.S. Steel Mill Site in Duluth could start as soon as this fall. But, part of that effort will involve tearing out the railroad tracks running through that site.
Minnesota's annual moose survey finds a continuing decline in the animal so closely identified with the state's north woods.