With a cap-mounted fishing camera, no fish can be caught, no hookset missed, no comedic catastrophe of klutziness contorted, without it being memorialized in video.
Inver Grove Heights father killed during suspected break-in
Three people were arrested in connection to the homicide.
St. Paul's upcoming Spring Break restaurant will celebrate the 1980s
The restaurant is one of two new concepts bring brought to downtown St. Paul by local Chef Brian Ingram.
49th suspect charged in Feeding Our Future fraud investigation
The suspect had booked a flight to Istanbul before being arrested.
Morgan Wallen among 3 headliners named for WE Fest 2023
Next year's festival will be held from Aug. 3-5.
Nearly 60 lbs of drugs seized in Rochester, 3 charged
The drugs consisted of cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl and marijuana.
Climate change in Minnesota is clearly seen at night
A lot of warm days and far fewer chilly nights.
Driver, 83, killed in collision with semi-truck in Northfield
The Northfield man died at Hennepin County Medical Center.
Impatient driver who fatally struck woman outside Taco Bell sentenced
Tammy Renae Olson was sentenced to four years in prison.
Police: Teens 'careen recklessly' in stolen BMW, Mercedes in north metro
They ended up crashing the stolen vehicles, with two arrested and two others on the run.
Charges: California woman embezzled over $1M from MN employer
Mai Xiong faces several federal charges in the case.
Panel supports raising Minnesota's fishing, hunting license fees
The Game and Fish Fund Budgetary Oversight Committee says they plan to push for the increase during the next legislative session. Without an increase, the Game and Fish Fund -- the collection of fishing and hunting license fees -- is forecast to run a deficit in 2015.
Thousands participate in Ice Fishing Extravaganza
Organizers of the 22nd Annual Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza had to postpone the event last month because of thin ice conditions on Gull Lake. The Star Tribune reports more than 10,000 anglers took part in the event this weekend.
2012 Fishing Opener: Audio updates from the Minnesota Broadcasters Association
Listen to audio updates from the 2012 Governor's Fishing Opener at Lake Waconia.
Bridge stories: 5 years later, survivors revisit I-35W collapse
In the five years since the I-35W bridge fell into the Mississippi River, the span has been rebuilt, most of the lawsuits have been settled and a memorial has been constructed. But pain, grief and memories linger for survivors. Here are a few of the memorable stories from that day.
Fishing licenses reel in strong sales
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says roughly 531,000 licenses were sold through the Friday before Memorial Day, the Pioneer Press reports. Next year, the price of Minnesota hunting and fishing licenses will increase for the first time in 12 years. License sales help pay for fish stockings and surveillance of lakes.
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