"The Grey" starrring Liam Neeson opened this weekend. It features an oil-drilling team struggling to survive human-hungry wolves in remote Alaska. The co-founder of the International Wolf Center in Ely told the Duluth News Tribune there have only been two confirmed wolf attacks on humans in Alaska and Canada. Some organizations are even calling people to boycott the film. Wolves were removed from the federal Endangered Species list Friday.
Isolated severe weather in Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday
Definitely not a slam dunk either day, but the chance is there.
Driver ejected in fatal crash on Shepard Road in St. Paul
The driver of a Dodge Ram was ejected and died at the scene.
'Stranger Things' star Joe Keery spotted at Minneapolis vintage shops
The Hollywood star is in Minnesota filming a new movie.
North Dakota's only abortion clinic relocating to Minnesota
A GoFundMe set up to help the clinic make the move to Minnesota has surpassed its $500,000 goal.
Deadly vehicle fire on Interstate 94 west of Fargo
The victim's age and name have not been released.
Overturning Roe v. Wade won't do a 'damn thing' to prevent abortions, Walz says
Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Saturday meant to protect abortion access in the state and people who come from out of state seeking one.
Man crossing Highway 13 in Burnsville fatally struck by driver
The victim is a 31-year-old man from Prior Lake.
MNGOP-endorsed candidate Walter Hudson calls for murder charges if people in restricted states travel for legal abortion
"Dick's Sporting Goods desperately wants to kill children," Hudson wrote in a tweet.
Charges: Cop feared for his life during struggle for gun with suspect
Allen Denzel Oliver-Hall has been charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon.
Shootout near Erik's Bike Shop, Lunds & Byerlys in Burnsville
Police say youths were shooting at each other on Saturday afternoon.
New action movie upsetting Minnesota wolf expert
“The Grey” starrring Liam Neeson opened this weekend. It features an oil-drilling team struggling to survive human-hungry wolves in remote Alaska. The co-founder of the International Wolf Center in Ely told the Duluth News Tribune there have only been two confirmed wolf attacks on humans in Alaska and Canada. Some organizations are even calling people to boycott the film. Wolves were removed from the federal Endangered Species list Friday.
Billboards protest upcoming wolf hunt
A group called Howling for Wolves is paying for billboards around the Twin Cities to oppose the new wolf hunting and trapping seasons this fall, WCCO reports. The wolf was removed from the endangered species list last January and the state legislature told the DNR to go ahead with the hunt.
Wisconsin opens wolf hunt
Wisconsin's first hunting season since the gray wolf came off the endangered species list begins Monday. Hunters and trappers will be allowed to take 201 wolves by the end of February, although nearly half of those are set aside for tribal members. Unlike their Minnesota counterparts (whose season begins Nov. 3rd), Wisconsinites will be able to hunt at night and use dogs.
Wolf hunt opponents petition to stop season
A group opposed to the hunting and trapping of gray wolves is petitioning the Department of Natural Resources to cancel this year's planned wolf hunt in Minnesota. Howling for Wolves also has a billboard campaign in the Twin Cities. The group is rallying at the DNR headquarters in St. Paul on Thursday.
Wolf hunt: DNR reports more than 100 wolves killed in first eight days
Minnesota hunters have killed at least 110 wolves in the first eight days of the state's highly controversial wolf hunt, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The statewide quota for the early hunting season is 200 wolves, which runs through Nov. 18 or until hunters reach the limit.
DNR: Limited wolf-hunting season possible in 2012
The DNR says it's considering a limited hunting and trapping season this year. The agency says it's trying to ensure the species' long-term survival while also addressing conflicts between wolves and humans. The announcement comes shortly after the federal government said it will remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list.
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