It’s the 11th year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Windom Wetland Management District has conducted a trumpeter swan release on Wolf Lake. However, there are many obstacles for the birds to thrive in the southwest Minnesota lake. Each year, organizers wonder if they'll be able to do it again next year.
What does the future hold for the Vikings at linebacker?
Anthony Barr is hitting free agency, and Eric Kendricks is approaching age 30
String of vehicle thefts in St. Paul, most left running unattended
The department is urging people not to leave their car running unattended.
Duhamel replaces Estevez on 'Mighty Ducks' show on Disney+
The reboot premiered in March 2021.
Child COVID hospitalizations reach pandemic-high in northern MN
As omicron surges, more kids are ending up in the hospital.
'It's disgusting': Anglers dumping sewage on to popular ice fishing lake
A local CO told Bring Me The News it's people in newer, RV-style wheel houses.
Reward offered for information on 2021 double fatal shooting in St. Paul
It's been a year since Alejandro Rios and Michael Stewart were found dead on the sidewalk.
Reports: Poles to the Bears, Vikings 'may move quick' on Adofo-Mensah
That's according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, January 25
The test positivity rate has dropped for the first time since before Christmas.
Charges: Daughter admits to squeezing mom 'like a python,' killing her
She is charged with murder in her mom's death.
Video: Man harasses Jimmy John's workers, wishes death on them over mask mandate
"When are you going to start using that brain inside of your head," the man asks.
DNR investigating trumpeter swan shootings around the state
The DNR says dead birds were discovered in Kandiyohi County, as well as Brownton in central Minnesota and Pine River up north. Trumpeter swans are a federally protected species.
Lead fishing sinkers blamed in deaths of trumpeter swans
Several dead swans were found at Sucker Lake in Vadnais Heights this month.
Wolf hunting opponents rally in Duluth
Two groups against the upcoming wolf hunt in Minnesota, Duluth-based Northwoods Wolf Alliance and Twin Cities-based Howling for Wolves, organized an event dubbed the "Wolf Walk" in Duluth on Saturday, the WDIO reports. Minnesota's first wolf hunt in nearly 40 years is set to begin on Nov. 3rd.
Over 23,000 apply for state's first wolf hunt
A significant number of people showed interest in Minnesota's first-ever wolf hunt. More than 23,000 applied for permits but only 6,000 will be awarded. Opponents rallied in downtown Duluth Friday. Wolf advocates say Governor Dayton has the authority to stop the hunt on Nov. 3.
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