The state park has almost wrapped up plans to expand the grounds from 24 to more than 100 campsites. The DNR says the sites will be state-of-the-art. The Duluth News Tribune has more details on the amenities campers should expect.
Photos: Winners of the World Snow Sculpting Championship in Stillwater
Twelve teams from around the world competed.
Court issues mixed ruling on PolyMet, orders more analysis on water permit
The court, however, overruled several challenges to the permit.
Police release images of woman driving stolen Audi that had puppy inside
It's not clear whether she was involved in the vehicle theft.
Fatal hit-and-run driver can avoid prison time with plea deal
He was charged with striking and killing a 56-year-old who was walking her dog.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, January 24
Case levels remain very high in Minnesota.
Woman killed in St. Paul's North End identified as 31-year-old
A 35-year-old man has been arrested in connection to the shooting.
Mom pleads guilty to sex trafficking young daughter
Her trial was set to begin this week.
Homes shot at randomly in Wisconsin; residents nearly struck
The people inside the homes were nearly struck, according to the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office.
Charges: Man killed roommate's 4 pet ferrets after argument
He told police he swears one of the ferrets was "laughing and breathing" as he kept shooting it in the head, charges state.
St. Cloud 27-year-old ID'd as victim of homicide near U of M
The shooting, which also injured two others, occurred Thursday near the 500 block of 15th Avenue South.
Liquor store employee shot twice while trying to stop shoplifter
No arrests have been made.
What led to the construction of the Split Rock Lighthouse?
On July 31, 1910, the Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors opened on Minnesota's North Shore. Why was it built? A) To increase tourism north of Duluth. B) To serve as the perfect background subject for artists and photographers. C) As a response to a 1905 storm that sank dozens of ships on Lake Superior. For the answer, click on the headline above...
Target exec overseeing expansion in Canada steps down
Marketing chief Michael Francis is leaving Target and will become president of J.C. Penney. Francis has been overseeing Target's plans to expand in Canada, where the company hopes to start opening stores in 2013.
Hunters, anglers and environmentalists get behind higher license fees
A coalition of groups are urging lawmakers to raise license fees for hunting, fishing and boating. The fees that support the state's Game and Fish Fund haven't gone up since 2001, and the fund will dip into the red by 2013 without more cash flowing in.
Lawmakers look to hunting, fishing fees to bolster budget for outdoors
The state's Game and Fish Fund could be in the red by next year if nothing changes, a fact that has some lawmakers looking to raise license fees as they try to scrounge up the cash to fight invaders like Asian carp and zebra mussels.
After a year indoors, people are flocking to MN state parks and campgrounds
Campsite occupancy rates and annual state park permit sales are up.
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