Conditions are right for more lakes to develop harmful blue-green algae blooms.
The DNR is urging Minnesotans to consider it in some situations.
The MPCA says blue-green algae blooms are occurring all across the state.
The teen kept going under the surface near a dam on Otter Tail Lake.
The ongoing drought has led to worryingly low stream flow levels in some areas.
The gargantuan goldfish was found in Burnsville waters.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and Minnesota DNR provided BWI figures.
The agency says hot weather might be contributing to recent die-offs.
Can someone check the math on this?
The August-like weather could mean a green summer on local lakes.
An impatient Jeep driver, a bald eagle in a kennel, and more.
Well that's something you don't see every day.
Get your fishing gear ready!
The original pavilion caught fire and was torn down in 2019.
In some lakes, patches of thin and thick ice can be close together
And in a special deal for Bring Me The News readers, they're offering cabins for 50% off.
In the past, the DNR used airplanes to stock remote lakes with fish, but the survival rate of the fish was only 85%.
The BWCAW came in at No. 5 on the new list.
Conditions are right for a very rare brain-eating amoeba in Minnesota lakes, so officials want people to assume it's where they're swimming.
Nearly 500 bodies of water in Minnesota are infested with the invasive species.
There were also three water emergencies in St. Louis County.
The game from the Washington Conservation District game raises awareness of everyday pollutants.
Boating season is a stressful time for loons.