The freedom and open beauty synonymous with gravel riding isn't exclusive to southern Minnesota.
Seeking edibles is deeply held tradition for some in the Hmong community.
Dave Rorem has learned from the best of his peers, taught the best retrievers.
An Anoka County deputy saved the lives of two drowning fawns Tuesday.The deputy found the pair of baby deer submerged in a wetland. After pulling…
What outdoors people are reading, watching, following, and more.
Photographer Travis Novitsky of Grand Portage, Minn., has an affinity for the night sky.
Weekend programs at state and regional parks.
Like crows, the birds rank high in intelligence.
Using fanned tail feathers as a decoy helped father-in-law, 93, take his shot.
New owner realized she had learned to waterski on the water in the 1960s.
Nicolas Selinger, age 7, of Deephaven, caught this 10-inch crappie May 14 from the dock at Deephaven Beach using canned corn.
A 22-year-old Minnesota man died over the weekend while rock climbing in Colorado, officials there announced Wednesday. The Larimer County Medical Examiner’s Office said Mitchel…
Bear hunters won't be able to use hounds in central Wisconsin under changes the Department of Natural Resources board made to the agency's bear management plan Wednesday after opponents called the practice a blight on the state.
The state Department of Natural Resources board has approved a 2019 deer hunt framework that doesn't include any buck-only counties for the first time in a decade.
Find out where the hot spots are all around the state.
Especially at night and in other lowlight conditions, floating crankbaits trolled 2- to 4-feet deep on long lines can fool a walleye or two.
The summer touring mission of the colorful 8-by-12 shack and summer tour, open again this weekend at Bde Maka Ska/Lake Calhoun, is to create surprise moments to introduce urban youth and young adults to fishing.
The family of an angler whose catfish held a South Dakota record for nearly 70 years is upset that state wildlife officials voided the record.
Minnesota is wasting millions of dollars on trout habitat projects in the Driftless Area by forcing contractors to use woody debris instead of rock to protect stream banks that are washing out in spectacular fashion, a pair of rehabbers say.
Interior Department officially renewed mineral leases last week for copper mining near wilderness.