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04/18/2017 05:11 PM
Scientists say the moose of Isle Royale National Park are undergoing a population explosion as the number of wolves that prey on them declines.
Joe Zellner and Peggy Gabrielson are attempting something never done before this spring. They plan to kayak all five of the Great Lakes in less than a year. They leave for the journey Saturday, April 1 from Port Huron and plan to finish by November.
Boat lovers are being drawn to the waterfronts once again, as they wait to watch the lakers sail in and out of the Twin Ports.
A Silver Bay man has been charged for allegedly threatening the Lake County Sheriff, among other things.
The Brule River splits in two at Magney State Park, with some of the water flowing into the Devil's Kettle. Hydrologists believe they have finally figured out where the water goes.
The Minnesota DNR says the moose population is showing signs of stability after a large decline about a decade ago.
Federal officials are delaying a proposal for a new line of defense in the Chicago area to prevent Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.
Hundreds of people threw on their sneakers on Sunday to march for babies in Duluth.
A new report from the National Park Service estimates the local economic impact of visitors to Voyageurs National Park at about $24 million in 2016.