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DNR: Last of 3 Eagle Eggs Also Expected to Fail
Tens of thousands of viewers have logged onto a live camera trained on an eagle's nest in the Twin Cities, waiting for three eggs to hatch. An eagle still tended to the eggs Thursday, but the state Department of Natural Resources says it appears none of the chicks will hatch.
Meeting on Mille Lacs Walleyes Draws Big Crowd
One of Minnesota's most popular fishing lakes is likely to see tight restrictions this summer to help its walleye population recover. Officials from the Department of Natural Resources presented options to a packed meeting Wednesday night of residents and business owners in the Mille Lacs Lake…
Prosecutors Charge Ex-DNR Official in Data Breach
Prosecutors have charged a former Department of Natural Resources official accused of illegally accessing drivers' license data on thousands of Minnesotans. John A. Hunt of Woodbury is charged with six counts, including misconduct by a public employee and unauthorized computer access.
DNR Says Worker Improperly Accessed License Data
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says it's notifying about 5,000 people after an employee accessed their driving and motor vehicle records without authorization. The agency said in a statement Tuesday that the employee is no longer employed by the DNR. Spokesman Chris Niskanen say…
DNR to Research Dwindling Minnesota Moose Population
Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources is launching a moose research project in northeastern Minnesota to determine why the state's population of the animal is declining. DNR officials will hold a St. Paul news conference Friday to unveil what they're calling a first-of-its-kind…
DNR: Ice Still Not Safe on Many Area Lakes
Our recent snow, and colder temperatures, doesn't mean the ice on area lakes is safe. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding you the ice in many parts of the state is still not thick enough for most activities.

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