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University of Minnesota creates online survey gathering information on pandemic schooling

Money Matters

Five reasons to file taxes early

Financial topics to cover with your significant other

Keeping financial goals for 2021

Smart ways to save with your next stimulus check

2021 Financial bucket list

Money Matters: 2021 financial calendar

Gallery: Walking with Weathers on Good Morning Northland

University of Minnesota researchers create a new type of apple

Walz announcing a return to school plan for middle, high school students

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Grab your crayons kids!

Eating Healthy Recipes: Ways to Love Leafy Greens

Local Brews, Barbecue, Music at Hopped Up Caribou Beer Festival

Summer Bucket List, Healthy Ice Cream

Memorial Weekend Cooking: Greek Turkey Burgers

UMD highlighting Black Deaf History through free virtual event

Free COVID-19 testing site in Superior

Balder the cat is friendly and searching for a new family to love him

Lake Superior College hosts annual healthcare open house

Tips to staying heart healthy

Superior's 11th annual 'Love Your Local Artist' fundraiser begins

Court: MPCA not required to investigate PolyMet "sham permitting" allegation

The Minnesota Supreme Court says state regulators were not required to investigate allegations of "sham permitting" during PolyMet's initial application for an air emissions permit. The ruling notes that the EPA has enforcement options if PolyMet does not comply with its permit.

February spike expected in Minnesotans' home heating bills

Minnesota’s largest gas utilities are warning about high heating bills because of the state’s stretch of subzero weather.

Federal grand jury hearing evidence in death of George Floyd

Several witnesses have been subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury considering charges against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is already facing state murder charges in the death of George Floyd.

Minnesota COVID-19 Update Wednesday

The Minnesota Department of Health reports 761new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, with nine deaths. There was one death reported in Beltrami County.

Duluth-area media outlets join together for a "COVID-19 Vaccine: Finding Answers"

WDIO and other Duluth-area media outlets will partner with the local medical community on a day-long effort on Wednesday, February 24 to answer viewer questions about COVID-19 vaccine distribution and safety.   

New learning model proposed for Duluth secondary students

During the Duluth School Board meeting on Tuesday night, the district proposed an update to the current learning model for secondary students that would include four days in the classroom beginning March 29.