Duluth Heights Community Center Wins New Outdoor Ice Rink

Sen. Baldwin Supports Student Debt Relief Resolution

Iron Range Teens Recognized for Spreading Kindness

Dog, Puppies Doing Well After Found Alone in Snowdrift

Census Bureau Makes 'Urgent' Push for More Minnesota Workers


Wisconsin Retirement Fund Grows Nearly 20% in 2019

Two Charged in Thunder Bay Homicide

3 Die in Crash West of Thunder Bay

Indiana Man Charged after Fatal Crash North of Fort Frances

Artists in Residence Sought for Porcupine Mountains


Hundreds Jump into Superior Bay for Duluth's Polar Plunge

Pearl Harbor Veteran Celebrates A Century Of Life

Winter Barbecue Raises Money for Disabled American Veterans

The crash occurred near Highway 53 and Forest Road 614.

Two Injured in Snowmobile Crash Near Orr

Crazy or What?! Why Hundreds Will Jump Into Frigid Superior Bay Saturday
Parts of Hibbing Temporarily Lose Power During Record Cold
MN App Works to Provide Couples with Memorable Date Ideas
Carving a Path Towards Justice: Trafficking Survivor and Activists Speak on MMIW Crisis
Walking in Remembrance of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Department of Homeland Security Asks for Vigilance with Cybersecurity

The Department of Homeland Security is warning of Iran's ability to carry out cyberattacks. We live in a connected world, and a cyberattack on an individual can lead to a hacker gaining access to critical infrastructure. Lake Superior College Center for Cybersecurity director Vickie Mclain offers tips on cyber vigilance.

Minnesota Increasing Efforts to Enforce New Wage Theft Law

U of M Regents OK New Provost Contract of $500,000

Wis. Court: Prosecutors Can Charge Multiple Thefts as Single Felony

‘Booby Traps’ Found in Central Minnesota Farm Field

Rabid Kitten Bites Three People in NW Minnesota

Suburban Detroit Health Officials Confirm Rabies in Pet Cat

Frigid Temps, No Snow Can Threaten Pipes

Thunder Bay Bridge Reopens after Five-Year Legal Battle

New Studio Puts Radio DJ's on Display

Wisconsin School Choice Group Sues over Test Score Release

Minnesota DNR Rejects Ban on Lead Ammunition, Tackle

Church and Tiffany Share Plans for Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District
Wisconsin Records 2nd Child Death of Flu Season
Crazy or What?! Why Hundreds Will Jump Into Frigid Superior Bay Saturday

Trucker Accused of Trying to Lure Arizona Teen to Michigan

China Sees Big Drop in New Virus Cases; France Reports Death

Ivanka Trump in Abu Dhabi Ahead of Women's Conference

U.S. to Fly Home Americans Stuck on Quarantined Ship in Japan

Official says US, Taliban reach Afghanistan truce agreement

Canadian Protest Blockades Cause Rail Closures

United Pushes Back Expected Return of Grounded Boeing Planes

US Brings New Charges Against Chinese Tech Giant Huawei

The Justice Department has added new criminal charges against Chinese tech giant Huawei and two of its U.S. subsidiaries. Huawei is the world's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer.

US Open Jobs Fall Sharply for 2nd Straight Month

A Labor Department report shows the number of job openings in the U.S. has fallen by more than 1 million in the past year, the biggest annual drop since the Great Recession.

Poor Lake Ice has "Disastrous" Economic Impacts

5 Northern Minnesota counties are asking state legislators for disaster relief funding to help recover from a difficult winter tourism season.

Beijing Restaurant to Reopen Tuesday

The Beijing Chinese Restaurant on London Road in Duluth is reopening Tuesday. It has been closed since October 2018, when a fire caused $150,000 of damage. 

Valentini's Opens New Location in Hermantown

You can now enjoy Valentini's in Hermantown! The Italian style bistro offers the favorites you've come to expect, plus a full salad and pasta bar.

Beyond Meat Loses Tim Hortons But Wins Over KFC

Plant-based meat maker Beyond Meat is getting a thumbs down from Tim Hortons and a thumbs up from KFC. The Canadian chain is dropping the plant-based breakfast sausage, but KFC will start testing plant-based chicken substitute in two cities.

The Itasca Driftskippers are proud of new signs on their trails to help people find their way.

New Signs Helping Snowmobilers in Itasca County

Apostle Island Sled Dog Race Celebrates 25th Year

Elk Found Dead from Eating Corn in Northern Wisconsin

Infected Deer Traced to Pine County Farm