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
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Despite Calmer Weather, Top 5 Red River Flood Still in Play
Poor Lake Ice has "Disastrous" Economic Impacts
Former Hilltopper Peter Hansen Makes DI Baseball Debut
Stout Stifles UWS in Regular Season Finale
Proctor Advances to Section Quarters, Superior Finds Redemption
Myer Sets New Career-High, Bulldogs Extinguish Dragons
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Animal Allies: Patch Adams
Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance Putting on Movie Night
Exotic Animals at the Duluth Boat, Sports, Travel, and RV Show
A Night of Great Drinks for Great Causes
Regents Consider Sale of KUMD-FM to WDSE-TV
Actor Jussie Smollett Faces 6 New Charges in Chicago
Defense Rests Without Weinstein Testifying at Rape Trial
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Clouds increase tonight into Monday along with a chance for snow. The morning commute may be slick for some. READ MORE
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National Weather Service officials say they are not ruling out the possibility of a top five flood in the Red River Valley.
5 Northern Minnesota counties are asking state legislators for disaster relief funding to help recover from a difficult winter tourism season.
It appears Antarctica has broken a heat record after reaching 65 degrees on Thursday. The World Meteorological Organization is seeking to verify the new temperature record.
Hidden in a forest north of Grand Rapids is a multi-million dollar research project that has global implications. The study funded by the U.S. Department of Energy is exploring the impacts of rising temperatures on wetlands.
The Itasca Driftskippers have updated their signs, giving people a better idea of where they are and where they can go next. The reflective signs include a map and contact information.