The snowy weather Tuesday afternoon didn’t stop Cloquet voters from deciding whether to approve a $55 million dollar school referendum.
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There are nearly 120 young people who are homeless on any given night in Duluth and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota wants to put an end to this.
From typical gold fish to salt water corals, World of Fish in Hermantown carries everything aquatic lovers desire.
Monday afternoon, students at North Star Academy shared story time, all in celebration of February being “I love to read" month.
According to the Department of Public Safety, a quarter of fatal crashes in the state of Minnesota alone are a result of texting and driving.
A Duluth hospital is hosting an event to help cancer survivors.
The Cloquet School District is calling for a $56–million dollar bond referendum. It's a hefty sum of cash that some people said is financially irresponsible.
"I feel home, you know, it's like the best way to put it," Duluth East High School student Abigail Mitchell said.
Invasive species have been causing havoc in our local ecosystem and Tuesday was a time to address the issue.
Gov. Scott Walker is prepared to spend millions more on rural schools, but some education officials said it won't be enough for some struggling districts.
It’s not unheard of to talk about a teacher shortage, as in full-time instructors, but what about a dwindling number of available substitute teachers?
The City of Duluth joined six criminal justice agencies in the announcement of a new domestic violence policy.
Champ the Bulldog's mascot, was celebrating a UMD student Wednesday.
UMD theater students are brightening up the days of kids around Duluth.
The future of the Duluth Public Library remains up in the air.