A Duluth teacher is being recognized for his work with race relations in the classroom.
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The third annual "Housing for All" summit was held Wednesday to gather input from the community to end homelessness in the Northland.
Denfeld choral students got a lesson in music from a former opera singer.
Friday afternoon, Hermantown students flocked to Pike Lake for their boat races. Students built the boats out of nothing more than cardboard, duct tape and paint.
With two main entryways into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, through Ely and Grand Marais, there is no denying the wilderness helps to generate big tourism dollars for nearby communities.
Thursday, elementary students in the Hillside neighborhood practiced their basic bike skills at the 2nd annual bike rodeo.
Injury from head trauma is the leading cause of death for people ages 1 through 44.
Gov. Mark Dayton has followed through on his promise to veto the Legislature's budget for public schools.
As part of May's Older Americans Month a campaign is underway to shed light on seniors and their struggle with hunger.
Minnesota lawmakers are getting ready for a special session after Governor Mark Dayton vetoed the education budget.
Duluth students took their friends and family down the Yellow Brick Road Wednesday.
As the school year draws to a close, Wednesday was a chance for school children to get outside and hit the track.
Duluth School Board also discussed whether to increase activity fees for students on free or reduced lunch. For now, the issue was tabled.
There will soon be a new sport offered at Duluth Public Schools as Lacrosse is gaining attention in the Northland.
Duluth School Board held a special meeting Tuesday evening to publicly take a stance against board member Art Johnston.