Minnesota House Republicans have finalized their bid in the state's education finance debate.
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The Minnesota House wants to restrict transgender students' access to school locker rooms and bathrooms.
Community leaders gathered at the Greysolon Plaza Friday for the 6th annual Boys And Girls Clubs of The Northland Ball.
Public safety personnel took over Proctor High School Friday.
For the first time ever, a memorial service was held Thursday to honor the 18 cadavers that students of science have spent the year dissecting.
Minnesota's Education Commissioner made a stop in Duluth to talk about Governor Mark Dayton's budget proposal.
Local educators came together Thursday to help create a better learning experience for students.
Duluth School's Superintendent, Bill Gronseth, has not been chosen as the new superintendent at a Twin Cities area School District.
Year to year, Duluth Public Schools are seeing a decrease in enrollment numbers throughout the district.
Students from area high schools had numbers on the brain at a competition Wednesday morning at UW-Superior.
UMD celebrated Earth Day with the beginning of a wind research project at their farm.
A long time leader at the College of St. Scholastic has announced his retirement. In 1 year, CSS will be welcoming in new leadership as Larry Goodwin made his official announcement Wednesday afternoon.
Students at Denfeld High School presented their custom-designed stained glass projects Tuesday to the community.
Minnesota community college students could one day have an easier time moving to a four-year state school.
Two vacant Duluth schools have been officially sold to a real estate developer, according to district officials.