Democratic state senators are pressing for more answers on why the coach of Minnesota Duluth women's hockey team is being let go.
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In a Fox follow up, the proposal to combine Carlton and Wrenshall school districts has halted.
In an effort to encourage people to treat one another with respect Mesabi-East School's showcased two plays Monday aimed at anti-bullying.
University of Wisconsin Superior supporters and even lawmakers are banding together to fight against a potential $300 million budget cut to the UW System.
As Wisconsin schools prepare to give new standardized tests this spring, teachers and administrators say the time, effort and money they're putting into the exams may be pointless.
The Superior School District is moving forward with plans for an upcoming referendum after another piece of the puzzle falls into place.
More than 140 people got together to learn more about health care jobs at Lake Superior College Wednesday evening.
With their blinged out pink hard hats Northland girls took on jobs traditionally dominated by men.
After a fresh dose of snowfall here in the Northland, it means it's time to get those brushes out and wipe it off your vehicle.
It's no secret child care is expensive in Minnesota. The average center based day care costs $11,000 a year.
The snowy weather Tuesday afternoon didn’t stop Cloquet voters from deciding whether to approve a $55 million dollar school referendum.
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.