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Sea Wall Repairs Moving Forward

DULUTH, Minn. -  Constant waves coming in across the harbor and rolling underneath the bottom of the seawall have led to its corrosion. Now the city is trying to repair the damages. The repairs…

Duluth Public Schools Taking Precautions Against the Flu

DULUTH, Minn. - The recent flu outbreak has many Northland schools taking extra precautions. Several schools are seeing an increase in flu–like illnesses. But health officials at Lincoln Park Middle School in Duluth tell…

Fairlawn Mansion Celebrates Milestone Birthday

SUPERIOR, Wis. - A birthday celebration was held for the man who built the Fairlawn Mansion. Martin Pattison would have been 177 years on Jan. 17. He was instrumental in developing the Northland, so what better way…

Northland Foundation Grants Help Fund After School Programs

DULUTH, Minn.-  After–school programs and in–school enrichment across Northeastern Minnesota are receiving funding from the Northland Foundation. One of the largest grants is going to CHUM, totaling $50,000. Overall the Northland Foundation is giving…

University of Minnesota Duluth Facing Budget Cuts

DULUTH, Minn. - The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) will start the next fiscal year a little differently after  facing a nearly six million dollar budget deficit. UMD's solution is to follow…

Depot Foundation Helps Fund DAI Exhibits

DULUTH, Minn.- The Duluth Art Institute hosted an art reception showing off three artists works. Exhibitions such as this are funded through a partnership with the Depot. The Depot Foundation receives tax…

Hundreds Attend 9th Annual 'More Cowbell' Fundraiser

DULUTH, Minn.- The 9th annual More Cowbell fundraiser raises money for the Northern Lights Foundation, which helps support families who have children with life-threatening illnesses. On Thursday at More Cowbell, groups competed in…

Snow Storm Doesn't Stop The DTA

DULUTH, Minn.- The Duluth Public Transportation was not effected by Thursday's weather. Northlanders can count on the everyday routes even in heavy snowfall. Officials say driving the 30,000 pound bus equipped…

New Coffee Shop With A Twist Opening In Superior

SUPERIOR, Wis. - A new coffee shop with a twist is coming to Superior. Superior natives Mark and Annette Jacobson are behind the Twisted Pastries Coffeehouse. Twisted Pastries will offer unique flavors such…

Duluth Kicks Off Trafficking Prevention Month

DULUTH, Minn. - Jan. is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month and Duluth is honoring both victims and survivors. Organizers of today's gathering say when you have people willing to purchase other people and…

Cancer Screening Could Benefit Your Health

DULUTH, Minn. - It’s a procedure many of us may never think about until it’s too late. Cancer screening can be beneficial to your health, but local medical experts also say it’s a…

Duluth Designated Baby Friendly City

DULUTH, Minn. - Duluth has been named the fittest city and the least stressful city in the past and now one more title can be added to that list. Mayor Emily Larson was presented…

Twin Ports Cyclery Goes Out For A Ride

DULUTH, Minn. - Twin Ports Cyclery hosted its 40th annual New Year's Day Ride and Potluck. Organizers say the ride and potluck are more for the camaraderie. It's not considered an outward…

New Year's Resolutions Aren't For Everyone

DULUTH, Minn. - Annie Nielsen is from Maine, but is ringing in the new year in Duluth. Nielsen spent this New Year's Eve bundling up and braving the cold to check out the local…

Adventure Zone busy during cold snap

DULUTH, Minn. - With kids also out of school during this cold snap, cabin fever is also growing. Adventure Zone in Canal Park is a popular spot for kids and their…

Island Lake Inn Announces Closure

DULUTH, Minn. - The owner of the Island Lake Inn have announced they will be closing, effective immediately. According to a Facebook post on the restaurant's page, they will open for one…

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