CLOQUET - Leadership, initiative and loyalty are all qualities any parent would like to instill in their kids, and one boy scout troop in the Northland, has been passing those qualities down for 75 years.
DULUTH - If the amount of people at the public hearing on synthetic drugs Friday in Downtown Duluth was any indication of the problem, it's safe to say, people are very concerned.
DULUTH - The Duluth Transit Authority is taking a proactive approach to curbing the synthetic drug problem in Duluth.
DTA officials say they will remove the bus shelter near the Last Place on Earth because the shelter has become a hang-out for dealing drugs.
RED CLIFF - "There really isn't anywhere that we can go in either direction or anywhere that we can move up," Red Cliff Community Health Center Health Division Administrator Patricia Deragon-Navarro said.
GNESEN TOWNSHIP - Wendy Krook always considered she and her husband lucky to have the Seeds of Hope Youth Ranch, a place where at-risk youth can learn to ride and take care of horses.
ST. PAUL - Minnesota's public safety commissioner says she's reinstating training for law enforcers on how to better spot drug users because she's confident in changes aimed at resolving controversy related to the program.
DULUTH - Bob Dylan fans lined up at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC) Friday to be some of the first to get tickets for his Duluth concert.
Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m., but people were linning up hours before the ticket doors opened.
BILLINGS - The Obama administration is proposing to lift most remaining federal protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states almost four decades after they were added to the endangered species list.
SUPERIOR - If you're looking to buy a bike on the cheap end, you could be in luck this weekend.
SUPERIOR - Superior residents may have to start paying for their trash to be picked up.