Now might be a good time to whip out those resumes and cover letters!
Samples of hard alcohol will soon be offered at liquor and grocery stores in Wisconsin under a bill Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law.
A $7,000 grant will help the Lake Superior Zoo build an educational kiosk and buy animal care tools to help children and families learn about the farm animals.
Gov. Scott Walker's staff considered making a lobbyist for a company seeking to dig an iron mine in Wisconsin the state Department of Natural Resources' deputy secretary.
A short segment of the Willard Munger State Trail is closed temporarily to accommodate expansion and realignment of the Canadian National Railroad, where it crosses under the trail between Duluth and Carlton, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
If you're looking to de-stress, look no further than The White Sheep.
Health officials in Minnesota are reporting two more cases of bird flu in commercial turkey operations.
The Interior Tomato has its roots in West Duluth, but with business growing, owners have decided to open up a second location in Superior.
About 80% of Americans will celebrate Easter this year which means big business for local shops.
In a FOX 21 exclusive another 7 West Taphouse will soon be up and running in Superior.
The fermenting season is just wrapping up, and the farming season is about to get underway at Spirit Creek Farm.
A federal court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking pilots at discount carrier Allegiant Air from a planned strike Thursday.
A popular and fairly new distillery in Duluth is celebrating the launch of its Lake Superior Vodka.
The clock is ticking to Easter Sunday and much of the Northland is preparing for that big meal after church.
The owner of Superior's original pool hall has found a place to reopen.
If you live in the Twin Ports and like to shoot some pool, you're in luck because there's a new bar in town.
"Tell me about yourself" and "Where do you see yourself in five years?" were questions asked Wednesday at the 6th Annual Northland Job Fair.
In the wake of a federal judge's decision regarding the legal battle between the city of Duluth and the Fond du Lac Band over the Fond du Luth Casino, many questions remain.
Not even three weeks after U.S. Steel announced it would be laying off 412 employees at its plant in Keewatin, the company said Tuesday it will be idling production at its second Minnesota plant, Minntac, leaving hundreds more without work.
The DECC in Duluth played host to a forum about economic trends in the Twin Ports.