"We are licensed for the advanced aged and Alzheimer's, dementia," Harmony Homes administrator Pamela Clark said.
Three U.S. senators have unveiled a bill that, if passed, could end the federal ban on medical marijuana.
Duluth City Officials are setting limits on where a medical marijuana distribution center can be placed in the city and many locations are already being considered in a recent proposal.
While you may be enjoying the beautiful spring view, millions of Americans are in misery with watery itchy eyes, runny noses and sneezing.
It's time for the clocks to spring forward before you head to bed tonight.
Skiers and instructors from across the Midwest gathered at Spirit Mountain to better their moves on the slopes.
Nearly 1,000 people are getting to jump into Lake Superior Saturday for the 15th Annual Duluth Polar Bear Plunge.
All 46 of CHUM’s beds and units in the new Steve O’Neil apartments are taken.
If you went out for dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day, chances are, the couple sitting next to you met online.
Open since 1987 C.A.R.E. Liberalis has been a place where women come to get off drugs and alcohol and learn life skills.
Thousands of kids across Minnesota, including in the Northland, got free dental care Friday.
In Part 2 of a special report, Young at Heart, FOX 21's Dan Hanger talked with 101-year-old Millard LaJoy to find out the secret to living a long life.
Measles had been obsolete from this part of the world for quite some time, but it is now making a strong comeback with more than 100 cases diagnosed.
Five years ago, Dan Cnossen didn't know if he'd ever walk again.
One thing is clear about life: There's birth and then there's death. Some fear the end result. Some leave us way too soon. But then, there's the unthinkables who live to be 100 years old and don't show any signs of stopping. So, what's the secret to staying young at heart? FOX 21’s Dan Hanger explored that answer in a special report through the eyes of a longtime Northlander, Millard LaJoy.