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Fatal Crash Involving Two Semis

Minnesota State Patrol reported yesterday two semis were involved in a crash Monday afternoon. The accident happened around 4 pm just south of Canyon.

Partners Come Together to Support Superior National Forest

A large amount of work has been in progress over the past five days to clear debris and open up access to Superior National Forest areas that were affected by last Thursday's storm that swept across the Arrowhead region.

NorShor Theatre Invites You to a Poolside Party

Individuals who are curious about the NorShor Theatre restoration and what it may look like in the end, or if possibly interested in attaching their name or a loved one's to the theatre are highly encouraged to attend a casual poolside party at 6:00 pm Thursday, August 4, at Northland Country Club located at 3901 E. Superior Street.

Investments to Benefit Wisconsin's Airport System

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation's (WisDOT) Airport Improvement Program combines federal, state, and local resources to help fund improvements to over 98 public use airports throughout Wisconsin that are primarily owned by counties, cities, towns, and villages.

Lake Superior Beach Advisories

The following beaches as of 7/26/16 have been found to have elevated levels of E. coli bacteria indicating possible presence of fecal contamination by the Minnesota Department of Health. Water contact is NOT recommended at this time.

Team Coverage of Storm Damage

Heavy rains caused flooding across the Northland, brought back memories of the flood of 2012.

Hayward Flooding

Majority of Northern Wisconsin Roadways Open

The latest from WisDOT as of July 26 on road closures in the northern part of the state.

MN Ballet Struggles After Roof Collapses During Storm

MN Ballet Struggles After Roof Collapses During Storm

100-mile-hour winds during last week's storm caused major damage to the Board of Trade Building in Downtown Duluth, including costumes for the Minnesota Ballet.

Storm Forces Closure of Parks and Trails

Duluth Parks and Trails Damaged After Storm

Trails and parks across the Northland took hard hits from last week’s storm, and some of those parks are completely closed off to the public.

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