Lawmakers have reached a compromise with Gov. Mark Dayton's administration over enforcing state standards for protecting wild rice.
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Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas at age 89, his lawyer says.
Superior needs your help cleaning up debris left from melted snow and the rain.
Members of a critically endangered seal species are coming to the Minnesota Zoo.
Everybody knows eating locally benefits not only your health, but also the local economy. But Wednesday night, local home–growers in Two Harbors made a push for others to jump on the bandwagon.
The City of Duluth sends 3,200 tons of plastic waste to the landfill every year. A movement that gained momentum in California is going national.
Another step has been taken to end the use of e-cigarettes in indoor public places.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Steel are putting $3.5 million toward the Spirit Lake cleanup plan.
It was a wet and soggy day for area sixth graders to learn about the St. Louis River Estuary.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has notified the City of Ashland that the popular Maslowski Beach artesian well will need to close by the fall of 2015.
A May snowstorm has dumped more than a foot of snow in South Dakota's Black Hills.
Located at 1324 East Third StreetDuluth Farmer’s Market offers a variety of things.
Construction began Friday on a campground at Lake Vermilion-Soudan Underground Mine State Park in northeastern Minnesota that will accommodate more than 250 people nightly in tents and RVs, the Department of Natural Resources said.
The first year of preschool at The Hartley Nature Center in Duluth is wrapping up, and it was a success!
Thursday night, the vision of developing the St. Louis River Corridor took a step forward with homeowners who live in the area.