Wisconsin lawmakers have approved a bill that would ban microbeads, the plastic exfoliant in soap, toothpaste and other personal care products.
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People living on Park Point are asking the City of Duluth for a dog park in the area.
Spring has sprung but that doesn't come without allergies. This year, Doctors say a "pollen vortex" may have some of us reaching for the tissues more often.
The city of Cloquet is one of the few places lucky enough to have a river running through town. But, right now, it doesn't give people who live there the feeling of a "river town."
Washburn city officials are in the early stages of redeveloping the 30 acres of land along the Chequamegon Bay.
The Minnesota DNR is warning Northlanders about an outbreak of distemper.
The water levels on Lake Superior are close to the long term average.
The St. Louis River is getting national attention from non-profit, American River, but it’s not positive.
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.
Minnesota converted more wetlands into farmland than any other state when crop prices spiked between 2008 and 2012.
The Interior Tomato has its roots in West Duluth, but with business growing, owners have decided to open up a second location in Superior.
Fifty-mile-an-hour wind gusts and extremely dry conditions triggered a dangerous and active day Thursday as dozens of wild fires sparked up in the Northland.
A hefty donation is helping a project in Superior move forward.
The City of Duluth is inviting residents to dispose of excess road salt and sand from sidewalks, curbs, and boulevards at one of the collection sites set up around the city.