St. Louis County roads are about to get a makeover that has a bigger price tag than what it cost to repair Duluth after the 2012 flash flood.
Minnesota House DFL leaders and local lawmakers visited Duluth Tuesday to give an update on the legislative session.
Another Duluthian has announced her candidacy for city council at-large. The newest face in the mix is Elissa Hansen.
St. Louis County Police say forty-three percent of inmates booked at the jail has a mental illness.
Minnesota Senate Democrats have produced a two-year budget outline that would commit $550 million more for education programs and socks $250 million extra into state reserves.
City leaders are planning for a major overhaul in Duluth’s taxi business, and cab drivers are taking the wheel to help with the new direction.
Wednesday a District 3 candidate had her campaign kick off.
When it comes to moments captured through body cameras there are no solid laws on what's public and what's private.
An area of Duluth that can easily be labeled as a "ghost town,” with its vacant buildings, will soon see the first steps of future development.
Governor Scott Walker today announced a $365,833 project to do planning and design for the construction of a parallel taxiway to Runway 14/32 at Richard I Bong Airport.
A proposal that would allow off-duty and retired police officers to carry guns in schools is finding support in the Wisconsin Legislature.
Duluth city councilor Sharla Gardner announced late Monday night she will not be running for a third term.
City leaders in Duluth are considering investing as much as $50 million in outdoor recreation projects in an effort to revitalize the city's west side.
Minnesota House and Senate Republicans want to tap the state's budget surplus, reroute existing tax revenue and borrow toward a $7 billion upgrade goal for roads and bridges over the coming decade.
A new poll shows 68 percent of Minnesotans say a teacher's performance, not his or her seniority, should be the deciding factor in making layoff decisions.