The hot weather isn’t stopping the crowds from enjoying the 131st Annual St. Louis County Fair.
Author: Avery Neuville
A first-of-its-kind project in Eveleth is helping women who deal with mental health issues, chemical dependency and other trauma like physical abuse.
25.5 years to be exact. That’s how long 21-year-old Lydia Barney has been sentenced for murdering her aunt.
A Superior business is celebrating the completion of its expansion project.
Families interested in online schools gathered at the Great Lakes Aquarium Thursday to learn more about programs available in Minnesota.
Smiles filled the City of Bayfield Wednesday as a major restoration project on the streets has comes full circle.
Bayfield's Mayor to Retire After Decades in Office
Bayfield’s Mayor is hanging up his hat after 20 years on the job.
Forest Health Impacted by Deer Herd in Bayfield County
The current deer population is reportedly affecting forest health in Bayfield County.
Thanks to a 7-1 vote by the Duluth City Council, Spirit Mountain will now be able to meet its payroll.
Students Get Slimey in Duluth at Fun Camp
The UMD Fun and Adventure Camp offers plenty of activities ranging from rock climbing to swimming to even making slime!
Rain Helps Crops Grow in the Twin Ports
Recent rain in the Northland has come as a relief for farmers and their crops.
City Asked for More Funding to Help Spirit Mountain
Spirit Mountain’s Executive Director, Brandy Ream, is asking the City of Duluth for more money for the troubled tourist destination.
Bird Flu Could Cause an Increase in Egg Prices in the Northland
The massive bird flu outbreak has forced egg producers to spike their prices.
'Just Kids Dental' Makes Oral Health Fun
Thursday, ‘Just Kids Dental’ met with children from different elementary schools to get them excited about brushing.
7 West Taphouse in Superior will open its doors late this fall.
27th Annual Blues Fest
The 27th Annnual Bayfront Blues Festival is coming to town.
United Way Asking for School Supplies
Now through August 17, the Head of Lakes United Way is asking for school supplies for students in the Superior School District.
City Councilors to Vote Thursday
The historic ‘dry law’ in the Lakeside and Lester Park Neighborhoods may go to voters this November.
Twin Ports Auto Parts, the only junkyard left in Superior, has been open for decades. For more than a year, the owner has tried to sell the business.
Construction Crews Start to Replace Potholes
A project to repair the bumps and potholes on Wisconsin Point Road is in the works.
Alakef Gives Back to Local Charities
To celebrate their 25th anniversary in a giving way, the new Alakef Coffee Cup on Kenwood will be giving back to the City of Duluth.
Expected to Move in One Month
The anticipated move for How Sweet It Is Cakes is once again delayed.
Northlanders Help Local Children in Need
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream because Thursday, July 30th is Miracle Treat Day!
Local Districts Beat Statewide Average
The numbers are in for this year’s standardized tests throughout Minnesota. Statewide, districts experienced mixed results but local schools saw slight increases.
Foster Kids Learn Leadership Skills in Duluth
Young people who have transitioned from foster care to adulthood kicked off the 20th annual conference for those to learn leadership skills.
New Discovery Center Opens
Wednesday marks a milestone for the Great Lakes Aquarium as it celebrates 15 years in Duluth!
6th Annual Youth Program to Twin Ports
Students from Michigan Tech’s Rail and Intermodal Transportation Institute are making their way around the Twin Ports.
Bridge Out For Third Time in the Last Two Weeks
The little blue bridge is up once again making this the 3rd time in the last 2 weeks.
Staff at Virginia Public Schools will gain 18 more hours of training.
The Housing and Redevelopment Authority is getting some help from the City of Virginia to demolish old duplexes.
Nearly a week ago, the Virginia Fire Department got the go ahead for a new peak response unit.
Nearly $1M will be Used to Stop Invasive Species
Nearly $1,000,000 from the State Legislature will be used to help combat aquatic species in St. Louis County.
Adopt a Backpack
CHUM and the Duluth School District are working together to help with children’s back to school list.
Socks for Survivors
The Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse encourages all golfers to tee off to end violence Friday, July 31st.
Martin Extradited Back to Illinois
Twenty year old, Rasheed Martin, will be extradited back to Chicago.
Boat Landings Fill Up During Humid Week
The dog days of summer have arrived and boat landings are keeping busy.
Theater Dedicates Production to Disaster
Northlanders honored the lives lost in a shipwreck on the Great Lakes.
Extreme Heat Can Pose Deadly Threat to Animals
With the recent warm weather, your pets will want to spend more time outdoors. But, local veterinarians say the extreme heat can pose a deadly threat to animals.
Businesses Hoping for Record Numbers
The tourist season is just heating up in the Northland and businesses are on pace to break a record.
100 Lumberjacks Compete in Over 20 Events
Fox 21’s Avery Neuville takes us to the world class sporting event bringing in some of the best lumberjacks from Minnesota to New Zealand into Hayward.
Duluth Police Patrol on Bikes
The group has never spent much time riding a bike for fun. But, they were willing to hop on a bicycle as part of their job and these officers spend their whole day pedaling all around downtown Duluth.
1st Active Duty Airman Arrives in Duluth
The 148th Active Association is finally a reality after a new addition joined the air force team.
Changes are Being Made on Hammond Avenue in Superior
New traffic changes are happening on one of Superior’s busiest streets.
'Slide the City' Cancelled
Just 10 days before a massive slip n slide was scheduled to hit the streets of Duluth, organizers found out the event has been cancelled.
Patio Enhancements, Bar Expansion
The Grandma’s Restaurant near Miller Hill mall is in it’s final phase of their remodeling and expansion project.
City Pushing Forward to Build 4th Dog Park
Dog lovers in East Duluth may soon have a place to play with their pets.
Veterans Cemetery Planned for the Northland
The lack of a local Veterans cemetery in the Northland has state officials planning construction for one near Pike Lake.
Dentists Help a Need that Continues to Increase
More than 1,000 volunteers are offering free dental care to patients in need.
St. Louis River Experience Get Seniors on the Water
The St. Louis River experience is showing seniors the fun of recreational boating.
Annual Park Point Sand Modeling Contest, Water Safety Expo
Thursday afternoon, Northlanders had a chance to get creative and sculpt sand castles on Park Point.