There’s another success story out of Wildwoods, an organization that rehabilitates wild animals.
Author: Julia Russell
Non-Leaded Bullets Could Prevent Eagle Deaths
There’s a spike in lead poisoning that’s killing bald eagles.
Crews Respond to Multiple Northland Wildfires
The National Weather Service recorded 70 mile per hour wind gusts Thursday afternoon.
A woman is recovering after being hit by a car Friday morning on London Road in Duluth.
MMAD Lab Brings Different Majors Together
It doesn’t happen very often that leaders from different areas of study have a chance to work together to research and help students.
More than 3,600 Minnesotans Hospitalized for Flu Symptoms
If you didn’t get the flu this year consider yourself lucky.
Fire Reaches Just Feet from Duluth Townhomes
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.
The clock is ticking to Easter Sunday and much of the Northland is preparing for that big meal after church.
The owner of Superior’s original pool hall has found a place to reopen.
Superior Opens New Pool Hall
If you live in the Twin Ports and like to shoot some pool, you’re in luck because there’s a new bar in town.
14 Families Move into New Apartment Building
Wednesday the first 14 families moved into the renovated school building.
Local Bands Take the Stage at UMD
Thirteen bands, seven stages, one day; it’s happening Wednesday on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus.
More than 420 Miles of Road, 47 Bridges to be Redone
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.
Ordinance Expected to Prevent Trespassing
There’s a new Hermantown city ordinance that’s loosened up restrictions on where you can ride if own a recreational vehicle.
The 6th Annual Northland Job Fair is right around the corner, and organizers say 2015 will be the biggest one yet.
Racism, Demographic Study Discussed During Meetings
It’s your turn to sound off about what Duluth schools could be doing better as district.
New Bill Will Improve Police Crisis Intervention Training
St. Louis County Police say forty-three percent of inmates booked at the jail has a mental illness.
Used Grains Used to Make Healthy Incentive for Dogs
When you walk into a local brewery to get a pint of locally made beer you’re probably not thinking about if your dog will like it.
The three story brick building will cost a buyer just under $169,900.
Al Sands Hopes to Give Back to Needy Communities
A man who helped put Duluth on the map in the boxing ring is asking for your help so he can visit his native home of Haiti.
If you’re a fan of Dunkin’ Donuts, you’re in luck because in a few months the first store will soon be opening in the Twin Ports.
Residents Feel Safe After Building Gets Renovations
The Esmond Building, formerly known as the Seaway Hotel, has significantly cleaned up.
Crews Start Work on Floors 7-11
If you’ve been in downtown Duluth recently, you’ve likely seen the maurices tower getting taller and taller.
Wednesday a District 3 candidate had her campaign kick off.
DPD Pushes State Lawmakers to Create Guidelines on Body Cam Video Clips
When it comes to moments captured through body cameras there are no solid laws on what’s public and what’s private.
Duluth Police Looking for Suspect(s)
Annoyed, angry, and violated are some of the feelings Duluthians have after vandals shot out 40-plus car windows Monday night.
While Duluth’s graduation rate is trending down, the rest of the state is increasing, according to a state report.
Lutheran Social Services Close to Fundraising Goal
Every night about 120 kids sleep on the streets of Duluth, and Lutheran Social Services is looking to change that.
In the middle of the Northwoods, it’s not the easiest task to eat organic.
Duluth Fire Dept. Responds to 2 Grass Fires
With snow on the way this week, firefighters say it still won’t be enough to prevent dangerous fire conditions in Minnesota.
Railroad officials say they’re in talks with Lighthouse at Emily’s, a restaurant in Knife River, to buy the building and make it a destination.
$18M Tourism Tax Dollars to be Spent in West Duluth
Nearly 30 projects made the list to get a piece of the half percent tourism tax.
60 Fashion Designers and DSSO Collaborate
Runway fashion from across the globe is making its way to Duluth.
New Prom Trends in the Northland
When you think back to what you wore to prom it likely looks very different than what teens are wearing today.
While many teens and young adults are lining up to see the premiere of the movie Insurgent, the Duluth Public Library had its own release party.
Duluth School Board Members, Superintendent Attend Meeting to Listen, Learn
A racist picture that went viral sparked a community conversation to move past the hate Thursday.
More than 200 Volunteers Still Needed for Event
Tower and towns bordering Lake Vermillion are busy preparing for the Governor’s Fishing Opener.
Tuesday's Festivities Include Beer, Food, Music
The luck of the Irish brought us beautiful weather for Tuesday’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Snowmobile Sales 'Okay' After Non-Snowy Winter
An early spring makes most of us jump for joy, but business owners that make their living selling winter toys are taking a big hit.
The U.S. Steel Superfund site in Morgan Park has been empty for years, and Monday, Minnesota Pollution Control teams gave a quick update on the clean up.
Walker's Budget Cuts Could Eliminate Popular Programs
Families of disabled Wisconsinites are taking a stand against Governor Scott Walker’s budget proposal and begging lawmakers to save long-term care programs as the state has known them in the past.
A woman battling cancer is giving new meaning on what it means to truly be an Iron Ranger.
If you’re the kind of person who craves ice cream all year long, you’re in luck.
The corner of London Road and Superior Street is about to be home to a historic 42 foot Viking ship.
Developers Plan to Build New Hotel in Same Spot
Your drive on Highway Two in Superior is about to look a bit different.
Weathered Pipe Bomb Detonated Feet From Hermantown School
Authorities detonated a pipe bomb in the parking lot of a child care center Wednesday.
Developer Plans to Appeal Decision
Plans for a nine-story hotel on Park Point have been shot down, but it’s not the end of the road for the project.
Students at North Star Academy got a fun incentive for reading and it involved clippers, make-up, and hairspray.
The reality of warm weather sinks in after a fisherman’s van goes through the ice nearly taking him under.
People affected by cancer are already gearing up for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event in July.