The Powerball craze struck the Northland Wednesday as last-minute ticket buyers rushed to pick their magic six numbers.
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The Odorless Gas is a Silent Killer
The Duluth healthy homes partnership working with the Minnesota department of health is asking residents to test their homes for Radon.
Northlanders Say the Lifestyle Drew Them Here
Minnesota was ranked as the best state to retire in, according to AARP, the biggest advocate for the elderly in the country.
Job Opening Trends on Facebook
The deadline to apply for the Aerial Lift Bridge Operator Position in Duluth is Midnight.
The Changes Would Close Gun Show Loop Holes
President Barack Obama is expected to go through with tightening the nation’s gun laws through executive action.
If you are looking to get rid of your holiday tree, the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District has the program for you.
This Holiday Season Many Have Experienced Horrible Weather
This holiday season, many states have experienced horrible weather such as several days of tornadoes and flooding. Now the American Red Cross is asking for your help.
Temple Israel Jewish Community Members Volunteered
Community members show their holiday cheer at An Inter-faith Christmas Dinner.
Music can be a very personal thing for people. It can help you through tough times, or make you feel happy when you’re sad. One Duluth woman is using music to do just that, but she has her own obstacles she’s had to overcome throughout the years.
They Have Reached a Little Over Half of Their Goal
The Salvation Army in Superior needs help spreading holiday cheer. They had a goal to raise 250 thousand dollars for the Christmas season, but so far have only reached a little over half of their goal.
Around 400 People Attend Event Each Year
Veterans and community members gathered together for The Veterans of Foreign Wars annual holiday dinner.
Wisconsin Police Gearing Up For Holiday Season
Wisconsin is cracking down on drunk driving this holiday season with a drive sober or get pulled over campaign.
Curling was first recognized by the Winter Olympics in 1998 and the sport has grown substantially since then.
600-Plus Coats Were Given To Kids In Need
Duluth firefighters distributed hundreds of coats to children in need Thursday — part of a national push to help communities.
Students Pet Dog to Help Relieve Stress During Finals Week
Students at the University of Wisconsin Superior had the chance to meet Twyla the cuddle dog on campus Thursday.
Lakes Across 6 Continents Observed
Climate change is warming lakes across the world, affecting freshwater ecosystems, according to a study spanning six continents.
There’s no business like the snow business. Northlanders were thrilled at the first appearance of winter.
Hockey players bring cheer to pediatric patients
At St. Mary’s hospital the halls were filled with hockey players.
James Powers Named Bishop
Vatican Completes The Bishops.
Vikings get kids active while promoting winter fest.
The Vikings organization made the trip all the way up from Minneapolis today. The play 60 event stopped here to get kids exercising and moving. It also gave the Vikings a chance to announce a winter event coming February.
Construction almost over for US Bank Stadium
For 15 months Minneapolis has watched as U.S. Bank Stadium has been built but the end of construction is finally in sight.
Superior Fire Chief Steve Panger is getting ready to close the books on 2015 and begin a busy year in 2016, which includes a few cuts and the start of a multi-million dollar overhaul of the department’s headquarters on Tower Avenue, as FOX 21’s Dan Hanger reports.
Duluth city councilors proposed an amendment on Thursday to the agreement which would require Cirrus Aircraft to submit labor disputes to binding arbitration.
Participants try to win prizes
For the sixth year, 20 qualifiers will gather for ice fishing Olympics
Duluth plans to erase the street light monthly fee all together.
After fire in Mountain Iron Red Cross lends a hand
A fire this weekend in Mountain Iron took one life and shook an entire apartment complex but many are coming to their side to help after the tragedy.
7 Million Dollar Project is Up and Running
A Multi Million dollar project in Lutsen Mountain resort is scheduled to open to the public next week.
County Says It's Necessary, Locals are Sad to See the Trees Go
Chainsaws were roaring and roads were closed for the removal of trees on 4th street Wednesday, but some people are sad to see the beloved trees go.
Car Accidents Litter Duluth
Roads were slick today, keeping not only the plows busy trying to clean up the roadsbut also local police and towing companies trying to clean up accidents.
Just as you thought Black Friday sales were coming to an end, Cyber Monday began.
Millions Shop Nationwide
It’s the super bowl of shopping and the Miller Hill Mall was bustling with shoppers
Busiest Weekend Coming After Thanksgiving
After Thanksgiving it is on to Christmas and while some will be bringing their tree out of the basement, others will be going out to Chub Lake to cut theirs down.
maurices Putting Employees Ahead of Dollars
Duluth based retailer, maurices will be closing all brick and mortar stores for Thanksgiving.
Kids Create Personalized Build-A-Bears for Strangers
Financial advisory firm and hosptial team up to build personalized plushes for cancer patients.
Eric DeWitte is Completing His Second Year at the Naval Aademy
Eric DeWitte, a Marshall School graduate and current Naval Academy Student has returned home early to spread the word about the Armed Services Colleges.
In this week’s knowing your neighbors, Fox 21’s Lena Takada takes us to a restaurant in Minong, Wisconsin where smoked meat is king.
Jeff Foster Trucking Buys Georgia-Pacific Plant
Jeff Foster trucking is now the new owner of the old Georgia–Pacific plant.
Those Killed in Transphobic Violence Remembered
Today marks the 16th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. It’s a day to memorialize trans men and women who have lost their lives to transphobic violence.
Winter Clothing Donated for Good Cause
The Superior–Douglas county chamber and visitors bureau are holding a winter clothing drive.
$400 Thousand Project Complete
The St. Louis River is one of 43 areas of concern designated under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.
It's a Chicken in a Duck in a Turkey
The Turducken is back at Superior Meats for the Holidays.
College Holds Career Fair for Corrections Industry
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College hosted a corrections career fair .
Giant Inflatable Lung Used To Visually Demonstrate Effects of Tabacco
Essentia Health invited the public today for a tour of “Lucy” a large, inflatable lung.
60 Volunteers Needed Every Night
Bentleyville Tour of Lights is Opening on Saturday, and they’re looking for volunteers.
Blue Lights Turned on to Support Law Enforcement
Project blue light calls for community members to show their support for law enforcement, by decorating their porches with blue lights.
7 out of 11 Major Iron Ore Facilities Closing
Magnetation LLC Announced a potential production curtailment of it’s Plant 2 facility located in Bovey.
Over 100 Turkeys Donated
Leadership Duluth, the region’s premier leadership development program of the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce, donated Turkeys to the CHUM food shelf.
Historic Site Getting Ready for Christmas Tour
The twenty seven thousand square foot mansion is getting ready for the self guided Christmas tour starting on Black Friday.
Women Gather for Community Building Event
The event hosted by Commission for Women, featured Mayor-Elect Emily Larson as the keynote speaker. Organizers say it is meant to help connect those who work side by side.
Owner: 'I Had To Take Action'
A Superior business owner spoke out for the first time Tuesday to FOX 21’s Dan Hanger after he says he was forced to shoot an armed robber.