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Largest Ski Resort in the Midwest
Some major enhancements are happening at Lutsen Mountains.
A level three sex offender is moving to a new home in Carlton County.
Court Rules that Environmental Study is Required for Sandpiper Pipeline
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says an environmental impact statement should have been completed on the proposed Sandpiper pipeline before regulators granted the project a certificate of need.
Growing Season Brings Special Danger on Roads
For drivers in Midwestern farm country, the growing season brings a special danger on the roads: tall corn that can obscure other vehicles until it’s too late.
Funds to be Raised for Three Years
A conservation organization says it’s trying to raise $10 million for a fund meant to protect the Mississippi River and drinking water in the Twin Cities.
Hunting Season Begins October 10
State officials are ready to outline a plan to reverse a long decline in Minnesota’s pheasant population.
It may sound loony, but southern Minnesota needs a hand in providing a home for the state’s official bird.
Candidates for Duluth mayor, city council and school board are getting ready to make one last push on Monday for votes before this Tuesday’s primary election.
FOX Sunrise Expanding 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Sept. 21
FOX 21 has expanded its Sunday newscasts to one hour, with the inclusion of the main weekday anchor team.
Dozens of veterans and volunteers came together for an Honor Flight Northland reunion.
The University of Wisconsin System has eliminated dozens of administrative and academic affairs positions in a cost-saving measure to help cope with state budget cuts.
More than 450 shooters are taking part in Shoot for Fun at Old Vermillion Trail Hunting Preserve.
43-year-old man from Duluth
The body of a 43-year-old Minnesota hunter has been found in northern Colorado.
Workers at the William A. Irvin are putting the finishing touches on the Haunted Ship and this year more than ever its not for the faint of heart.
If you introduce preschoolers to vegetables they will most likely eat them.
Police Search for Woman Missing Since Start of September
The Duluth Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person Sheila Lou St. Clair.
Vehicle Goes Over Edge of Parking Lot in Duluth
There was a scary situation for one customer at a Duluth McDonald’s on Friday.
Agencies in St. Louis Co. Awarded Grant for Sexual Assault Kit Initiative
The Duluth Police Department along with our partners PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault) and the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office are pleased to announce that they are the recipients of a $1,011,096 Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Here’s a look at some of the events happening in the Twin Ports the weekend of Sept. 11.
Duluth School Hosts Party to Stop Bullying
Hundreds of families turned out for the annual Bully Free Block Party at Raleigh Edison School.
Superior’s newest grocery store has an official opening date.
Hitting the road on two-wheels is a great way to get some exercise. However, an increasing number of adults riding bikes are getting injured.
Truck Driver Gets Stuck in Douglas County
A semi in Douglas County ended up in quite the jam Thursday.
Police say five family members, including three children, are dead in a home in a western Minneapolis suburb in an apparent murder-suicide.
A suspected Duluth vehicle prowler has been booked and charged with three counts of felony theft.
Criminal Complaint: Driver Was Drunk, On Way To Casino
A Deer River man is facing half a dozen charges for hitting and killing two people in Itasca County.
Good Year for Fall Colors Anticipated in Minnesota
A foliage expert with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the state is on track for a great year for fall color due to plentiful rainfall.
Authorities Break Up Drug Ring in Michigan's UP
Federal authorities say they’ve broken up a suspected drug smuggling operation between Detroit and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Community Sold Garden to be Built in Duluth
Minnesota Power will offer a new energy option for customers by launching a community solar garden program that is expected to be generating power from the sun in late 2016.
Police Dedicate Extra Patrols at Schools in September
The Duluth Police Department is dedicating extra patrol enforcement in the month of September to ensure the safety of students returning to school.
An Eveleth woman is charged in the Virginia murder of her boyfriend.
Early Apple Varieties Ripe for the Picking in Bayfield
Despite a lack of rain this summer Bayfield Apple Company said the season is off to a great start.
Bayfield Area Sees an Increase in Summer Tourism
If you visited Bayfield this summer and thought it was more crowded than usual, your instincts were right.
Ashland is Wisconsin's Mural Capital
History comes alive this weekend in Ashland at the Mural Fest and Car Show Celebration.
Historic Project Complete in Bayfield
A project two summers in the making is finally complete at the Bayfield Maritime Museum.
Iron Range Airport Gets Millions in Funding
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that they have awarded $2,437,539 for infrastructure improvements at the Range Regional Airport in Hibbing.
After a nice and warm summer off, Duluth students made their way back to school Tuesday for the first full day of classes.
The City of Ely is seeing a booming tourism season.
One Third of Cases Are Undiagnosed
This comes from a recent study that found the diabetes rate is even higher in Asians, blacks and Hispanics.
St. Louis County commissioners have passed a resolution that is affecting local ATV riders.
Power Outage Affects Thousands in Superior
Crews in Superior are working to restore an outage that’s affecting many people.
Court documents say Emery Jenkins, 38, bit the baby because he was crying in October 2014.
The Minnesota State Patrol responded to Highway 46 at County Road 143 at 6:41 a.m. Tuesday.
State Fair Attendance High in Minnesota
Final attendance numbers are in. With record Labor Day attendance of 178,867, cumulative attendance for the 2015 Great Minnesota Get-Together was 1,779,738, bringing final numbers within 2.5% of last year’s all-time record total.
Authorities say three people have died in motorcycle crashes in Minnesota over Labor Day weekend.
Beautiful Weekend has Northlanders Cooking Outside
Superior Meats employees said business was steady all weekend.
The average healthy brain has more than 100 billion nerve cells which record and recall memories and tell our bodies what to do.
Bird Count on Record Pace in Duluth
An annual event is underway in Duluth that’s on record pace.
Highway Project will Mean Smoother Roads for Motorists
Motorists traveling on Highway 53 in Hermantown will encounter lane restrictions between Walmart and Cirrus Drive beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8 as a resurfacing and accessibility improvement project gets underway.