It was a “purr”fect evening to join other feline enthusiasts.
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When you’re under the weather, the last thing you want to do is eat something that’ll make you feel worse.
After eight years of service Lake County Sheriff’s trail sniffing dog has retired.
The ribbon cutting is complete and the new addition at North Shore Community School is open to the public.
Health Officials Report 2 More Cases of Bird Flu in MN
Health officials in Minnesota are reporting two more cases of bird flu in commercial turkey operations.
An Airman assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing, Wisconsin Air National Guard, died April 5 following a fall from a fifth-story window in Kadena, Japan.
If you’re in the mood for getting out on Lake Superior you won’t have to wait much longer.
Union Gospel Mission made sure everyone had a special place to go Easter Sunday.
Tickets On Sale Now
An event will soon kick off with lots of fancy food and female impersonators.
It’s nearly that time of the year again. The Harvest Northern Food Bank is set to host the 22nd Annual Empty Bowl event April 14th.
If you’re jonesin for a summer treat you’re in luck.
Minnesota converted more wetlands into farmland than any other state when crop prices spiked between 2008 and 2012.
University of North Dakota police say there is no foul play suspected in the death of 22-year-old student found dead at a home near campus
Are you ready to head to the polls?
Reports of a fire at Applewood Knoll Apartments in Duluth (1705 E 2nd St).
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis plans to start a national center to spur development on Indian reservations.
A 10-year-old boy has died days after he was injured in an all-terrain vehicle accident.
A moderate drought across Minnesota means that the state’s lakes are seeing below-average water levels, and has some boating enthusiasts hoping for rain.
1 in 68 U.S. Children Has an Autism Spectrum Disorder
According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in 68 American children has an autism spectrum disorder.
In a FOX 21 exclusive another 7 West Taphouse will soon be up and running in Superior.
Duluth Police: Man Acted in Self-Defense
Duluth police have decided not to charge a 53-year-old Duluth man for the death of a 33-year-old.
Weekend Spotlight: April 3-5
Utah has the highest rate of melanoma cases in the country, but now doctors at a cancer institute in the state believe they may be onto a cure.
Judge's Ruling Prevents Allegiant Strike
A federal court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking pilots at discount carrier Allegiant Air from a planned strike Thursday.
The Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input about proposed deer population goals for large chunks of Minnesota.
A popular and fairly new distillery in Duluth is celebrating the launch of its Lake Superior Vodka.
18 Million Americans Suffer From Disorder
More than 18 million American adults suffer from sleep apnea and many don’t even realize they have it.
Babbitt Man Pleads Guilty to Murder
A 26-year-old Babbitt man has pleaded guilty to killing his mother’s boyfriend.
Fire Leaves 1 Dead in Odanah
One person has died and another injured after a fire in Odanah, Wisconsin.
Four Rescued after Dog Goes Into Spider Lake
On 3–31–15 at approx. 7:00 P.M. Bayfield Co. Communications Center received a 911 call reporting a person, possibly drowning in Spider Lake, Town of Iron River, after falling through the ice.
New DNA Law Starts in WI
A new state law is taking effect that greatly expands the collection of DNA samples by law enforcement officials.
Experts Says Deer Feeding Bill May Have Fatal Implications
A wildlife expert says a Republican bill aimed at allowing Wisconsin residents to feed deer may have fatal implications for the animals.
The City of Duluth is inviting residents to dispose of excess road salt and sand from sidewalks, curbs, and boulevards at one of the collection sites set up around the city.
Almost one in ten Americans has a form of diabetes.
Proctor Looks to Build Multi-Use Facility
The city of Proctor is one step closer to sealing the deal on a new regional multi-use arena.
Minnesota House DFL leaders and local lawmakers visited Duluth Tuesday to give an update on the legislative session.
Judge Rules Against City of Duluth in Casino Case
The city of Duluth has lost its legal battle over the Fond–du–Luth Casino.
Douglas County Sheriff's Office Gets New Crime Fighting Tool
There’s now another way to anonymously offer crime tips to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
Gronseth in Running for Job near Twin Cities
Duluth Public School’s Superintendent is a finalist for a position with another school district near the Twin Cities.
Police Search for Suspect in Armed Robbery in Sawyer
On Monday evening, March 30, 2015 at approximately 7:57 p.m., the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an aggravated robbery at the Sawyer convenience Store on Hwy 210 in Sawyer, Minnesota.
Another Duluthian has announced her candidacy for city council at-large. The newest face in the mix is Elissa Hansen.
Minntac to be Idled in Mt. Iron
United States Steel Corporation announced Tuesday it will adjust operations and temporarily idle a portion of its Minnesota Ore Operations – Minntac plant in Mt. Iron, Minn., effective June 1.
As the fire danger increases, authorities are extending spring burning restrictions to more north-central and northeastern Minnesota counties effective Wednesday.
The reopening of a popular longtime Chinese restaurant in Duluth is being delayed again.
Random drug testing in schools may sound like a good way to keep kids off drugs.
Poultry Producers Take Extra Steps to Protect Flocks After Bird Flu Outbreak
Poultry producers in the nation’s top turkey state are taking extra steps to protect their flocks after a devastating strain of bird flu was confirmed at another Minnesota farm.
Man Wanted for Crimes in Northern Wisconsin Arrested in Colorado
A wanted criminal in northern Wisconsin was apprehended in Colorado over the weekend.
Douglas Co. Authorities Find Body at Bear Creek Crossing
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a drowning incident in the Town of Summit.
Missing U of M Student Went Into Mississippi River
Police in Minneapolis say a University of Minnesota student missing for three days appears to have gone into the Mississippi River, and they’re starting a water recovery effort.
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports the victims in the fatal plane crash that occurred on Friday March 27, 2015 in Pine River, MN have been identified as John Witt, age 43, of Pine River MN and Stacy Sundquist, age 32, of Pine River MN.