The thick haze caused by smoke from more than 100 Canadian wildfires has triggered an air pollution health advisory across a large part of Minnesota.
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A local Hermantown business called 911 to report they had received a phone call from someone stating they were contracted by the city to collect on an overdue water bill in the sum of around $1,100.
Multiple Departments Battle Garage Fire
Multiple fire departments on the Iron Range battle a garage fire in Hibbing Friday night.
Authorities are called to an assault with a weapon early Saturday morning between two Grand Lake Township neighbors.
A vehicle drove through the front of Bam! Style Saturday afternoon.
The Lake Superior Zoo celebrated the birth of a baby lemur Friday.
Said He Would "Take Obama Out" If He Got The Chance
A Wisconsin man is being detained in a mental health facility after authorities say he told a security guard he planned to kill President Barack Obama.
Life Scout Troop 13 hosted a dedication ceremony Thursday at the V.A. clinic in Superior.
Sold Lemonade, Sea Shells for Humane Society
Three young entrepreneurs spent their day selling lemonade and sea shells for a good cause.
The Northland chapter of the American Red Cross is saying thank you to dozens of its volunteers.
Fourth of July fireworks cannot only injure your eyes and hands; they might also take a toll on your lungs.
The attorney of a Superior woman who has filed a civil lawsuit against the City of Superior and three of its police officers is hoping for change.
Walker Running for President in 2016
Aides to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker say the Republican is entering the crowded Republican race for president.
Cooking Connection: Bellisio's 3-Course Lunch
For this week’s Cooking Connection, Bellisio’s Italian Restaurant makes their 3-course lunch for the FOX Sunrise crew.
Report Released Wednesday
Health officials say the number of abortions performed in Minnesota went up last year, the first increase since 2006.
U. S. Rep. Rick Nolan plans to seek another term representing Minnesota’s 8th congressional district next year.
Duluth’s controversial methadone clinic is closing its doors for good Sept. 1, according to the Human Services Department.
Homeowners in a Duluth neighborhood are urging drivers to slow down.The concern is on 71st Avenue West.
Glensheen kicked off its Concerts on the Pier summer concert series Wednesday with the band Southwire.
You might think varicose veins only affect older women, but everyone can get them.
Walker Signed Bill into Law Wednesday
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that bans microbeads, the plastic exfoliant in soap, toothpaste and other personal care products.
Duluth police responded to the area of 59th Avenue West and Raleigh Street Wednesday morning after a report of a fight.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that makes lying about military service a crime.
Duluth United Way Merges with Superior-Douglas County United Way
July 1, 2015 will mark a huge step for our regional community: United Way of Greater Duluth (UWGD) and United Way of Superior-Douglas County (UWSDC) merge to form Head of the Lakes United Way.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that permits businesses to keep a supply of epinephrine injections to counteract life-threatening allergic reactions.
New Minnesota Crime Report Released
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) Wednesday released the 2014 Uniform Crime Report.
No Charges for Duluth Crash That Left 6-Year-Old Injured
On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 at 7:14 p.m. Duluth Police responded to the area of Central Entrance and Pecan Avenue on a report of a child being hit by a car.
Duluth Police Ask for Help Finding Motorcycle Theft Suspect
Duluth Police are investigating a theft of a motorcycle that occurred on Monday, June 22nd, 2015 at approximately 4:46 a.m.
New Laws Start July 1 in Minnesota
A raft of new laws is set to take effect in Minnesota on Wednesday.
Decision Announced Wednesday Morning
The United States and Cuba have agreed to open embassies in their capital cities, a major step in restoring ties after more than 50 years of hostilities.
Raises Postponed in February
Gov. Mark Dayton was preparing to announce pay raises for his state agency commissioners as Republicans were warning exorbitant increases would become a campaign issue next year.
Some Doctors Still Not on Board
Minnesota is officially in the medical marijuana business.
Bankruptcy was a very real possibility for Duluth 10 years ago, but now the city says it is nowhere near that.
A 6-year-old boy is recovering after he was hit by a car Tuesday.
We all know fruit is good for us, but a new study says some types may lead to a higher risk of skin cancer.
Offers Premier Mountain Resort Experience in the Northlands
Officials at Lutsen Mountains have broken ground on a major project.
Republican legislative leaders have reached a deal on a new state budget.
Plans for Central Property Fall Through in Duluth
ISD 709 officials announced Tuesday that they have received notification from Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors that terminates the purchase agreement for the Central High School property.
WI DNR to Use EIS Process for Proposed Swine Farm in Bayfield County
The Department of Natural Resources has decided to use an Environmental Impact Statement process for the proposed Badgerwood swine operation in the town of Eileen, Bayfield County.
Bike Hours Extended at Spirit Mountain
Grab your bike, throw on some gear and get ready to ride- Spirit Mountain is announcing extended hours at the Bike Park.
Grand Rapids Man Sentenced for Standoff
A Grand Rapids man has been sentenced for an eight hour armed standoff with authorities in November.
Duluth's Unfunded Liability Reduced by Millions
Ten years ago the Minnesota State Auditor predicted Duluth would go bankrupt and the New York Times featured Duluth as a city on the brink because of our massive unfunded liability related to retiree health care.
Clipped Corners Are Out, 'Void' Stamp Is In
That canceled driver’s license will no longer carry the clipped corner.
Dangerous Swimming Conditions on Park Point
Due to the High Risk of Rip Currents Tuesday, the Duluth Fire Department is issuing a warning for dangerous swimming conditions for Park Point beaches effective immediately and continuing until 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Sammy's Opens New Frozen Pizza Kitchen
Sammy’s Pizza is pleased to announce the launch of its first frozen pizza kitchen in Duluth’s Piedmont Heights neighborhood.
Colorado Couple Arrested in Cass County for Baby's Death
The mother facing charges in the death of her infant daughter in western Colorado allegedly said her husband attacked the fussy baby as she listened from another room but she didn’t stop him.
Moose Dies After Being Struck by Vehicle
An Eveleth man has been injured after striking a moose.
Weather May Have Impacted Growth
A survey by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources finds ruffed grouse drumming counts this spring unchanged from the year before.
Tips to Stay Safe in Severe Storms
By the time you hear the first crack of thunder experts say you should get indoors. This warning comes after three people in the Northland were struck by lightning Sunday afternoon.
Recreation and conservation of the St. Louis River western waterfront were the main topics of discussion at a citizens forum Monday.