It’s a sport that has grown in more than just tire size. Hundreds of athletes from across the nation made their way to Cable, Wisconsin this weekend for the Fat Bike Birkie.
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Madison’s police chief said the 19-year-old man who was shot and killed by an officer was unarmed.
It’s time for the clocks to spring forward before you head to bed tonight.
Police say two people were hurt and up to 20 homes were damaged when a food truck exploded in a Lakeville neighborhood.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale is hospitalized with the flu.
Right-to-Work Headed to Walker to Sign
The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a right-to-work bill on a straight party line vote.
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Duluth airport officials are disappointed, but not surprised about the airline cancelling service out of the Twin Ports.
Seeks Donations to Nurse Animals Back to Health
Animal Allies Humane Society recently took in 15 twelve-week-old kittens after receiving a phone call from an individual asking for help with the animals.
Underwater video from the St. Louis County Rescue Squad shows the historic fallen pillar near the Duluth “Cribs.”
After the sculpture tumbled down less than a month ago, the Iceman Roger Hanson, has successfully rebuilt his creation on Barker’s Island.
Thursday, February 26, 2015
School Closings & Delays for Thursday, February 26, 2015
Authorities say there is “no credible threat” associated with the Mall of America after the release of a video purportedly made by Al-Qaida-linked rebels that urges Muslims to attack shopping malls.
Today is National Love Your Pet Day 2015
Friday, February 20th is National Love Your Pet Day. We asked you to send us pictures of your lovable pets. The Fox 21 viewers didn’t let us down!
Latest Count: 921 Plungers, $101,972 Raised
Nearly 1,000 people are getting to jump into Lake Superior Saturday for the 15th Annual Duluth Polar Bear Plunge.
A federal judge has ruled that a proposed snowmobile route bordering the Boundary Waters Canoe Area will not violate the Wilderness Act.
New aircraft shipments for 2014 are driving the company’s strongest performance in six years, totaling 308 shipments.
More than twenty firefighters responded to a house fire Friday evening.
One person was killed and two others were injured Friday in a three-vehicle crash in rural Mt. Iron on Highway 7 and Chesapeake Ct.
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Two Non-Profits Lobby In St. Paul
It’s a controversial topic — whether felons serving the rest of their sentence out of jail should be given the same rights as law-abiding citizens.
Historic Amount Would be $300 Million
Big budget cuts could once again take a stab at the University of Wisconsin System — this time in the form of a proposed $300 million.
Blood is the second most common liquid inside us after water, but many people grow nauseous just looking at it.
Check out this handful of images from the 2015 John Beargrease finishline.
Police Make Arrest in Connection to Drug Overdoses
The Twin Ports area has recently experienced a surge in heroin or opioid related overdoses in the past week.
MN Reports 6th Child Flu Death
Health officials say a sixth child has died of the flu this season in Minnesota.
2 Contractors Selected for Hwy 53 Relocation Project
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has selected two national contractors to play key roles in the Highway 53 relocation project between Eveleth and Virginia.
Crash Leaves 2 Dead in Cloquet
Two people have died in a head-on crash in Carlton County.
The Duluth Art Institute is celebrating Youth Art Month.
Thousands Check Out Nature's Artwork
Thousands have come from all over the world to Lake Superior to see nature’s artwork in one of its rarest forms.
Grand Marais Named America's Coolest Small Town
After a five-week long battle for votes, Grand Marais, Minn., has won Budget Travel Magazine’s 10th Annual America’s Coolest Small Town Contest.
The popular ice caves in northwestern Wisconsin are set to reopen after a temporary closure.
Minnesota Lawmakers Uncork Debate Over Expanded Sunday Liquor Sales
Minnesota lawmakers have uncorked a debate over expanded Sunday liquor sales with discussion of limited expansions.
Wisconsin's Governor to Sign Right-to-Work Bill Next Week
Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to sign a right-to-work bill into law on Monday, not by the end of this week as he had previously said.
Gang Members Accused of Selling Cocaine in Duluth Federally Indicted
A federal grand jury has indicted seven alleged members of two gangs on charges that they conspired to distribute crack cocaine in the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota.
Target Corp. plans $2 billion in cuts over the next two years through corporate restructuring and other improvements.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he will sign into law a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
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Christopher McNelis, 31, of Foxboro, is accused of putting a gun to a man’s head at an after-bar party Saturday morning, according to the sheriff’s office.
New Report Released for MN Handgun Permits
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) today released the 2014 Permit to Carry Report, an annual report summarizing data submitted by Minnesota law enforcement agencies regarding applications made for handgun carry permits as well as data about permit holders.
The Duluth Police Department is notifying the public of 6 drug related overdoses this weekend as result of the use of opioids.
Spring cleaning has arrived for ice houses in southern Minnesota.
Minnesota and Wisconsin
The call is going out for blood donors in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
A hefty surplus puts majority House Republicans in a game of tug-of-war with other Democrats and within their own party.
Music, food and fun brought people together on the UWS campus Saturday evening.
It was a sold out event Saturday evening at the 1st-ever Twin Ports Daddy Daughter Princess Ball.
Brazilian authorities say they’ve captured an American sect leader wanted for sex crimes against girls in the United States and who is on the U.S. Marshals’ most wanted list.
Especially During Harsh Winter Cold
Street outreach teams have been working hard on cold winter days to ensure homeless people in the Twin Cities stay safe.
Investigators say the University of Minnesota should do more to protect vulnerable participants in human research trials.
A Minneapolis man suffered minor injuries after he was struck by a Minnesota State Patrol squad car while he was crossing the stree