Duluthians had the opportunity to hear more about a new bike path going in adjacent to College Street between Kenwood Avenue and 19th Avenue East.
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30-Foot Asphalt Tank Up in Flames, Black Smoke
The Superior Fire Department was called around 3:30 p.m. to a 30 foot asphalt tank on fire.
Dayton Orders an End to Moose Collaring in Minnesota
Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered the state Department of Natural Resources to stop the practice of radio-collaring moose as part of studying the animals.
Sunday Liquor Sales
Proponents of scrapping the state’s long-standing ban on Sunday liquor sales have one more shot this year.
The realities of armed conflict and humanitarian action played out in the Northland Monday.
A vehicle went out of control Monday when it struck a house in Poplar, according to officials.
April marks organ donation month and the demand is on the rise with about 150 patients being added to the wait-list every day.
A Proctor High School senior is getting a jump start funding her college education.
Connecting Parents and Childcare Providers
If you’re a parent and have been searching for a quality full-time childcare provider for your child, you may be all too familiar with how hard it can be.
25-Mile Chase Across the Twin Ports
A driver who Minnesota State Patrol said took them on a 25-mile chase is still on the run.
Duluth Councilor Won't Run for Re-Election
A Duluth city councilor has announced she’s not seeking re-election.
Wolves Kill Dogs Near Duluth
Six dogs have been killed by wolves in northern Minnesota in the last five weeks, outpacing last year’s total for the entire state.
Spirit Mountain and COGGS are Semi-finalists
Outdoor enthusiasts, now is the time to get out the vote to bring more mountain bike trails to Duluth.
Two Ramps to Close Temporarily on I-535 in Duluth
Two I-535 ramps will close temporarily for routine inspections in Duluth. Signed detour routes will be in place to direct motorists during the closures.
Duluth Hiker Badly Injured in Fall
A hiker from Duluth, Minnesota was flown out of Waterfall Canyon Sunday afternoon after falling about 40 feet while climbing the rocks with a co-worker.
Glensheen Mansion is getting a jump start on the summer tourism season.
Crews have recovered the body of a missing canoeist on an eastern Twin Cities lake.
Wisconsin has seen the number of organ donors rise since relaunching the state’s donor registry in 2010.
Just before 4:00a.m. Sunday Duluth Firefighters responded to a blaze in East Duluth.
Two Wisconsin men climbing Mount Everest have survived an avalanche set off by a powerful earthquake in Nepal.
Authorities say police officers have shot and wounded a man who drove at them at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Gov. Mark Dayton will convene his Executive Council on Monday as Minnesota responds to a bird flu outbreak that has killed millions of birds in the state’s poultry industry.
Minnesota House Republicans have finalized their bid in the state’s education finance debate.
The Minnesota House wants to restrict transgender students’ access to school locker rooms and bathrooms.
Brats and beer were the focus of a fun afternoon event in Superior.
Maintaining a piece of maritime history is how some passionate volunteers spent their Saturday.
Hundreds were in line Saturday morning waiting to shop at the Bike Swap held at Continental Ski and Bike Shop in Duluth.
The free community event aimed to inspire kids to keep their minds and bodies active.
About 40 power wheelchair soccer athletes poured into the DECC Saturday for some competition.
The funeral for a 10-year-old Crystal boy whose body was found in the Mississippi River will be delayed a week.
Matt Reinartz, spokesman for the Como Zoo, tells Minnesota Public Radio News the same migrating waterfowl suspected of spreading the disease in turkey farms also stop at the zoo in St. Paul.
Gov. Dayton Declares State of Emergency in Minn.
Fears over a large bird flu outbreak are spreading as Minnesota declares a state of emergency Thursday.
Public safety personnel took over Proctor High School Friday.
Check out the sights and sounds of choral singers from Russia at this concert, which was put on the Duluth Sister Cities International.
We exercise and watch what we eat, but sometimes the weight just won’t budge.
After two weeks of helping victims of the Illinois tornadoes, a Duluth Red Cross volunteer has returned home.
Red Cliff Reservation Plans New Housing Development
New supportive housing buildings are being planned on the Red Cliff Reservation.
State of Emergency Declared Over Bird Flu in Minnesota
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has declared a state of emergency over a bird flu outbreak that’s killed millions of birds in the state’s poultry industry.
MN DNR Determines an Environmental Assessment Worksheet Not Needed for Mining Expansion
The Department of Natural Resources has determined that the environmental assessment worksheet (EAW) process for a proposed expansion at the Peter Mitchell Mine near Babbitt in northeastern Minnesota has provided adequate information on potential environmental effects.
Cooking Connection: Balsamic Mushroom Flatbread
For this week’s Cooking Connection, Endion Station shows William Seay how to make a vegetarian flatbread.
Little Beetles Pose Threat to Trees and Water
It’s a little beetle, but causes a big problem. Emerald ash borers pose a threat to streams and rivers in Superior.
Theft Victim Offers Reward on Iron Range
A $1,500 cash reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those who stole a John Deere backhoe from a business in Clinton Township.
Iron Range Plant Stays Idled
An Iron Range mining company’s plant is staying idled.
Authorities Release Name of Duluth Hiker Who Died in B.W.C.A
Authorities have released the name of a 27-year -old Duluth man who died while hiking in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Being Aware of Fleas and Ticks this Spring
If you haven’t already, now is the time for flea and tick preventatives for your pets.
Students at Denfeld High School presented their custom-designed stained glass projects Tuesday to the community.
If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, you know how painful the days can be.
Duluth Homebrew Supply will open in Fitger’s this June.
It’s a sport that has grown exponentially in the Northland in just the past seven years, mountain biking.
For 94-years the Junior League of Duluth has been in existence and Tuesday it finally opened a new office in West Duluth.