If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, you know how painful the days can be.
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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.
You could change the life of one of Duluth’s estimated 900 people living in extreme poverty.
Woman Pleads Guilty to Murdering Her Aunt in Stoney Brook Township
Lydia Marie Barney pleaded guilty Tuesday to the intentional second-degree murder of her aunt, Waubunoquay Dawn Randall, at the victim’s Stoney Brook Township home in October, St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin said.
Duluth Man Dies While Hiking in the Boundary Waters
On April 20th at approximately 6:11 p.m., the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office received a medical emergency call involving a 27-year-old Duluth man who was in distress.
Police Release More Details About Fatal DTA Bus Crash
Duluth Police are releasing more information about a crash that left one person dead on April 14th, 2015 at 5:05 a.m at the 400 Block of West Superior Street.
The Minnesota House was going on record about how to pour billions more into road and bridge construction.
Male bonding through team sports may not be just for young people anymore. In this latest edition of FOX Focus on Health, a grown trend of men who continue to keep playing team sports no matter the age, and what health experts are saying about their overall physical and mental health.
Pominville, Parise Net Goals, Dubnyk Posts 1st Playoff Shutout as Wild Go Up 2-1
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Devan Dubnyk made 17 saves and Jason Pominville and Zach Parise scored second-period goals and the Minnesota Wild earned a 3-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues in Game 3 of their Western Conference series on Monday.
In this week’s Knowing Your Neighbor we take a trip to the Iron Range to taste test bear claws at Black Bear Bakery.
The city is looking to construct a 40,000 square foot fenced in area at Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Since January there have been more than 50 wolf complaints in Minnesota, a number that is double what it has been the past few springs.
Duluth Police Ask for Safety During Nerf Wars
Officers say they have noticed dangerous driving habits in connection to the game in the past and want to avoid them from happening again with Hermantown Police seeing problems stemming from the game.
MN House GOP Makes Tax Cut Proposal
Minnesota House Republicans are blending extra income tax credits and business breaks in their centerpiece plan to provide $2 billion in overall relief.
Men from Minnesota Charged with Trying to Join Terrorist Groups
Authorities in Minnesota have charged six men they say attempted to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
Pieces of Minnesota’s $40-billion budget are starting to move.
Fire crews have the upper hand on a fire that has burned thousands of acres in a northern Minnesota state forest.
A Minnesota couple is accused of giving marijuana to their infant.
About 1,000 people gathered at the former site of the Oklahoma City federal building to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terrorist bombing there that killed 168 people and injured many others.
A Minnesota lawmaker wants to restrict public access to parental contact information on birth certificates.
A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison after admitting he strangled a 64-year-old man from western Minnesota while the two were having sex.
Authorities say an outdoor wood stove apparently started a grass fire that destroyed a home and outbuildings in northeastern Minnesota.
Minnesota legislative Republicans are moving to strip powers from Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton, ranging from limiting his team’s authority to write regulatory rules to curbs on staffing.
It has been a few weeks since 8-year-old Cole Merritt has a bicycle.
A retiring Duluth police lieutenant will return belongings of a teen murdered 34 years ago to her family as one of his last duties on the job
Just after 11:00a.m. Saturday morning Superior Fire Department responded to an active fire.
Minnesota community college students could one day have an easier time moving to a four-year state school.
Health officials are reacting with alarm to the latest news about just how many young people are lighting up e-cigarettes.
Two vacant Duluth schools have been officially sold to a real estate developer, according to district officials.
The gavel was thrown out of the courtroom Friday night so the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office could play — for a good cause of course.
Victim Was 87 Years Old
Wednesday’s accident on Highways 2 and 64 in Grand Rapids has turned fatal, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Isle Royale Gray Wolf Population Drops to Lowest Since Study Began
Scientists say the number of gray wolves at Isle Royale National Park has dropped to three _ the fewest since biologists began studying the population on the Lake Superior island chain in the 1950s.
Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don Henley alleging trademark infringement.
Weekend Spotlight: April 17-19
21-Year-Old Man Arrested in Duluth
A 21-year-old man was behind bars Thursday night after a stabbing at the Steve O’Neil Apartments in Duluth’s Central Hillside.
Duluth police are investigating after a 29-year-old biker was struck by a 35-year-old driver.
Service Held to Celebrate Beginning of Shipping Season
Thursday, the Twin Ports truly kicked off the shipping season as dozens gathered for a ceremony of the port blessing.
Number of Child Flu Deaths Climbs to 9 in Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed another child’s death caused by seasonal flu.
MN Senate Votes Against Sunday Liquor Sales
Minnesota senators have voted down a plan to allow liquor stores to open on Sundays.
Duluth City Councilor Won't Run for 2nd Term
Linda Krug, Duluth City Councilor at Large, Thursday announced she will not seek a second term on the Council.
Cooking Connection: Warm Beet Salad
In this week’s Cooking Connection, William Seay learns how to make a warm beet salad with Lake Avenue Restaurant.
Kestrel Merges and Forms New Company
ONE Aviation Corporation has been formed to design, develop, and manufacture a family of aircraft, each of which will be a market leader in its category and class.
Senate Set to Vote on Sunday Liquor Sales
It’s showdown time again over Sunday booze sales.
Duluth is moving forward with its plans for parks and recreation in 2015.
St. Luke’s Hospital showed off major expansion and enhancements at its cancer center.
Fire Displaces 2 at Duluth Apartment Building
At 0721 on Wednesday April 15th, 2015, the Duluth Fire Department responded to a report of a clothing dryer fire.