A movie production company says financial incentives from the state of Minnesota prompted it to open a new studio on the Iron Range.
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Many families have picky eaters, but a small number of them are extremely picky eaters.
Cooking Connection: Burrito Union Tacos Al Pastor
For this week’s Cooking Connection, William Seay makes tacos with Burrito Union.
The U.S. Coast Guard has begun its annual mission to remove buoys and beacons from the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway before winter.
It was a night to celebrate supporters of Duluth’s YMCA Wednesday.
Calling all witches, zombies and ghouls! The “Superior Spooktacular” is this Saturday on Tower Avenue.
It’s a condition that strikes fear in the hearts of many parents.
Mall restaurants and food vendors offered samples in exchange for donations.
$80-Million Dollar Construction of 2 New Elementary Schools
Grand Rapids voters will soon decide whether to approve an $80-million dollar school referendum that’s coming up on the November ballot.
Former Iron Range Newspaper Publisher Dies
Longtime newspaper publisher and Minnesota Iron Range political force Veda Ponikvar has died at age 96.
WI Lawmakers Propose Bill to Let Hunters Wear Pink
A pair of legislators is trying to convince an Assembly committee to approve a bill that would allow hunters to wear blaze pink.
Chippewa Drew Up New Regulations
A federal judge in Madison is allowing Wisconsin’s Chippewa tribes to hunt deer at night in part of northern Wisconsin.
The team at Duluth’s Animal Allies is cheering a little louder after one successful Fur Ball fundraiser.
The University of Minnesota-Duluth says it is pumping out $521 million into the region’s economy every year, which is a 5.7 percent increase since 2010.
It’s a perfect sport if you’re looking to challenge yourself, spend some time in nature and gain strength and flexibility.
They may look good, but what they’re doing to our feet is anything but pretty.
Duluth Police: Man Fled the Scene
Duluth police are investigating after a serious one-vehicle accident that ended in a pond Tuesday.
Mills and Nolan to Face Off for 8th Congressional Seat
There’s a high-stakes, big-bucks rematch brewing for Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District seat.
The Minnesota Historical Society plans to ask state lawmakers for more than $30 million to build a new visitors center at Fort Snelling.
Residents of a small resort community near the Canadian border say the loss of three young men in the Lake of the Woods is puzzling because all were fishing guides who were familiar with the changing waters.
Native Americans in Cook County, Minn. held a rally Monday to urge county commissioners to end Columbus Day and proclaim the day as “Indigenous Peoples Day.”
Many Americans have decided to curb or even eliminate gluten from their diets because it makes them feel better.
Intersection with High Number of Accidents to Become a 4-Way Stop
A dangerous intersection in Douglas County is about to get some improvements to make it safer.
300 Protesters Participated
More than 300 protesters participated in an anti-abortion rally designed to encourage Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to investigate Planned Parenthood.
Event Honored Youth Volunteers
Douglas County 4-H celebrated the accomplishments of its outstanding youth members Sunday.
Clues leading to a cure for cancer may come from an unlikely source – elephants.
3 Boaters Went Missing on Lake of the Woods Last Week
Law enforcement officers have recovered the body of a second boater missing for the past week on Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota.
The crash happened at 12:04 a.m. on Highway 65 south of Swan Lake.
First Weekend of Event, Large Crowds
Nearly 6,000 people packed in the Lake Superior Zoo Saturday for the annual Boo at the Zoo.
It was a purr-fectly good time at the Fur Ball fundraiser Saturday evening.
High School Students Invited to Learn about Engineering
More than 200 students were able to explore UMD’s Engineering Department Saturday.
Dinosaur fossil found at Hill Annex Mine
A dinosaur claw fossil found on northeastern Minnesota’s Iron Range could help researchers better figure out what sort of dinosaurs lived in the state.
Body of Justin Haugtvedt Recovered
Law enforcement officers have recovered the body of one of three missing men on Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota.
2016 - Dayton's sixth annual pheasant opener
Montevideo has been selected to host the 2016 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Opener.
Funds go to Duluth's Life House
Area students are taking a stand against youth homelessness in our community, by sleeping in cardboard boxes.
Active Adventures: Muscle Pump
For this week’s Active Adventures, William Seay takes a fitness class at the YMCA.
Pheasant Population up from Last Year
Gov. Mark Dayton travels to Mankato Friday for the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Opener.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and CASDA in Superior is taking the lead on the issue.
So far, it’s a success for the DTA’s new “Grocery Express” route.
400 Students, 90 Employers Attend
More than 400 students took part in the Head of the Lakes Job and Internship Fair Thursday.
"Kindness in Chalk" kicks off Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
A simple childhood toy is being used to spark conversations at a local school about bullying.
Northern Rail TrainCar Inn
Whether you’re a travel enthusiast or just looking for something a bit different than staying at your run of the mill hotel, the Northern Rail Traincar Inn might be a perfect fit.
An update on local news and weather.
Jo Angel Lost Her Son to Suicide
The 7th Annual Suicide Awareness Memorial Walk will take place this weekend.
Cooking Connection: Burrito Union
In this week’s Cooking Connection, William Seay spends time with Chef Brett Knutsen from Burrito Union.
'Whispering Pines' Tells Stories of Northland Cabin Life
St. Paul author Elliot Foster will hold a book signing for his new novel ‘Whispering Pines: Tales From a Northwoods Cabin.’
Minnesota’s justices of the state’s highest court came to UMD Wednesday night for an informal dinner with community members.
Wednesday night was a night to “Take Back The Night” in Duluth.
The University of Minnesota-Duluth’s Homecoming Week continued with cardboard boat races Wednesday.
Four Boys and One Girl Get Opportunity to Ride in Fire Engine
Talk about showing up to school in style.