Author: Zach Richie

Lost Souls of Lakeside Scares Up Fun

Lost Souls of Lakeside creator wants to make it the Bentleyville of Halloween.

One Duluth resident has taken his love of Halloween to scary new heights. He has created the Lost Souls of Lakeside at his home in the 4500 of Gladstone in Duluth.

Presentation Silver Returns to Duluth

The silver was given to the USS Duluth nearly fifty years ago. Now the set will return to its city of origin.

Fifty years ago, the city of Duluth presented a set of silver to the USS Duluth. In a rare and historic gesture, the Navy will return the silver to Duluth.

UWS Holds Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence

Panelists speak out on the issue to help erase domestic violence.

Nearly 70% of women across the world will be sexually or physically assaulted by their intimate partner. The University of Wisconsin-Superior is trying to change those statistics by hosting a community panel on the topic.

Cornelia Back in Duluth Harbor

The ship that was detained in 2015 is now back in the harbor to unload cement and then load up grain.

 Cornelia is back in Duluth harbor to unload cement and is awaiting its turn to load up on grain. The ship was detained for six weeks in 2015

Lake Superior Zoo Seeks Financial Help

Zoo asks city for $200,000 subsidy and an extension to repay its line of credit.

The Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth is facing an uncertain future without help from the city. The zoo pleaded its case for a $200,000 subsidy and an extension of the deadline to repay its $300,000 line of credit.

Lincoln Park Business Owner: There’s A Growing Drug Problem

Police Chief Mike Tusken Talks Problem Solving, Perspective

A day after the fatal shooting of a man on West Superior Street in Lincoln Park, one longtime business owner nearby told FOX 21 it was time to speak out about what he calls the worst drug problem the area has seen since he started running his business in the area 20 years ago.   But Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken told FOX 21 the Lincoln Park business district is seeing a revitalization that isn’t as bad as some may think.