A handful of people turned out to embrace and celebrate winter Saturday afternoon in Canal Park.
Ice Cross Youth Event
Nearly 100 kids from all over the Northland took part in a new event involving ice, snow and lots of fun.
Civil War Event at Duluth Public Library
Locals came out to the Duluth Public Library to see historical reenactor Arn Kind talk about the Civil War.
After the sculpture tumbled down less than a month ago, the Iceman Roger Hanson, has successfully rebuilt his creation on Barker’s Island.
For the last six years Community Action Duluth’s JumpStart program has helped to provide vehicles to people who are low income people and without transportation.
Annual Spring Community Day
For their annual Spring Community Day College of St. Scholastica students volunteered around the community.
Spectators Bring on the Cheer and Economic Impact
The town of Hayward grew this weekend.
Our pets bring so much love and joy to our lives, and Friday, it was the opportunity to give them a little something in return.
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!
Shelters Fill up in the Cold
All 46 of CHUM’s beds and units in the new Steve O’Neil apartments are taken.
Lake Levels Drop Slightly
This winter’s relatively light snowfalls have caused Lake Superior’s water levels to drop a bit.
C.A.R.E Liberalis Services and Jobs on the Chopping Block
Open since 1987 C.A.R.E. Liberalis has been a place where women come to get off drugs and alcohol and learn life skills.
Fond du Lac Family Fights Legal Battle for Religious Beliefs
In the wake of Autumn’s death, her family hoped to mourn by following the traditions of the Fond du Lac tribe.
Some Northlanders gathered to hear more about academic standards which they say are causing headaches for teachers and students alike.
Part of National 'Give Kids a Smile' Day
Thousands of kids across Minnesota, including in the Northland, got free dental care Friday.
Lives Alone, Drives, Plays Music
One thing is clear about life: There’s birth and then there’s death. Some fear the end result. Some leave us way too soon. But then, there’s the unthinkables who live to be 100 years old and don’t show any signs of stopping. So, what’s the secret to staying young at heart? FOX 21’s Dan Hanger explored that answer in a special report through the eyes of a longtime Northlander, Millard LaJoy.
In Minnesota, winter’s arrival brings threats of snow days, and some districts plan to overcome cancelled school with “virtual school days.”
Ice X Youth Event
Ice X for kids is happening at Mont du Lac Recreation this Saturday teaching anyone ages five and up ice cross downhill.
42nd Annual Track-O-Rama
Every 5th grader in Superior packed UWS’s Marcovich Wellness Center for the annual Track O Rama.
7th Annual Women's Expo
The 7th Annual Women’s Expo will have just about anything you can think of.
Happy Taste buds at a Reduced Price
The sixth annual Eat Downtown Duluth Restaurant Week is underway.
It was a sold out event Saturday evening at the 1st-ever Twin Ports Daddy Daughter Princess Ball.
How to Prepare for the Apostle Islands
If you plan on making the trip to the Apostles Islands it’s advised that you dress for the journey.
Nonprofit Thanks Community Members for their Hard Work
A nonprofit honors locals who helped families down on their luck last Christmas.
Forget about the cold temperatures, brisk winds and instead take a mini vacation at the Duluth DECC.
Escaping the Frigid Temperatures
To escape the frigid winter weather people are booking flights and cruises to warmer destinations.
Noah and Karley Mechley Share their Story
Inside the Other Place Bar in Duluth there were hundreds of people, prizes, pounds of spaghetti and carbon monoxide detectors.
Church Delivers Food Donations
A local food shelf received more than 6,000 pounds of food donations this weekend.
Governor Dayton to Propose Tax Credit
In the final part of our “Daycare Dilemmas” series, we look at what the state of Minnesota is doing to make daycare more affordable.
Family Night Out, or Valentine's Day Date
There will be light shows at the Lake Superior Ice Project on Saturdays in February.
Career and Financial Worries of Daycare
Many area families struggle to find affordable childcare.
Chocolate After Dark: Feb. 17
A local event is serving up chocolate covered bacon and linguine all for a good cause.
MN Child Care Costs Skyrocketing
It’s hard for many parents to find affordable child daycare options.
Grab your sweetheart and hold on tight because this story may take you back to your first date.
Food will go to Union Gospel Mission Pantry
In a FOX 21 follow up a Duluth church is bursting with food after a massive effort to help out a Twin Ports nonprofit.
Daycare Funding Hard on Northland Families
It’s no secret child care is expensive in Minnesota. The average center based day care costs $11,000 a year.
500 Children Living In Out-Of-Home Placement
Many factors can lead authorities to remove children from their homes such as drugs, alcohol and mental illnesses.
Mille Lacs Band Member Dies in Car Accident
Mushkoob Aubid, a Mille Lacs band member, was killed in a car accident over the weekend.
Blamed for Nearly 50 Deaths in Minnesota in 2014
According to the Department of Public Safety, a quarter of fatal crashes in the state of Minnesota alone are a result of texting and driving.
Cloquet Families Open Up Homes for Wilderness Players
For Bill and Patti Exell, watching their 17-year-old son, Billy, drive away to a new home they knew nothing about was not easy.
Community Members, Attorneys and more Attend
With spaghetti, meatballs and lots of other fun local emergency responders rose money for police offices and their families in times of need.
Fishermen flocked to Island Lake for UMD’s 14th annual Big Jig Ice Fishing tournament.
Trucks Fill with Nonperishable Food Items
The wind, snow and sleet did not stop people from coming out to help a local food bank.
More than 100 Locals Attend
A Northland tournament aimed at getting people out on the ice celebrated a milestone Saturday.
Local Places To Express Your Artistic Abilities
FOX 21’s Maya Holmes explores places where people express their artistic abilities.
Event Starts for "I Love to Read Month"
There is a new activity offering locals kids warm fun and literacy at a reasonable price.
Whether it was for a dollar or something else free, panhandlers used to set up inside and outside of Pizza Man in Superior asking for money to buy food, booze and sometimes even to gamble inside the restaurant.
Art Heals the Scars of Bullying
“I feel home, you know, it’s like the best way to put it,” Duluth East High School student Abigail Mitchell said.
Pay with a Hug at Superior McDonald's
In-store customers are being randomly selected to pay with ‘lovin’ instead of cash.
Church Hosts Winter Fun Event
Every year on Super Bowl Sunday a local church kicks off a festival to embrace the cold temps and have some fun in the snow.