It’s been a dangerous year on the road for drivers in Minnesota, as traffic fatalities have surpassed 300.
One person was injured in a rollover in St. Louis County early Monday morning.
So far, it’s a success for the DTA’s new “Grocery Express” route.
Canal Park and Downtown Connected by Skywalk
The Duluth Transit Authority and other groups hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony today for the newly constructed Northwest Passage Skywalk.
A portion of Michigan Street will close for nearly three weeks to complete work for the Duluth Transit Authority’s Multimodal Transportation Center.
The City of Duluth will close 3rd Street Friday to install a gas line .
A small portion of West Superior Street will close next week as a staple in Duluth’s skyline over the last year will come down.
Police Increase Seat Belt Enforcement
Each year in Minnesota, about 150 deaths and more than 400 serious injuries occur because motorists or passengers aren’t wearing seat belts, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
“’The doctors told us she wasn’t going to make it to a year old,” said Chelsea’s adopted father Andy Bockovich.
Highway 53 Relocation Project Clears Final Permiting
The Federal Highway Administration has cleared the Highway 53 relocation project from Virginia to Eveleth for final permitting and construction, the Minnesota Department of Transportation said Friday.
Crashes with Deer Expected to be High Again this Fall
Even when hunters have a difficult time finding deer in the woods, the elusive creatures may still be prevalent on Wisconsin roads.
Name of Person Killed on Bong Bridge Released
Authorities have released the name of the person killed on the Bong Bridge at a construction site on Monday.
ATV's to Be Allowed on County Roads that Connect Trails
St. Louis County commissioners have passed a resolution allowing ATV riders on roads that connect trails.
Construction Worker Killed, Another Injured in Forklift Incident on Bong Bridge
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating an early morning fatality on eastbound Highway 2 in Duluth.
Department of Homeland Security Could Impose New Standards
Minnesota is one of a handful of states where air travelers might need more than a driver’s license to get through airport security.
Northlanders Experience Tethered Rides, Aviation Throwback
Bayfront Park has been taken over by nearly a dozen, colorful hot air balloons!
The third annual Cruisin for Cancer will kick off Saturday.
Power Boat Championships to Start in Superior
It’s an event that’s the first of its kind in Superior.
LSC's Center for Advanced Aviation Officially Opens
Lake Superior College’s Center for Advanced Aviation is officially hosting classes.
Growing Season Brings Special Danger on Roads
For drivers in Midwestern farm country, the growing season brings a special danger on the roads: tall corn that can obscure other vehicles until it’s too late.
Hundreds Prepare to Go Head-to-Head Down Garfield Avenue
A one–of–a–kind drag race is getting ready to take over Garfield Avenue in Duluth this weekend.
Thirty–one fifth graders from Lake Superior Elementary spread 600 pounds of wild rice in the St. Louis River Estuary.
Vehicle Goes Over Edge of Parking Lot in Duluth
There was a scary situation for one customer at a Duluth McDonald’s on Friday.
Two Priorities: Street Maintenance, Employee Wages
Next year’s financial plan for the city of Duluth is being largely characterized as a ‘status quo’ budget compared to the 2015 budget with two primary exceptions.
Renovated Call Center Means More Jobs on the Iron Range
“It’s an exciting time for us,” said Delta Air Lines associate customer engagement director Tony Zupancich.
Truck Driver Gets Stuck in Douglas County
A semi in Douglas County ended up in quite the jam Thursday.
Police Dedicate Extra Patrols at Schools in September
The Duluth Police Department is dedicating extra patrol enforcement in the month of September to ensure the safety of students returning to school.
A Step Towards Enhancing Duluth's St. Louis River Corridor
Wednesday, plans to revamp the Spirit Lake Marina are taking new life.
This weekend horses and their owners will hit the trails in the name of charity.
Iron Range Airport Gets Millions in Funding
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that they have awarded $2,437,539 for infrastructure improvements at the Range Regional Airport in Hibbing.
The Minnesota State Patrol responded to Highway 46 at County Road 143 at 6:41 a.m. Tuesday.
Authorities say three people have died in motorcycle crashes in Minnesota over Labor Day weekend.
Highway Project will Mean Smoother Roads for Motorists
Motorists traveling on Highway 53 in Hermantown will encounter lane restrictions between Walmart and Cirrus Drive beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8 as a resurfacing and accessibility improvement project gets underway.
Crash Leaves 1 Person Injured in Lake County
One person has been seriously injured in a crash in Lake County.
Community Search Effort Reunites A Woman And Her Horse
“She looks great,” said Willow’s owner Etta Souder. “She’s not hurt, she looks great.”
AMSOIL Powerboat Championship Set for September 19
For the first time, the city will host the AMSOIL Powerboat Championship.
Man Killed in Vehicle Rollover
One person has died after their vehicle rolled over in Sawyer County.
Electronic Entrance Gate Will Improve Maintenance, Safety at Airport
Wednesday, leaders with the Sky Harbor Airport in Duluth received a grant for a maintenance project that has been on their to–do list for the past five years.
Gas Prices Lower on Iron Range
Iron Range drivers are also enjoying the low gas prices.
Fallen Deputy Sheriff Honored in St. Louis County
At only 50-years-old, deputy sheriff Bradley Anderson died in an accident while responding to an emergency call, leaving behind a wife and two sons.
Riders and Businesses Disagree on Location
The location of proposed bike lanes in Downtown Duluth is sparking debate between cyclists and business owners.
A Babbitt teenager is in critical condition after a three vehicle crash.
A Minnesota man biked more than 100 miles to Duluth to spread a message of hope.
Nearly 7,000 people gathered in Barker’s Island for an ancient tradition that’s not only fun but raises money for local causes.
We now know the name of a man killed in a three vehicle accident in the Town of Bayview. 79-year-old Roger Bristol of Bayfield died in the crash.
One out of every four deaths on Minnesota roads is DWI related.
Residents, City Councilors Divided Over Sidewalk Details in Road Repair Plan
Details are being finalized for a 22–block street repair project in Ashland that has citizens divided.
Trains No Longer Required to Sound Horns
Trains that pass through the crossing at 2nd Street in downtown Proctor will no longer be required to sound their horns.
Road Work Prompts Temporary Closing of Wisconsin Point Road
Wisconsin Point Road will be closed Monday, August 24 through Wednesday, August 26th (weather permitting) for Cold In-place recycling (CIR) of asphalt on portions of the road.
Bridge to go over the Mississippi River
It’s been a project nearly 6-years in the making: to build a pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi River in Grand Rapids.