Dozens gathered to read and sing with princes and princess at Miller Hill Mall Saturday.
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Four teenagers from Hermantown received their group's highest honor Friday.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College-Superior welding instructors have spent the last three weeks helping Department of Corrections inmates skills needed to re-enter the workplace.
A day at the arcade where every game is free – it sounds like the perfect day if you're a kid.
Green Bay elementary school officials were surprised when a bill from the state arrived in the mail.
A school on the Iron Range is growing to get kids ready for education at an earlier age.
Kids with the Boys and Girls Club of Superior spent their day celebrating Arbor Day Wednesday.
History is making a comeback in Proctor. Wednesday the Proctor Area Historical Society will have a “soft” opening to unveil its new Whistle Stop Museum.
For some elementary students in Duluth, Tuesday was a good day to have class outside, and spend time in their garden.
Gov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans have reached a tentative deal on education funding, the largest unresolved piece of the state's budget that threatened a government shutdown.
The Legislature's budget-writing committee has voted to cut the University of Wisconsin System by $250 million.
The City of Superior is getting ready to host it's first–ever Insane Inflatable 5K. But this isn't your typical race.
Local leaders encouraged local teens to take the pledge to graduate from high school.
Gov. Scott Walker's proposed $300 million budget cut to the University of Wisconsin System is slated to be voted on by the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee.
The dream of a new multi-million dollar downtown Duluth library is out for Mayor Don Ness -- at least for his remaining months in office.