Lake Superior seems timeless. But in recent years, it has gone through some dramatic changes, including in nutrient content and increase in temperature. Now, a group of scientists is setting out to the waters to find some answers.
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With summer just around the corner, millions of swimmers will enjoy Wisconsin's Great Lakes beaches and cool water on a hot summer day, but waves and currents can be deadly.
Minnesota lawmakers have passed a budget but are bracing for a likely special session.
Hundreds of Northland students can now call themselves college graduates.
Duluth East’s Daredevils Robotics Team is now state champions.
Starting in September, Duluth Elementary Schools will stray from letter grades and move to a standard-based system report card.
A midnight deadline for the Minnesota Legislature to approve a new two-year budget is bearing down on lawmakers, who could see their stay in St. Paul extended by a rift over preschool.
The Spartan Hot Rod Team is a mentoring program teaching Superior high school students how to modify and restore cars.
Hundreds rolled to set a new Guinness World Record in Grand Rapids, Saturday.
UMD held commencement ceremonies this weekend.
Hundreds of local college students threw their hats in the air this weekend as they advance to a new chapter in their lives.
Friday night at WITC graduation, one student topped off her college career with more than just a diploma.
On the eve of graduation, UWS honored its multicultural students for their academic achievements and accomplishments.
For the first time free children's literacy programming is being offered at the Miller Hill Mall.
“It's always an interesting time of the year,” said Director of Career Services at The College of St. Scholastica, Mary Anderson.