Lovers of Lake Superior are banding together and saying ‘no’ to a huge hog farm looking to call northern Wisconsin home.
We are less than one week away from Super Bowl XLIX, and as the game is the nations most watched event, it's only fitting the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest weeks for buying TVs.
In their 134th year of business, Duluth Pack, which prides itself on quality and made in America products that are guaranteed for life, has added a new item to its’ shelves.
While some businesses are hurting with the lack of snow this season, there are other businesses in Duluth that are seeing more traffic than usual.
The Superior Chamber of Commerce kicked off its first Lunch and Learn of the season Thursday.
The city of Duluth is asking lawmakers to extend a specially approved tourism tax district in the western part of town to also include the struggling Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A relatively mild December on the Great Lakes allowed iron ore shipments to increase dramatically compared to a year ago when an early arriving winter blanketed the system with thick ice.
This morning, local business owners met to discuss their plan for the legislative session.
Nearly 600 Duluthians came out to celebrate Duluth’s successful downtown Wednesday night.
Around this time last year thousands of people were flocking to Bayfield for a pilgrimage to the ice caves.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness has unveiled his plan to possibly save Lester Park Golf Course by changing a 130-year-old state law to allow alcohol on the course.
Duluthians spend a lot of time taking care of and tuning up their outdoor toys like bikes and snowmobiles.
Duluth has no shortage of coffee shops, but what about a place to get a good cup of tea?
Shopko is closing 14 stores across the country, including the location in Ashland costing 26 people their jobs.
There's an inventor in Superior who says he's got the tech world going nuts for the next big thing.
Thanks to new mom-and-pop shops, the Lakeside neighborhood is a part of Duluth that's on the rise.
The 2014 shipping season is on its last leg and the work is just beginning for workers at Fraser Shipyards.