Other than a typical fundraiser, "We like to think out of the box,” said Cathy Kates with B105. “There's a lot of runs, there's a lot of walks, there's a lot of spaghetti dinners."
A San Francisco-based start-up company is using artificial intelligence to detect and prevent cancer, pushing medicine firmly into the 21st century.
With most of the snow melted on city streets, the ugly side of spring is starting to show it's stinky self.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Medical Association have joined forces to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes.
In the weeks following a bullying incident that lead to the death of a Duluth teen, a new Facebook page called "Taking a Stand Against Bullying in Superior WI" was started by community members who decided it was time to make a difference.
Parents know the conversation too well. Your baby is clearly trying to tell you something, but they haven't mastered the use of words yet.
"We are licensed for the advanced aged and Alzheimer's, dementia," Harmony Homes administrator Pamela Clark said.
Three U.S. senators have unveiled a bill that, if passed, could end the federal ban on medical marijuana.
Duluth City Officials are setting limits on where a medical marijuana distribution center can be placed in the city and many locations are already being considered in a recent proposal.
While you may be enjoying the beautiful spring view, millions of Americans are in misery with watery itchy eyes, runny noses and sneezing.
It's time for the clocks to spring forward before you head to bed tonight.
Skiers and instructors from across the Midwest gathered at Spirit Mountain to better their moves on the slopes.
Nearly 1,000 people are getting to jump into Lake Superior Saturday for the 15th Annual Duluth Polar Bear Plunge.
All 46 of CHUM’s beds and units in the new Steve O’Neil apartments are taken.
If you went out for dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day, chances are, the couple sitting next to you met online.