It's easy to think of chocolate when you want to express your love especially around Valentine’s Day.
More than 140 people got together to learn more about health care jobs at Lake Superior College Wednesday evening.
Minnesota residents suffering chronic pain won't be able to get medical marijuana until summer 2016 at the earliest.
Researchers say as many as one in ten Americans may be living with a brain parasite and not even know it, according to a study from the University of Arizona.
There are nearly 120 young people who are homeless on any given night in Duluth and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota wants to put an end to this.
The Centers for Disease Control says one in 68 children has autism.
Mushkoob Aubid, a Mille Lacs band member, was killed in a car accident over the weekend.
A Duluth hospital is hosting an event to help cancer survivors.
A Wisconsin hospital is testing a patient for Ebola after they had recently been in West Africa.
Superior hockey fans supported more than just the players at Wessman Arena Thursday.
When it comes to running, it turns out less is more.
As most doctors try to convince parents to get their children vaccinated the recent measles outbreak has also become a potent political issue in Washington.
Tuesday afternoon, community members celebrated the opening of a building honoring the legacy of a man who dedicated his life to helping others.
In Part 3 of a special series called “Young at Heart,” FOX 21’s Dan Hanger checks back in with 101-year-old Millard LaJoy of Pike Lake who still drives, lives on his own and is full of life.
A group of Minnesota high schools will soon start screening students for depression.