Whether or not you're an avid outdoor junkie you've probably heard of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
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Duluth Steam has been around for more than 80 years and now company leaders are talking about some big changes.
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.
Although it may seem far away, summer is almost here. With the longer days and warm weather, comes another season: mosquito season.
So far in May, Duluth has seen nearly three inches of rain. But drought conditions still continue, thanks to a shortage of snow and rain earlier in spring.
St. Louis County isn’t backing down when it comes to tackling the issue of invasive species.
A new trail in the Northland will give cyclists the option to travel from city to city. Proctor and Hermantown are working together to create a new paved, multi-use, off street trail.
The Duluth Public Library is thrilled after a bill could put their seed library on the right side of the law.
Lawmakers have reached a compromise with Gov. Mark Dayton's administration over enforcing state standards for protecting wild rice.
Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas at age 89, his lawyer says.
Superior needs your help cleaning up debris left from melted snow and the rain.
Members of a critically endangered seal species are coming to the Minnesota Zoo.
Everybody knows eating locally benefits not only your health, but also the local economy. But Wednesday night, local home–growers in Two Harbors made a push for others to jump on the bandwagon.
The City of Duluth sends 3,200 tons of plastic waste to the landfill every year. A movement that gained momentum in California is going national.
Another step has been taken to end the use of e-cigarettes in indoor public places.