Authorities say there is ``no credible threat'' associated with the Mall of America after the release of a video purportedly made by Al-Qaida-linked rebels that urges Muslims to attack shopping malls.
Tuesday is an important day for Superior residents.
Tuesday evening, the Duluth City Council updated Midway Township on the annexation agreement that happened back in November.
Republican leaders made a stop in Duluth Friday to help grow better paying jobs.
The Duluth Transit Authority is going green thanks to a multi-million dollar federal grant.
It’s a controversial topic -- whether felons serving the rest of their sentence out of jail should be given the same rights as law-abiding citizens.
Big budget cuts could once again take a stab at the University of Wisconsin System -- this time in the form of a proposed $300 million.
Every year Minnesota spends $18 billion on non-renewable energy.
After an all night debate, the Wisconsin State Assembly has passed the right-to-work bill on a party line vote. But, democrats rallied against the bill saying it was designed to destroy labor unions.
School board member, Art Johnston, has filed a federal lawsuit against the Duluth School Board and District.
Minnesota lawmakers have uncorked a debate over expanded Sunday liquor sales with discussion of limited expansions.
Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to sign a right-to-work bill into law on Monday, not by the end of this week as he had previously said.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he will sign into law a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Duluth Police are getting more help when it comes to responding to mental health calls.
A bill that would increase speed limits on some Wisconsin highways and freeways has coasted through another green light at the Capitol.