The polls are closed for Spring 2015’s Election.
U.S. Representative Sean Duffy continued his town hall tour Tuesday making a stop in Douglas County.
Duluth City Councilor, Joel Sipress, has announced the start of his campaign.
Gov. Scott Walker's staff considered making a lobbyist for a company seeking to dig an iron mine in Wisconsin the state Department of Natural Resources' deputy secretary.
Governor Mark Dayton Tuesday introduced a Jobs Bill that would invest $842 million in infrastructure projects statewide, creating more than 23,900* Minnesota jobs.
As Minnesota lawmakers return to St. Paul, Gov. Mark Dayton is delivering them a list of public works construction projects that would require state borrowing.
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In the wake of a federal judge's decision regarding the legal battle between the city of Duluth and the Fond du Lac Band over the Fond du Luth Casino, many questions remain.
Greenhaven Elementary preschoolers are in class for 7 1/2 hours a week but a proposal making its way through the capital could change that.
Developers planning to build a 114–unit apartment complex at Point of Rocks, got a financial boost from Duluth.
A new state law is taking effect that greatly expands the collection of DNA samples by law enforcement officials.
A wildlife expert says a Republican bill aimed at allowing Wisconsin residents to feed deer may have fatal implications for the animals.
St. Louis County roads are about to get a makeover that has a bigger price tag than what it cost to repair Duluth after the 2012 flash flood.
Minnesota House DFL leaders and local lawmakers visited Duluth Tuesday to give an update on the legislative session.