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Minnesota legislators talk about what they would like to see achieved in 2017 in St. Paul.
DULUTH, Minn. - The decision of what to do after high school is a big one for seniors, a new design center that just officially opened up this week is attracting…
Changes are coming to the nation's education system following the results of this year's presidential election.
A Superior High School student is battling bullying through an after school activity.
The hallways at one Duluth High School are looking much more colorful than normal.
Calls for unity are coming from the Duluth School system a few days after racist graffiti appeared in one of the high schools.
It's a trend Duluth has experienced for about 10 years, students leaving the district.
Keeping the lights on, and the doors open after school is a practice a group in Duluth hopes to expand.
In the Northland delinquent lunch money accounts are costing schools thousands of dollars.
In a classroom at Lowell Elementary, the sounds of kindergarten are a little different this school year.
As the students and teachers head back to class there’s one type of job in particular has become very difficult to fill.