Minnesota Governor-elect Tim Walz has selected his first five state agency heads who will serve in his administration.
We’re about a week out from the official start of Winter and this weekend’s mild temperatures are expected to draw people outside, and onto the
The National Weather Service in Duluth said late Friday that a trail in the sky might have been from a large aircraft traveling from Chicago to Tokyo, and not a meteor.
According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, the goal is to encourage families to extend their holiday by spending time together with a walk outdoors.
While it may seem a little too soon to buy, they’re encouraging people to avoid the lines come August by selling tickets for just $11 dollars right now.
Patients wanting to see a doctor for heart problems will no longer have to travel as far to see a physician or cardiologist.
Small Business Saturday is November 24th!
As we head into the Holiday season, the Duluth Police Department has provided a few tips on how you can prevent your possessions from being stolen from your home or vehicle.
The St. Louis County Board is hosting two meetings in the coming weeks to discuss and receive feedback on the 2019 proposed tax levy and operating budget.
Tonight on the KBJR 6 News at Ten, we’re putting three of them to the test, and telling you what guns they will and won’t stop, and more importantly, if they’ll keep your children safe.
If you’re looking to get out of cooking this Thanksgiving, here’s a list of some Thanksgiving buffets and dinners taking place around the Northland.
Firefighters are called to more home cooking fires on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year.
VIRGINIA, MN – Elevated Carbon Monoxide levels forced seven people, including small children, to leave an apartment building Thursday night, according to Friends of the Northland FireWire.