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.
Voter turnout is looking to be a high number across the Iron Range.
Police in Chisholm are asking the public to help in the continuing search for a man missing since May.
Voters are out in full force on this Election Day, and we want to see what lines are looking like, as well as your stickers!
In the digital age, encouraging voter turnout has now moved to Facebook and Snapchat and to your smartphones.
So far there’s nothing but positive reaction in Aurora about the proposed copper-nickel mine. “Super excited. Great to see something go into town hopefully, finally.
Democrat Tim Walz and Republican Jeff Johnson differ on how to tackle the topic.
The United Steel Workers union has announced the negotiating committee has reached a tentative agreement with ArcelorMittal.
Police say a threat made on Thursday regarding placing bombs around the Hibbing High School are not considered a credible threat.
We talked with Mayor Mark Skelton about today’s news, and he had nothing but good things to say.
President and CEO Jon Cherry says it’s a victory for Iron Range families who will benefit from the hundreds of jobs constructing and operating the mine is expected to create.