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 ice. With several ice rescues
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
DULUTH–A special holiday display in Duluth’s Park Point neighborhood is back for another year. The lights at Marcia Hales’ “Holiday Spirit in the Lights” residence
Saint Scholastica students staged a sit-in in front of the their president’s office Friday morning, sending a message of disapproval of the college’s possible change to how students report sexual or gender-based violence.
Veteran service officers from across central and northern Minnesota, made the trip to Duluth Friday for some special training.
Wisconsin’s Republican Governor Scott Walker signed the three bills Friday afternoon.
The Superior Fire Department has confirmed a single train car carrying hydrogen peroxide derailed outside near South Range Friday near County Road E and City Limits Road.
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.
DULUTH, MN – The 60th annual Christmas City of the North Parade featured all the favorites: High school marching bands, floats and Santa Claus. Rounding
Duluth Police have determined that an alleged shooting threat made against Duluth East High School was not credible.
DULUTH, MN — This week, KBJR 6 Today anchors Emma Rechenberg and Ryan Haff fly over Duluth with Lake Superior Helicopters. Flight instructor Ed Vanek
There’s only a few more hours to make sure you have health insurance in Minnesota come January.
A new agreement has been reached on the scope and process for removal and deactivation of the current Line 3 pipeline through the Leech Lake Reservation.
Police say a man is recovering from a small stab wound following an incident in Duluth’s downtown area.
Brian Ross Shaw, 34, made his first appearance in St. Louis County Court Thursday morning. He’s facing 2nd Degree Manslaughter charges in the death of 35-year-old Kevin John Weiss.