Police responded to the area of 2nd Avenue West and Superior Street around 11:40 p.m. April 2.
The Duluth City Council will consider tightening license requirements for massage therapists and facilities next week in an effort to protect against prostitution and sex trafficking.
If you’ve got a craving for ice cream, a Duluth favorite is getting ready to open its doors this weekend.
Build a city that brings the community together – that’s Mayor Jim Paine’s vision for the future.
We’re learning new details after Duluth East High school went into a full internal lockdown just before 1 p.m. Friday.
Kay and Jared’s parent company will close 150 stores this year, no word on future of Duluth locations
Signet Jewelers (SIG), which operates Kay, Zales, Peoples and Jared stores, plans to close more than 150 stores this year as traffic slows to the mall retailer.
In the Spirit Valley neighborhood, one couple is making their mark on the region with their unique art. This week, KBJR 6 Today anchors Emma Rechenberg
Phase two of the Superior Street reconstruction project is set to start on Monday, April 8th, 2019, which will cause some bus route detours.
Stauber said lawmakers shouldn’t do away with it without having something better to replace it.
The man suspected of shooting and killing a man in Downtown Duluth last year will now face a jury.
St. Scholastica will soon be adding a new undergraduate course, but not on its Duluth campus.
You have the opportunity to learn about treaty fishing from tribal leaders in the area on Thursday.