Minnesota Governor-elect Tim Walz has selected his first five state agency heads who will serve in his administration.
For the second time this season, criminals make a mess at Bentleyville.
Crews have now named the source of a fire, which caused the abandoned Globe elevator to go up in flames, as well as an adjacent property.
The smoke from an abandoned elevator fire in Superior may blow int o West Duluth Monday night.
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.
Two University of Minnesota – Duluth students are helping those who are less fortunate this winter.
A new and unique position has been added to the Duluth Police Department.
Opponents of Enbridge Energy’s proposed Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement are turning their attention to fighting the project on other fronts as a Minnesota regulatory panel prepares to take one of its final steps to allow it to proceed.
Duluth is looking to expand opportunities for women working in nontraditional fields.
A holiday gift for Faith Church in Superior is helping keep things fresh for those in need.
It’s a donation made possible by a $700,000 UnitedHealthcare grant that’s putting new coolers in food pantries across Wisconsin.