The Duluth City Council has unanimously adopted an ordinance to amend the city's zoning map to reclassify property in parts of the Kenwood neighborhood.
The Duluth City Council has unanimously adopted an ordinance to amend the city’s zoning map to reclassify property in parts of the Kenwood neighborhood.
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.
It’s a donation made possible by a $700,000 UnitedHealthcare grant that’s putting new coolers in food pantries across Wisconsin.
Police departments all across Minnesota are seeing a big drop in the number of people who want to be police officers, including in Duluth. The Minnesota Police Chiefs Association announced a big push Wednesday to change that.
Fixes are in the works for Duluth’s new electric buses prompting the fleet to be pulled from their routes.
The lone finalist for the University of Minnesota’s 17th President visited UMD today.
The public is invited to view some new art pieces in the heart of the city.
Next year’s show will feature a demonstration of the F-35 Lightning II.
A new beer will be created at Canal Park Brewing to help those affected by the deadly Camp Fire in California.
A 27-year-old man was taken to the hospital after an apparent stabbing Wednesday afternoon.
A hole in a valve has been cited as the source of an explosion at the Husky Energy Refinery last spring that injured 36 people, and required the evacuation of much of the city of Superior.
Duluth police were called to a homicide at 6:15 p.m. Monday in the 100 Block of West Reis St. in Gary New Duluth.