Indigenous food expo brings unique experience for Duluthians

Community members in Duluth had the opportunity to attend a unique new event on Saturday, the Indigenous Foods Expo.

Fond du Lac band files lawsuit regarding PolyMet permits

The Fond du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of engineers regarding the permits issued to PolyMet for the company’s proposed copper nickle mine near Hoyt Lakes.

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Community members in Duluth walk for a cause

The rain Saturday morning didn't stop community members from taking a walk for a good cause.

Minnesota’s third veteran’s cemetery dedicated in Duluth

Those who served our country along with family and friends gathered Saturday afternoon to dedicate the Duluth Veterans Cemetery.

St. Luke’s nurses, hospital reach tentative contract agreement

The Minnesota Nurses Association and St. Luke's reached a tentative contract agreement during the early morning hours of Saturday, according

Annual ceremony for National POW/MIA Recognition Day brings awareness

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Association hosted an annual ceremony in honor of the day at Memorial Park in West Duluth.

Wisconsin Schools work towards closing the gap

The state of Wisconsin is looking to close their achievement gap in all schools, and are working with the Cooperative