DULUTH, MN — Diving for a cause. That’s what hundreds of brave souls did Saturday as they plunged into Lake Superior in the middle of
With colder temps back in the picture, we figured today would be a good day to take a glimpse into the future… In this week’s
Duluth Police have identified the woman run over by a FedEx truck in downtown Duluth Wednesday afternoon.
According to state elections officials, people who mailed in their ballots can still vote in person at their County Courthouse until 8 p.m. Tuesday. Officials stress this will not cancel their vote, but nullify the mail-in vote once it arrives.
Some Duluth elementary school students were able to meet the police chief and mayor today, over a good book.
The fog then froze onto objects which were below the freezing mark from the arctic air we had just experienced, and created Hoarfrost.
Duluth Police say no arrests have been made after a crash last week led to the discovery of a shooting victim in one of the cars.
A stream of the boys game will be provided here, and will also be shown on My9.
Police say two sex offenders will be moving to the Superior area between February 7th and February 12th.
Minnesota’s state tourism agency has unveiled a new marketing campaign based on the slogan “Find Your True North.”
More than 90 tax forfeited properties are set to be auctioned off on February 14th in Hermantown.
The Northland woke up to icy and snow covered roads Monday morning as the latest snowstorm slammed the area.
The finder of the Winterfest Medallion win win $5,000 in cash and an ATV.