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  • Are You a Match: Kidney Donation

    Gena Drift is a 32 year old Duluth woman who spends three days a week hooked up to dialysis machine. She is hoping for a kidney transplant. Could you be a match?

  • Beach Bacteria Warnings: What's Causing Them

    The beaches along the North Shore are a popular place to enjoy the beautiful weather, however, in some spots, signs advised against getting in the water. As the signs indicate, the beach bacteria warnings are from the Minnesota Department of Health, but many wonder what's causing the advisories to show up in the first place. 

  • Local Nonprofit Develops Veteran Fitness, Psychology Program

    The science behind combining fitness and psychology is where a new program called 23V RECON was developed. The whole idea of 23V RECON is to recondition the brain. There's a whole team of combat vets, psychologists and personal trainers with the local non-profit 23rd Veteran working on the program ahead of launch in October. 

  • No Significant Improvement in Minn. Math, Reading Tests

    New statewide test results show students across Minnesota have seen no real improvement in math and reading scores. It's the third year of stagnant test results, and Department of Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius says she's disappointed by the slow progress.

  • Duluth Coordinates Storm Clean-up Help

      Along with power crews, the city of Duluth's tree pick-up crews are out dealing with the storm's aftermath, a job that may last weeks. Curbside pickup is ongoing for branches, tree trunks and brush that came down in many of Duluth's neighborhoods. 




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