Governor Says Minnesota Will Offer Modest Bid to Amazon
Man Charged in Connection with Stolen Fishing Lures
Man Killed in Beltrami Co. House Moving Accident
Bill Would Bar UW Employees from Working at Planned Parenthood
New Wetland Basin Will Help Clean Stormwater Before Entering Lake Superior
Korean Delegation Learns about Duluth Model
Duluth's Lake Superior Zoo Hosts Boo at the Zoo
Bowling Tournament Raises Money for Susan G. Komen
Lincoln Park Neighborhood to Host 2nd Annual Open House
Pop-Up Stores Sought for Downtown Duluth
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Wet Autumn Delays Minnesota Harvest, Worries Farmers
Hurricane Ophelia Meandering in the Atlantic
EPA Chief says Administration to Roll Back Climate Plan
National VB Player of the Week Award for UMD's Sarah Kelly
McCarthy: Packers' Rodgers to Have Surgery on Collarbone
CSS Hockey Squads Begin Practices
Denfeld VB Defeats Hibbing
Duluth East's Miles Rohrbaugh to Dive for Division 1 UW-Green Bay
March of Dimes Hosting Tasty Fundraiser
Soup and Civility Exploring Duluth's East-West Concerns
Northland Idol Winner to Audition for American Idol Executive's
Wisconsin Board to Discuss Foxconn Contract this Week
Lakeside Market Full of Local Treasures
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'Happy Death Day' Scares Off 'Blade Runner' at Box Office
Motion Picture Academy Expels Harvey Weinstein
Bruno Mars Leads American Music Awards Nominations
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10/13/2017 10:55 PM
Officials across the board are upset after two environmental advocates were quoted with some disdainful comments about miners in a piece to be published in Sunday's New York Times Magazine.
The DNR has denied extending a public comment period for PolyMet's draft dam safety and public waters work permits.
Folks are invited to walk across the tallest bridge in Minnesota, for a community event on Saturday.
Environmental groups are asking the Department of Natural Resources to give the public more time to comment on the draft dam safety permits for the planned PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
A longtime tourist attraction in Hibbing is wrapping up its final season in its current location.
The governor has provided his perspective about the extension for Chippewa and their quest to finish the former Essar project.
State and local government leaders have agreed to give Chippewa another 30 days to finalize financing.
Two Wisconsin lawmakers have introduced legislation to repeal a law that requires mining companies to prove they've operated without polluting before they can mine in the state.
Members of the Save the Boundary Waters campaign submitted more comments on Thursday, to the U.S. Forest Service, about the proposed withdrawal of federal lands from mineral exploration.
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Gov. Mark Dayton says the state will make a modest bid for online retailer Amazon's second headquarters, which could eventually employ 50,000 people.
Matthew James Cuypers, Jr. has been charged with felony theft. Authorities believe he helped take 3,000 fishing lures that belonged to Marine General.
One man has died and two others have been injured while moving a house onto a foundation in Beltrami County.
University of Wisconsin employees would no longer be allowed to work part-time at Planned Parenthood under a bill supported by anti-abortion advocates that's up for a public hearing.
The City of Superior celebrated their new Poplar Wetland Basin that will clean stormwater before it runs into the St. Louis River and Lake Superior.
Members from a Korean Delegation visiting Duluth learned about the Duluth Model for responding to domestic violence on Monday.
Job seeking can be a daunting process. With help from local resources like the Duluth Workforce Center however, that process can be a little easier. Monday, community members had the opportunity to learn more about the vital community resource.
Kayleene Danielle Greniger has been sentenced to over 30 years in prison for the brutal death of David Haiman of Hibbing in June 2016.