Polymet Hosts Project Update, Site Tours
Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Bayfield County
Woman Dead, Two Injured in Virginia House Fire
Crews Battle Fire in Duluth's Lakeside Neighborhood
Man Missing after Capsized Canoe Found
Duluth Launches Effort to Address Growing Dementia Cases
Northern Lights Express Update: Rail Crossing Impact Minimal
Council Unanimously Approves Financial Aid for Duluth Zoo
Local Leaders Pursue National Water Trail Designation for St. Louis River
UMD Faculty Faces Layoffs to Reduce Budget Deficit
Extended Weather Forecast
Seymour Becomes a Major Category 3 Hurricane in the Pacific
UN Weather Agency: Heat-Trapping Gas Surges Beyond Milestone
Winter Outlook: Warm South, Cooler North
Prep Sports Extra for October 25 & 28
Dubnyk Makes 27 Saves, Wild Beat Bruins 5-0
Kluber, Perez, Indians Beat Cubs 6-0 in World Series Opener
Duluth Denfeld Boy's Soccer Ready for State
Restraining Order vs. Gophers Quintet to be Heard Next Week
Banquet and Silent Auction to Benefit Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge
Wild Game and Brewer's Feast This Weekend at Grand Superior Lodge
CASDA, UWS to Host Open Discussion on Domestic and Dating Violence
Military and Veterans Ball is Coming Up in Superior
Animal Allies: Freddy
Actor Mark Ruffalo in North Dakota to Oppose Oil Pipeline
1960s Pop Singer Bobby Vee Dies at 73
Dreams Do Come True: Ruby Slippers Project Passes $300K Goal
Tyler Perry's 'Madea' Tops Cruise's 'Jack Reacher' Sequel
Nobel Academy Member Calls Bob Dylan's Silence 'Arrogant'
Public File Reports
WDIO-TV - 2017 STORM TEAM WEATHER CALENDAR PHOTO CONTEST
Mark Ruffalo is co-founder of The Solutions Project, which promotes clean and renewable energy. He says he plans to deliver a pair of Navajo-made solar trailers on Wednesday to help power the encampments established to protest the pipeline.
Pop singer Bobby Vee, whose early 1960s hits included the chart-topping "Take Good Care of My Baby," has died. He was 73.
Smithsonian officials are "over the rainbow" after reaching their fundraising goal to help preserve the ruby slippers from "The Wizard Oz."
Perry's "Boo! A Madea Halloween" opened this weekend in the top spot with an estimated $27.6 million, edging Cruise's "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" into second place.