Recovery Month: The Hope Beyond the Addiction
First Handwritten Bible in 500 Years on Display
Cirrus Vision Jet On Market For Purchase
UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe
Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington
Annual Forestry Day Teaches Duluth Students Lessons in Nature
United Way Hosts 26th Annual Chili Cook-Off
Bentleyville in Need of Volunteers
Extended Weather Forecast
Hurricane Maria Makes Landfall in Puerto Rico
Warm Conditions Help Major Minnesota Crops Mature
Earth Sweltered to 3rd Hottest August, Summer on Record
Sabathia, Gardner Help Yankees Top Twins
Santana Homers, Brewers Keep Pace in NL Central with 1-0 Win
Duluth Huskies Announce Additions of Two Assistant Coaches
WI Hall of Fame Coach Honored at Northwestern's John Woodbury Cross Country Invite
Saints and Lumberjills Settle for 1-1 Draw
'Twin Ports Scam Jam' Aims to Educate Seniors
Temporary Road Closure in Hermantown
Grand Rapids to Host MN Governor's Deer Opener
Jedidiah Bila Departs ABC's 'The View'
Words With Friends Adds 50,000 Pop Culture Words
Jarvi's 'African Menagerie' Unveiled in Grand Rapids
'It' Stomps 'Mother' with $60M in Second Week
Husker Du Drummer, Singer Grant Hart Dies of Cancer
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Public File Reports
09/20/2017 08:54 AM
The Grammy Award-winning country group, Little Big Town is coming back to Duluth for a concert next year.
America's largest free walk through lighting display is in need of Volunteers.
Gone is the "UMD Statesman." Now, the college's newspaper is called "The Bark."
The annual Hawk Weekend Festival wrapped up on Sunday with a viewing of the bird migration at the Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve.
Hundreds celebrated the 125th year of the St. Scholastica Monastery.
Saturday's Kids Live performance, being held as part of the 5th Annual Hot Air Balloon festival, has been moved inside due to the rainy forecast.
The Duluth Police Department says it is investigating a report of a sexual assault involving a juvenile male in the Woodland neighborhood.
An island off the northeast tip of Minnesota is back with an American Indian tribe.
A northern Minnesota homeowner fired a gun at an intruder late Saturday night. According to the Cass County Sheriff's Office, the search for the alleged suspect is ongoing.