Twin Ports Community News

Robotics Competition Held at Superior Middle School

Love-A-Pet back at Miller Hill Subaru

Duluth's Mounted Patrol Unit to be Disbanded

Morgan Park School Set to be Demolished

Kicking Off the Holiday Season in the Twin Ports

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Workforce Housing Complex Going Up Near Mall

St. Luke's Offers eCare for Minor Health Conditions

St. Louis County Opens Door for Opioid Lawsuit

Glensheen Decks the Halls with 25 Trees

'Can of Worms' Reconstruction Plans Moving Forward


UMD Celebrates Topping Off New Building on Campus

txt4life Offers Help for Kids in Need

Duluth Woman Hosting Fundraiser For Hurricane Victims

Three Twin Ports Congregations Sponsor Humanitarian Fundraiser

Duluth's Miller Hill Mall Hosts Mini Maker Faire
Hunter the Therapy Dog Making Connections at Denfeld
Northlanders Share Opinions of Country Music
One Diocese of Duluth Insurer Reaches Bankruptcy Settlement
Two Outspoken School Board Members Lose Their Seats
Duluth Voters Unseat Hanson, Other Council Incumbents Re-Elected
Duluth Couple Celebrates 75th Wedding Anniversary
Council Accepts Grant for Fire Department Rescue Boat
Essentia Health Shows Public New Surgical Robot
Researchers Find Way to Keep Sea Lampreys in Check
Kurdish Author Shares My Journey to America Story
Baby Cotton-Top Tamarin Debuts at Lake Superior Zoo
Bill Nelson celebrated his 103rd birthday on Wednesday.

Northland Man Celebrates 103rd Birthday

Early Morning Fire Destroys North Shore Home
Researchers Find Way to Keep Sea Lampreys in Check
MN Researcher Raising Money for Moose Parasite Research
Two Harbors Town Hall Brings Awareness to Mental Health
Deaths of 2 Men in Wadena Co. Investigated as Murder-Suicide

Deaths of 2 Men in Wadena Co. Investigated as Murder-Suicide

Brainerd Hospital Won't Take Civilly-Committed Patients
Minnesota Power Unveils Community Solar Garden Program
Black Bear Casino Observes Native American Heritage Month
Evidentiary Hearings on Line 3 Pipeline Begin
Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says he won't resign after allegations he groped a Los Angeles radio anchor in 2006.

3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener

Three hunters in Wisconsin accidentally shot and wounded themselves on the opening day of gun deer season.

Local Family Holding 4th Annual Holiday Toy Drive For Hospital Patients

Drop-off locations are located at different businesses in Ashland and Duluth.

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing

The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe filed a federal lawsuit against Mille Lacs County over what the band contends is lax policing on the reservation.