Madison Musician was to Perform at Deadly Warehouse Fire
Trees for Troops Spreads Making Christmas Brighter for Military Families
Two Brothers Rescued Nearly 5 Hours After Going Missing
First Ever Winter Village Kicks Off At Glensheen Mansion
Despite Chilly Temps, Hundreds Participate in the Jingle Bell Run
Cozy Cabins and Stocking Stuffers at Duluth Winter Village
Twin Ports Groups Raise AIDS Awareness, Share Resources
Animal Allies: Dragonfruit, New Winter Hours
National Campaign Boosts Restoration Effort for Duluth's 1945 Aircraft
Extended Weather Forecast
London Mayor Issues Air Pollution Alert for 1st Time
Dayton: FEMA OKs Individual Storm Aid for Southern Minn.
State Patrol Issues Winter Safety Warning Against Bad Tires
Litchfield Hands Duluth Marshall First Loss, 58-38
Defending State Champions Hermantown Tie with Lakeville South
No. 4 Stevens Point Shuts Out Yellowjackets Offense
UMD Men's Hoops Picks Up First Win of the Season
Minnesota Holds Off Vanderbilt in 56-52 Win
9th Annual USO Variety and Canteen Show Features New Acts, New Location
Sankta Lucia Celebration Highlights Swedish Christmas Culture
First Graders from Queen of Peace in Cloquet Visit WDIO
Live Music, Crafts, and Clydesdales in Biwabik for German Christmas Festival
Mariah Carey Headlines New Year's Eve Lineup in Times Square
White House Says Dylan Won't Attend Meeting with President
Court Filings Suggest Prince's Estate Is Worth $200 Million
Paisley Park to Host 2017 Celebration of Prince's Life
Public File Reports
12/01/2016 11:18 AM
A U.S.-Canadian agency says both nations should develop a plan for dealing with flame-retardant chemicals that have turned up in the Great Lakes.
A man faces drug trafficking charges after police say they found more than $95,000 in Canadian currency in his Thunder Bay hotel room.
The Cook County Sheriff's Office says they found the body of a Duluth man who went missing near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Monday afternoon.
A few trout lakes in northern Minnesota are getting a chemical rehab treatment. The Minnesota DNR is spraying them with a substance that will kill all fish in the lake so it can be restocked with only desirable fish in the spring.
Even world-traveling Minnesotans can appreciate the beauty of peaking North Shore leaves. Folks are traveling from all over the state and beyond to see the vibrant yellows, golds and oranges.
Clover Valley High School closed in 1974 and has changed hands several times since. But it's sat vacant for many years and has since become covered in graffiti and strewn with broken glass.
Mike Ward recently took on the entire Superior Hiking Trail unsupported, and finished it in the Fastest Known Time.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office Volunteer Rescue Squad and first responders successfully located two brothers and their dogs after going missing while hunting.