Superior Community News

Grant Helps Superior Address Domestic Violence

Blatnik Bridge Reopens after Brief Closure

Partnership Provides Narcan to UWS

Bill Would Create State-Certified Wisconsin Beer Label

Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule

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Farrow Quits UW Board of Regents

UW-Superior Presents 20th Annual Season of Song Concert

Wisconsin GOP Proposes Shortening Statute of Limitations

51-Year-Old Superior Man's Death Ruled an Accident

Federal Official Visits UWS to Hear About Microplastics Research


Mayors Larson, Paine Speak at World AIDS Day Dual Proclamation

Bill Would Allow for Early Electronic Voting in Wis.

Wisconsin Will Likely Have Enough Christmas Trees This Year

Walker Signs Bill Loosening Requirements for Beauty Parlors

Draft Wisconsin Law Would Target Online 'Catfishing' Scams
Wisconsin Health Officials Look at Preventing Elderly Falls
Wisconsin May Allow First Responders to Aid Pets
Santa Paws Event Takes Place in Superior
Holiday Season Kicks Off in Superior
Federal Investigation Sought after Superior Teen Banned from Dance Competition
3 More Arrests at Enbridge Pipeline Site
Wis. GOP Resurrects Bill Exempting Rent-to-Own from Consumer Act
Walker Udderly Uninterested in Ending 'America's Dairyland'
Walker Signs Bill to Eliminate Wisconsin's Minimum Hunting Age
Wis. Legislature Approves Scaling Back Beauty Parlor Regulations
Wisconsin Assembly Passes Bills Addressing School Tests
A member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission wants to see all the data that went into a survey that found nearly 17,000 people didn't cast a ballot because of the state's voter identification law.

Elections Commissioner Criticizes UW Professor Over ID Study

Wisconsin Bill Would Create State-Certified Beer Label
Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule
Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank
Walker Moving Ahead with Plan to Drug Test Food Stamp Users
Bad River Community Honors Jason Pero with Walk
Mall and shopping center parking lots are often targets for thieves.

Duluth Police Say Car Thefts Spiked in 2017

Duluth Police: Public Not at Risk after Shots Fired Incident
Authorities: Truck Goes Through Ice on Grand Lake
Blatnik Bridge Reopens after Brief Closure
East High School Choralaires Sing in Downtown Duluth
Duluth Public Library Holds Hang Up on Fraud Forum
Bad River Tribal Members Voice Concerns About Sheriff's Department

Bad River Tribal members voicing their opinions at Thursday's open meeting.

St. John's Catholic Church Serves Christmas Dinner

Volunteers with St. John's Catholic Church served their Christmas dinner meal on Thursday in Duluth.

LSC Graduates Celebrate with Pinning Ceremony

LSC Graduates Celebrate with Pinning Ceremony

UMD Professor Weighs in on Local Impacts of GOP Tax Bill

UMD Professor Weighs in on Local Impacts of GOP Tax Bill