Updated: 10/16/2013 11:30 PM
Created: 10/16/2013 4:08 PM WDIO.com
It's a "Hump Day" version of Eyewitness Prep Sports Extra as kids look forward to a long weekend due to MEA. We will focus on High School football games going on in the Northland for the weekend beginning Wednesday, October 16.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18
Duluth Ski Club Continues Cross-Country Tradition
The weather was perfect on Saturday for the Tour Duluth cross-country ski event. Skiers hit the trails from the west to east end of town to celebrate the end of the season, and members of the Duluth Cross-Country Ski Club they'll keep the skiing tradition going.
Brighton Beach Draws Ice Fishing Crowd on a Sunny Saturday
Brighton Beach drew quite the crowd on Saturday. The sunny weather brought people out to do some fishing before the ice was gone. Jeff Swenson said he wasn't catching much, but he was out there for the warm weather.
Coast Guard Begins Ice Breaking on Lake Superior
U.S. Coast Guard officials say ice breaking on the Duluth-Superior harbor this year will be difficult. The director of Vessel Traffic Services tells Wisconsin Public Radio that it's the most ice he's seen on the lake in 25 years.
State Patrol: 4 Killed in Crash Near Sleepy Eye ID'd
The Minnesota State Patrol has released the identities of four people killed in a two-vehicle crash on icy roads Friday near Sleepy Eye. The broadside crash happened on Highway 14 in Brown County just after 8 p.m.
US Navy Sends Destroyer to Help in Plane Search; 2 Stolen Passports Were on Board
The U.S. Navy says it has dispatched a warship to aid in the search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner. The jet vanished Saturday on a flight from Malaysia to Beijing. Vietnamese air force planes report spotting a pair of large oil slicks in the area where the Boeing 777 went missing. The State Department confirms that three Americans were aboard. Additionally, Foreign Ministry Officials say two nationals listed on the manifest of the flight match passports reported stolen in Taiwan.