Winter is right around the corner and the question on everybody's mind is will we have a winter like last year. With record stretches of cold and record snowfall last year is one we one like to forget. Chief meteorologist Justin Liles lets us know what we can expect this year
A 22-year-old Lake Nebagamon woman was hospitalized on Wednesday evening after an armed standoff with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. On Tuesday, authorities say that same woman was found by her neighbors unresponsive and not breathing after they saw flames coming from a downtown Lake Nebagamon home.
On Thursday, Rep. Rick Nolan received a letter from the Secretary of the Army that funding for the playing of "Taps," a rifle salute, and delivering a folded American flag will be restored.
People who work in the Northland's health system are communicating on a regular basis, to prepare for Ebola, even though it's unlikely to appear here.
St. Luke's received three honors from the American Heart Association on Thursday, for their approach and teamwork when taking care of heart and stroke patients.
Advocates of expanding Minnesota's new medical marijuana program to allow more people to qualify say they have the support of every gubernatorial candidate except incumbent Democrat Mark Dayton.
After serving food for over two years, West Duluth's Pak's Green Corner has decided to close its doors. Owner Pak Williams said it isn't a money issue, she just wants to spend more time with her family.
Come Friday night, thousands of Northland kids will be indulging in their fill of sugary treats, but what about those kids who have food allergies? One Cloquet family has first hand experience and they're raising awareness with the help of a teal pumpkin.
The first Duluth Kwik Trip is now officially open for business. The newest one-stop shop opened Thursday on 4201 Grand Avenue in West Duluth. It's the third one in the area.