Ann Fure and her husband Rolf have visited Liberia several times with a group on a medical mission, but they can't go this year because of the Ebola virus. Instead, they're sending money and supplies.
Some of Minnesota's top leaders met in Duluth Wednesday, to speak about the impact of climate change and the plans to address it.
Duluth Metals released a feasibility study on Wednesday showing the Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota would be economically competitive.
Republican candidate for Senate Mike McFadden toured the PolyMet plant site on Wednesday. McFadden had already voiced his support for the project, and he said Wednesday's tour strengthened his resolve to help get it going.
Cirrus Aircraft is expanding its international sales network to India. Cirrus India, located in New Delhi, officially joined the company's authorized sales team in July. A Cirrus executive said it will mean good things for Duluth.
Taking the ACT college admission test will now be a graduation requirement for all Minnesota students.
Downtown Duluth welcomed a new neighbor on Wednesday as Lake Superior College officially moved its manufacturing training program to Second Avenue West.
A federal judge has denied a request to stop an election that could unionize thousands of individuals who provide in-home health care to the elderly and disabled.
The ALS ice bucket challenge is quite literally soaking the nation. Donations are pouring in now more than ever. What started in Massachusetts has now exploded nationwide. WDIO Reporter Julie Kruse accepted the challenge on live television.