A dog was killed when a cabin in northern St. Louis County caught fire Thursday evening. The fire started in a bedroom area and is not considered suspicious.
The case against Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell is now in the hands of a jury after closing arguments took place Thursday afternoon. The jury began deliberations at just after 5 p.m. and they adjourned for the night just after 8 p.m.
With warmer temperatures, more people are hitting the water. Swimmers may still be wary of the cool water of Lake Superior, but there's something else swimmers should be aware of and you can't see it - it's E. coli.
The future of Duluth's 4th Street was a heated topic Thursday night, as St. Louis County engineers discussed tree removal plans.
Mining was a hot issue during the debate for Wisconsin's 74th Assembly seat Wednesday night. Two democrats are vying for Rep. Janet Bewley's open seat.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Superior is getting grant money from the state to help fund more sections of high-demand welding programs.
The University of Minnesota Duluth was recently awarded nearly $9 million to construct a new drilling platform for research in Antarctica. The Office of Polar Program at the National Science Foundation says the $8.97 million grant will build what's called the Rapid Access Ice Drill, called the RAID for short.
The University of Minnesota is celebrating a milestone in creating an experimental particle detector that it says could eventually yield important information about the beginning of the universe.
The Minnesota DNR is increasing the target harvest for this fall's wolf hunt from 250 to 280. The DNR says the latest population survey estimates that there were 2,423 wolves living in Minnesota this past winter, which is 212 more animals than estimated the previous winter.