Of all the health conditions out there, hearing may not always be a top priority for folks. That means potential problems can go undiagnosed for quite a while. Better Hearing Month serves as a great reminder to check how your your ears are doing. It also raises awareness for the growing number of people suffering from hearing loss.
The defendants in a lawsuit by a former Itasca County Sheriff's deputy have filed a response, denying allegations that they made a work environment so miserable the deputy felt he must quit. Both sides are demanding a jury trial.
The Duluth International Airport and emergency responders held an active shooter drill Wednesday morning. The FAA requires live exercises every three years, and it gives all involved a chance to assess emergency procedures for weaknesses.
Grandma's Marathon is showcasing their more than 20,000 participants in a unique way ahead of the June 18th race.
The Minnesota Incident Command System says the Crab Lake Entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness will reopen Friday as containment of the Foss Lake Fire rises.
Gov. Mark Dayton says he's open to calling a special legislative session next month if top lawmakers agree to meet his requirements.
Iron Range officials hope to see Gov. Mark Dayton's signature on bills that include millions of dollars in subsidies for an unidentified wood siding manufacturer.
The plan announced Wednesday calls for the farmer-owned cooperative to use its retail network help expand participation in the Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program. It encourages farmers to voluntarily implement conservation practices that protect water quality.
The state of Minnesota is suing a professional fundraising company and its affiliate, alleging the Michigan firms are deceptively soliciting money for a veterans' charity.