As 1,700 students poured out of East High School on Thursday afternoon, student and parents driving, walkers, and bikers all vying for space in the rush to leave, creates major congestion and safety concerns...
Senator Al Franken will talk with Cuban business leaders and others about ways the U.S. can open up relations with Cuba through tourism.
See for yourself how well you can drive while texting or dialing your cell phone during Essentia's Learn 4 Life Trauma Research Day event. Learn 4 Life took place today at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth.
An appeals court has denied Jim Carlson's latest attempt to stop the federal government from selling his former store in downtown Duluth. In a one-sentence ruling released Thursday, a panel of three judges found that Carlson's appeal was filed too late.
The Point of Rocks, near the 800 block of West 1st Street, has been a popular hangout for the homeless for years. And after years of neglect and the accumulation of trash, the same people that used to reside there came together to tidy up the lot, not for themselves, but for the rest of the community.
Gov. Mark Dayton has followed through on his promise to veto the Legislature's budget for public schools. The governor is still weighing possible vetoes on other segments of the state's budget.
A beloved beach in Silver Bay has never technically been open to the public. But now, thanks to an agreement with the mining company, it is open for everyone.
Authorities have identified the two victims in a fatal shooting in Cass County last week. The Sheriff said on Thursday that it appears the men died in a murder-suicide scenario.
The Superior Police Department swore in two new recruit officers on Thursday. The two Superior residents will travel to Rhinelander for Police Recruit Academy next week.