Fans Encouraged to Welcome Home the Gold Medal Team
Not An Unusual Storm, But Still A Record-Breaker At Airport
Storms and Floodwaters Impact States
Cancellations and Closures Due to Weather
UW-Superior Brings Community Together with Soul Food
16th Annual Kiwanis "Last Chance" Ice Fishing Contest Held in Duluth
Preschoolers Learn About WDIO and the News!
Sen. Klobuchar Discusses Net Neutrality Solutions In Duluth
Annual Summit Event on Equity, Race, And Ethnicity Held At UMD
Citizens Group Releases Poll Results About Potential Natural Gas Plant
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Nearly 400 Road Crashes; 1 Fatality, as Winter Storm Blankets Minnesota
Fatal Dane County Highway Crash Involves About 20 Vehicles
Upper Midwest Preparing for Wintry Blast, Up to Foot of Snow
AP Source: Twins Agree to $6.5M Contract with Logan Morrison
Bulldogs Fall Short of WCHA Semifinals
Mathias' Finishing Flurry Helps No. 9 Purdue Rout Gophers
All-Star guard Butler Has Successful Knee Surgery
No. 2 Michigan State Beats Wisconsin, Wraps Up Big Ten
Life Coach: How to Deal with Difficult People
Michigan Regulators Seek Volunteers for Frog and Toad Survey
Animal Allies: Daphne
Minnesota Hospital Errors Rose Slightly Over Past 4 Years
Minnesota Reports 116,000 Jump in Uninsured
Viewers Choose 'Context' in Innovative Short Film
Universal Launches Plans for Third 'Jurassic World' Film
Trampled By Turtles Announces Duluth Concert
'Black Panther' Blows Away Box Office with $192M Weekend
Harry Connick Jr.'s Daytime Show to End after 2 Seasons
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02/23/2018 08:49 AM
A report in Bloomberg says the second generation of Apple's wireless ear buds will be released by the end of the year with a hands-free connection to SIRI. A job application filled out by Steve Jobs is up for auction.
Target is testing out same- day delivery starting today at select stores in Alabama and Florida. Facebook says the amount of time users are spending on the site has dropped for the first- time ever.
Instagram has announced that businesses can now schedule their posts, but for now, it works only for photos, not videos. Harley- Davidson plans to rev up its first electric motorcycle next year.
Apple is reportedly cutting production of its most expensive phone ever by half. Dozens of medical experts are warning parents not to let their kids use the new "Messenger Kids" app.
Axios reports the Trump administration is considering creating a nationalized 5G network to provide faster service. Elon Musk is selling flamethrowers from his "Boring Company."
The Federal Reserve says it expects that the ongoing strength of the U.S. economy will warrant further gradual increases in interest rates this year.
Subway is shaking up its loyalty program, giving customers the ability to earn $2 discounts instead of free Footlongs.
Life Coach Pam Solberg-Tapper visits once again with more life lessons. This time around, she has tips on how to deal with Difficult people.
Michigan biologists are looking for volunteers to help with an annual survey of frogs and toads.
As the Olympics gold medal winners head back to the Northland, fans are encouraged to make their way to the Duluth International Airport and welcome home the winning team.
The National Weather Service says 6 inches of snow fell Saturday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, which is the most ever recorded there for Feb. 24
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Imagine watching three movies at the same time. It may sound complicated, but it’s an innovative idea area filmmaker Jason Page used for his short film Context.
Fourth months before "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" hits theaters, Universal Pictures has announced plans Wednesday for a third installment in the rebooted dinosaur franchise.
Duluth-based band Trampled By Turtles to play an outdoor concert in Duluth this summer
Already a much-celebrated pop culture milestone, "Black Panther" is now a record-setting smash at the box office, too.
Harry Connick Jr.'s daytime show is coming to an end later this year.
A newspaper has identified a disgruntled former staffer on "A Prairie Home Companion" as the person who first accused creator Garrison Keillor of inappropriate conduct with a female employee.
Starting Thursday, Google will start using its Chrome browser to remove ads it deems annoying or otherwise detrimental to users.
Duluth based pop strings band Trampled by Turtles is getting back together.
The University of Minnesota has removed a plaque honoring humorist Garrison Keillor after he faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
The final installment in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy, "Fifty Shades Freed," topped the North American box office this weekend with $38.6 million - the lowest opening of the three films.