Widespread snow showers will move in this afternoon and continue throughout the evening. Most areas will see 1-3" between today and Saturday morning. The North Shore and the tip of the Arrowhead could see up to 6" of lake effect snow.

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ROAD CONDITIONS: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan

Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank

This holiday season, WDIO-TV and HOM Furniture are shining a light on organizations helping others in our community. The Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank is our charity of the week. Their mission is to feed Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin's hungry by rescuing and distributing food and engaging the region in the fight against hunger.

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Homes and businesses across the Northland glitter with lights that shimmer in the snow.

Christmas Lighting Challenge Inspires Striking Displays

State Patrol Reminder: Clear Snow, Ice off Cars

3D Sidewalk Art at Arrowhead Ice Fishing Show

MPCA: Lead Fishing Tackle Can Harm Wildlife

Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Sharing Stories of Hunger

Northlanders Light Candles to Remember Victims of Gun Violence

U of M President Designates Funds to Eliminate UMD Debt

Grants Help Get Vehicles for Habitat for Humanity

Duluth Concert Postponed due to Medical Emergency

Report: Flu Season in Minnesota Kicking Off with Influenza B

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Firefighters Donate Over $5K Worth of Gifts to Salvation Army
Winter Safety Measure: Clearing Fire Hydrants
Unoccupied School Bus Burns on Iron Range
UW-Superior Foundation Gets Million Dollar Gift
Big Snowfalls Boost Business for Some Stores
Blatnik Bridge Reopens after 2nd Closure in 2 Days
Slow Down, Move Over: 2 State Patrol, 1 Rescue Squad Vehicle Hit
St. Louis County Working to Keep Up with Snow

Trump Says US, China Have Reached Deal

House Committee Advances 2 Impeachment Charges

President Trump Calls Impeachment Vote 'Embarrassment' to Nation

Breast Cancer Risk From Menopause Hormones May Last Decades

Wisconsin Students Find Recording Devices in Minnesota Hotel

Judge: 234,000 Wisconsin Voter Registrations Should be Tossed

Lawsuit: DMV Forced Woman to Walk Without Cane, Causing Fall

Driver in Deadly Chase Give More Than 10 Years in Prison

Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School Board Closing 3 Schools

Woman Challenges Ban on Filming Kids near Minnesota Mosque

Power Line Opponents Take Fight to Federal Court

Environmental Groups Sue ArcelorMittal over Indiana Spills

The History of Erie Mining Company Featured in Book

Cleveland-Cliffs to Acquire AK Steel

PolyMet: The Debate About the Dam

UMD Women End Sioux Fall's Win Streak, Men Win 8th Straight

Antetokounmpo has 37 in Memphis, Bucks Run Win Streak to 17

Hermantown Edges Duluth Denfeld, Remains Undefeated

No. 6 Proctor/Hermantown Wins Section Rematch, No. 1 Hermantown Tops Totino Grace

Animal Allies: Cocoa

48th Annual Breakfast with Santa This Weekend

Arrowhead Ice Fishing Show Bigger than Ever

UW-S Athletic Department to Celebrate Week of Giving

Animal Allies: Copperfield

Take in the Sounds of the Season at UMD

Annual Sankta Lucia Celebration Happening Dec. 14

State Legislators Host Public Hearing in Duluth on Northern Lights Express

Power Outage Affects Food Bank Distribution

Alice's Magical Day Included a Unicorn

Crews Battle Esko Fire in Bitter Cold

Wis. GOP Support Grows to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Blatnik Reopened After Morning Crash

Gloria Dei Lutheran Now Operating as Warming Center

Report: Flu Season in Minnesota Kicking Off with Influenza B
US Christmas Tree Supplies Tight, Prices Up
Five Finger Death Punch Concert Postponed to Later Date

UMD, UWS Professors Discuss Teaching Impeachment Proceedings

UMD and UW-Superior political science professors discuss how the impeachment proceedings are playing out in the classroom.    

Service Connecting Families with Special Needs to Caregivers Coming to Duluth

The Joshin app, which is a service to connect families with special needs to screened and experienced caregivers is soon going to be coming to Duluth and the surrounding areas.

Roads Still Slick, Semi Crashes Into Ditch Off I-35

Road conditions are still slick out there. On Tuesday afternoon, there was a semi that went into the ditch off of southbound I-35 just outside of Duluth.

Thousands of Socks Donated to Duluth Salvation Army

Thousands of pairs of socks were donated by the Fond Du Luth Casino's sock drive to the Duluth Salvation Army.

Governor on Refugees: 'The Inn Is Not Full in Minnesota'

Whitmer Tells Trump Michigan Will Keep Welcoming Refugees

Evers: No Foxconn Tax Credits Without New Deal

MPCA: Lead Fishing Tackle Can Harm Wildlife

Spirit Mountain Needs $235K from City to Keep Hills Open

Minnesota Put on Notice Over Incidental Trapping of Lynx

Wisconsin Researchers Find Microplastics in Boundary Waters

DNR: Nine-day Gun Deer Harvest Down 25% from 2018

Minnesota DNR Offers Free State Park Entry on Black Friday