Darwin Man Killed After Vehicle Strikes Farm Implement
Dayton, GOP At Still Odds As Session Set To Conclude
Search Continues For Minnesota Man Missing Since 1990
Groundbreaking Ceremony held in Iron River for Future Veterans Memorial Park
Kickoff for Dylanfest 2018 Underway in Duluth
Inaugural "Free Shop Day" Teaches Participants about Auto Mechanics
Beargrease Plans to Shorten Marathon Route
Frustration Over Some St. Louis County Property Valuations
Wind Shift Causes Boat To Crash With Aerial Lift Bridge
Extended Weather Forecast
Lake Erie Waves Surge Past Seawall, Flooding Neighborhoods
SPECIAL REPORT: In a Flash, Deadly Lightning
Wet Weather Has Wisconsin Farmers Concerned about Profits
Yelich's Eighth-Inning Homer Sends Brewers Past Twins, 5-4
Celebration Held to Honor UMD Women's Athletic Pioneer Mary "Muggs" Mullen
Wolfpack Bounce Back, Rally in OT to Defeat Champlin Park 6-5
Hilltoppers Split with Champlin Park
Stariha, Superior Shut Out Blaine 1-0
Politicians Respond to Calls for Improved School Safety
Local Parents Advocating for School Safety Improvements Part 2
Local Parents Advocating for School Safety Improvements Part 1
Animal Allies: Babushka
Duluth House Damaged in Early Morning Fire
A-List Celebrities Attend Royal Wedding
Replay: The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle
False Claim about Starbucks Coupon
Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
In 'Solo,' A Battle for the Soul of 'Star Wars'
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05/19/2018 09:37 AM
A-list couples including George and Amal Clooney attended the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Former President George H.W. Bush says "history never sounded so powerful."
Music fans looking for a piece of history are going to get a chance to own guitars, outfits and other memorabilia from the likes of Prince, Bob Dylan, George Harrison and others.
In its second weekend in theaters, "Avengers: Infinity War" continues to dominate in North America.
UMD student, Charles McGregor, hosted his senior exhibition "Digital Cove," giving visitors a chance to see and play years worth of his hard work.
Music icon Bob Dylan is partnering with a distillery to make whiskey at a 140-year-old Tennessee church and bottle it under the name Heaven's Door.
The Duluth native band, Trampled by Turtles, surprised Homegrown fans on Monday night with a surprise concert at Pizza Luce.
The Minnesota House has approved a constitutional amendment to dedicate some sales tax revenue to transportation repairs. But voters shouldn't expect to see it on the ballot this fall.
Police say a 7-year-old boy fatally shot himself in his suburban Minneapolis home after a loaded handgun was found in a box containing a toy.
A donation from the owners of a Gunflint Trail lodge has enabled Cook County Sheriff's Deputies to carry Narcan.
Both Enbridge Energy and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe are criticizing an administrative law judge's recommendation regarding replacement of the company's aging Line 3 oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
A bus driver in Blaine has been charged for allegedly texting while driving and looking up jokes on her cellphone when students were on the bus.
Tourist spending in Wisconsin in 2017 rose more than 3 percent from the previous year, to $12.7 billion.
The Port Cities Woman of the Year was named at a luncheon Wednesday.
A sheriff's deputy from Minnesota has been jailed in northwestern Wisconsin on felony child sex crimes.
Newly released records show University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross' former chief of staff resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.
An Eyewitness News review of official communications sent during the the April 26 evacuation found the messages contained conflicting information on the size of evacuation zone.
In the wake of recent school shootings. there have been calls for action all over the country, even in the Northland.
Stacey Hayes and Michelle Buhler are working with other parents to advocate for better school safety.
Amy sat down with two parents that have started a group, aiming to improve school safety here in the Northland.
This 2-year-old is a nervous, but sweet feline that's up for Adoption at Animal Allies. Her name is Babushka and she's looking for a patient family.