DFL-endorsed McEwen wins out over incumbent Sen. Simonson
Smith, Lewis advance in Minnesota Senate race
St. Ann's cleared of possible chemical leak
Biden selects Kamala Harris as running mate
Slow but steady voter turnout at Superior and Duluth polls for primary election
Labor Day weekend fireworks canceled in Duluth
Early voting on the rise ahead of primary election
United Presbyterian Church hosts unique hot dish giveaway
"Schooner Huron Jewel" arrives in Duluth
Extended Weather Forecast
1 dead after powerful storm leaves devastation in Midwest
Canada's last intact ice shelf collapses due to warming
Tropical Storm Isaias drives wild weather up Interstate 95
Bucks beat Wizards 126-113 despite Antetokounmpo ejection
Gyorko's blast helps Brewers rally to beat Twins 6-4
Lynx hand reigning WNBA champion Mystics 5th straight loss
Antetokounmpo ejected for headbutting Wizards player
Big Ten Conference cancels fall sports, will consider playing them in spring
Phyllis needs a forever home
Dapper Dullahan is looking for a loving home
Animal Allies: Drew is looking for a loving home
Animal Allies: Tux
Chester Bowl Fall Fest canceled due to COVID-19
WDIO News at Nine on MeTV
Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home
FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul
Sorry, boomers: millennials and younger are new US majority
Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85
Ready To Work
Public File Reports
08/11/2020 06:28 PM
In-person voter turnout for the primary election has been slow but steady at polls in Duluth and Superior due to the high number of absentee ballots.
The University of Wisconsin System will get about $32 million in federal aid to pay for coronavirus tests and personal protective equipment when students return to campuses next month.
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank held a free food distribution event in Superior in the Wessman Arena Parking lot. The USDA provided the food through their Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.
Ashland County public health officials are investigating reports of a COVID-19 outbreak at Camp Eagle Ridge in Mellen. At least 14 people associated with the camp have tested positive.
After seeing all the garbage around her neighborhood park, Tylee Savoye gathered her pals and created a clean-up crew at Oak Park.
Hundreds of Wisconsin residents were tested for COVID-19 at Superior Middle School Wednesday as part of the state's ongoing effort to provide free testing to the public.
The Superior Police Department is investigating the report of gunshots fired in Superior Saturday night.
COVID-19 testing events are scheduled for Ironwood on Wednesday, Aug. 12, and Cable on Friday, Aug. 14.