Storm Team Allergy Report

Friday, May 29th: Pollen levels have climbed to medium-high levels today thanks to the drier and breezy weather moving in. Trees will be the main pollen producers. Keep that tissue handy with you if you suffer from seasonal allergies!

We will update our allergy forecast, Monday through Friday during Good Morning Northland and on

Cancer, coronavirus are a dangerous mix, new studies find

AP-NORC poll: Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Car convoys, small ceremonies mark Memorial Day in New York

Update about dental services in Itasca County and what to expect

Dental practices in Itasca County have been talking for weeks about what the new way to practice is going to be like. They shared some of the plans on Friday.

City of Duluth launches Youth Mask Project to normalize face masks

Wearing face masks is a new normal that we are all adjusting to, but it is especially challenging for kids to adapt to. The City of Duluth has a new project to normalize face masks for kids that involves using their creativity!

Free COVID-19 testing in Duluth ends today

Free COVID-19 testing will be conducted at the Duluth National Guard Armory near the airport on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The testing is open to all Minnesotans, even if they are not showing coronavirus symptoms.

Duluth gyms not able to reopen yet, some go to Superior to work out

Minnesota gyms are not part of the businesses that are reopening on June 1. Gym owners have expressed frustration by this and want more guidelines and communication from the state.

US begins crackdown on unvetted virus blood tests

The FDA is moving ahead with a crackdown on scores of COVID-19 antibody tests that have not yet been shown to work. Regulators say more than two dozen companies failed to file applications to remain on the market or have already pulled their products.

Essentia Health announces 900 more layoffs

More layoffs for Essentia Health employees, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The health care provider said 900 people are being laid off.

Mobilia Mania still going strong, pushing for more accessibility

Five years after their mission began, Mobility Mania continues to push leaders to make their communities more accessible.

Audiology clinics discuss adaptations to serve patients during COVID-19

Adapting services to better serve patients during COVID-19 is something many hospitals and clinics have been doing. Northland audiology clinics are doing this with specially designed face masks and telehealth services.

BWCA to reopen for overnight camping

BWCA to reopen for overnight camping

Memorable MN Fishing Opener

Gov. Walz: Don't go far to fish

Outdoor enthusiasts reject wholesale changes to deer season