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A bonded pair of cats in search of loving home

Money Matters

Recovering from holiday spending and eliminating debt

What to do with your money while student loan payments are frozen

Paying close attention to our financial well-being

How to manifest your money in the new year

Sticking to financial resolutions through the new year

Money Matters: Savings Tips for Green Monday

Gallery: Walking with Weathers on Good Morning Northland

Vaccine incentive program opens for Minnesota kids

Lovable snuggle bug looking for a new home

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Local Brews, Barbecue, Music at Hopped Up Caribou Beer Festival

Summer Bucket List, Healthy Ice Cream

Memorial Weekend Cooking: Greek Turkey Burgers

Cancer Prevention Diet: Broccoli, Garlic & Lemon Penne

More attendees needed for 2022 Citizen Police Academy in Duluth

Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion

Minnesotans of all ages reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

DSSO to require proof of vaccination, negative results at events

Keep calm with Chamomile, cat searching for new loving home

In-person book clubs are returning to the Duluth Public Library

Snowmobile club donates to Beargrease in Ryan Redington's name

After a snowmobile hit Ryan Redington's sled dog team, snowmobilers decided to support the musher. The PathBlazers Club on the Range donated to the Beargrease in his name.

COVID vaccine mandate begins soon for Arrowhead Transit drivers

Some Arrowhead Transit drivers will be put on leave on February 1st, if they are not fully vaccinated. The union has been pushing for weekly testing instead.

The Mayo Clinic debunks internet 'COVID testing hack'

The mayo clinic urging the public to not swab their throats with for the nasal swab COVID take home tests.

UPDATE: Duluth asking residents, businesses east of Lake Ave. to keep thermostats low

The City of Duluth is asking gas customers east of Lake Ave. and north of Arrowhead Road to maintain a temperature of 62 degrees until further notice. 

Downtown building to be demolished after Friday fire

The Duluth Fire Department says the owner of a downtown building will need to demolish it within a month after a fire early Friday. No one was injured.

Residents will be let back into apartments Friday afternoon

Rsidents displaced from the Rouchleau and Columbia apartment complexes in Virginia were allowed back in at 2 p.m. Friday.