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04/06/2020 10:44 PM
Duluth-based Loll Designs is now working at making hospital beds instead of furniture during the COVID-19 pandemic as they show off their first prototype.
The third phase of construction on Superior Street begins Monday.
Moose Lake Prison reported the death of a 48-year-old inmate Sunday.
In an effort to bring Easter cheer to all, a Northland family hosted a Social Distance Easter Bunny drive-by.
On Friday, Lake Superior College donated a truckload of personal protective equipment to the city of Duluth's Emergency Management team.
St. Louis County is seeking volunteers to help in the fight against COVID-19.
St. Ann's confirmed on Sunday that one of their residents tested positive for COVID-19. This is the second long-term care facility to report a case of COVID-19 in St. Louis County.
Gov. Tim Walz announced a "stay at home" order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Watch the full press conference here.
Cloquet police announce the closure of all outdoor play areas including playgrounds and athletic facilities, in response to COVID-19 until at least May 1.