For First Time in 20 Years, DPD Will be Fully Staffed
Duluth Single-Use Bag Fee Vote Tabled
Duluth Authorities Locate Missing Person
Twin Ports Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day
Funeral Arrangements for Jackson Pfister
Bentleyville Tree Put Up in Bayfront Park
Essentia Event Honors Hospice Patients
Electrical Problem Causes Duluth House Fire
Extended Weather Forecast
Tropical Storm Melissa Dissipating, No Longer a Threat
Thousands in Manitoba Still in Dark, Minnesota Power's Help Requested
Highways Reopen in North Dakota, Officials Urge Caution
Packers Get The Calls, Crosby Hits Late FG to Beat Lions
Week 10/14: Bulldogs Among the Ranks
Esko Gets 20th Win to Finish Regular Season
Blaney Beats Newman in Photo Finish at Talladega
Wild Blank Senators 2-0 For 1st Win Of The Season
Great Pumpkin Train Rides this Weekend
CA Filmmakers Bring Show to Duluth for Festival
Animal Allies: Alana
UW-S Music Department Offering Free Concert
St. Luke's to Host Women's Health Night
Trump Calls for Spicer Votes on 'Dancing with the Stars'
'Joker' Tops Box Office Again, Beats 'Addams Family'
Jane Fonda Arrested Protesting Climate Change in Washington
Michelle Obama's Next Project is a Companion to 'Becoming'
Diahann Carroll, Oscar-nominated, Pioneering Actress, Dies
Ready To Work
Sign-up for WDIO Newsletter
Public File Reports
10/09/2019 05:50 PM
Michigan counselors are cheering after the initial passage of legislation aimed at safeguarding their ability to practice psychotherapy.
A tiny school district in the Upper Peninsula says its future could be in jeopardy if one of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's budget cuts isn't restored.
Michigan's ban on flavored electronic cigarettes started Wednesday after a judge said she's not ready to decide whether to stop it.
The Republican-led Michigan Legislature has given final approval to a K-12 schools budget.
Michigan Republicans are proposing to shift $400 million in general funds to the transportation budget to help fix deteriorating roads and bridges.
Michigan's unemployment rate slipped a bit in August to 4.2% from 4.3% in July.
Michigan's 48,000 state government workers have been notified of potential temporary layoffs in case the next budget is not enacted before Oct. 1.
The first two Democrats have announced their candidacies to replace former Rep. Sean Duffy in Congress. Lawrence Dale and Tricia Zunker announced their candidacies for Northern Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District on Monday.