Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is again asking for federal help to rebuild from the unrest that followed George Floyd's death. Walz has requested a Small Business Administration disaster declaration that would free up low-interest loans to help property owners rebuild.
Two more COVID-19 testing events will be held on this week in northern Wisconsin. They will be held at the Iron River Community Center from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and at Lac du Flambeau Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday.
Ivanka Trump is coming to Duluth on July 27. The White House says the visit will highlight the administration’s commitment to increasing access to skills training for all Americans and to supporting U.S. manufacturing.
President Donald Trump says he has told his team to cancel the Florida portion of the Republican convention, saying "the timing for this event is not right." The president says he will still deliver a convention speech in a different form.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has signed a police accountability bill into law that includes a ban on neck restraints, chokeholds, and "warrior-style" training. It also imposes a duty to intercede on officers who see a colleague using excessive force.
A preliminary plan laid out for the Duluth School Board would have elementary-aged students attend class in person and secondary students go with a hybrid model. The School Board will make the final decision.
Several of the Duluth private schools reelased their back to school plans. Marshall School, Lakeview Christian Academy, and Stella Maris Academy will have students onsite and are offering distance learning as well.