Duluth Parents Weigh in on Proposed Boundary Changes
Two Generations of Wallins Racing in the Beargrease
1 Killed, 7 People Injured in Downtown Seattle Shooting
Superior School District Warning of Possible Exposure to Whooping Cough
Third Grader Remembered with "Sticks Out For Marshall"
Northland's Largest Baby Shower Helping Struggling Families
Felony Charges Filed in Connection with Woodland Incident
Hermantown City Council Votes Against Controversial Multi-Story Project
Extended Weather Forecast
WDIO Storm Team Digital Calendar
Duluth Police: No Travel Unless Necessary
More Snow on the Way, More Potential Blind Spots
Saints Split Doubleheader with Lions
LaVine Scores 25 Points, Bulls Beat Timberwolves 117-110
Staal, Zuccarello Lead Wild Past Red Wings 4-2
Up North: Saints' Stertz to Compete in Junior Biathlon World Championships
New Year, New Confidence for Bulldogs
Animal Allies: Ringo
11th Annual 'More Cowbell' Happening Thursday
Family Shares Special Connection to 'More Cowbell' Fundraiser
Encore Performance of "An Enemy of the People" Friday at UMD
Help Local Family with Northland's Largest Baby Shower
The Oscars: 'Joker' Tops Oscar Nominations with 11; 3 other films get 10
Prince Harry Reunites with Meghan and Archie in Canada
Five Finger Death Punch Concert Will Not Be Rescheduled
Panelist Abby Huntsman says she's leaving 'The View'
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Concerned parents packed East High School on Wednesday night. They were asked to provide written feedback on three scenarios presented that would change the district's boundary lines.
The College of St. Scholastica (CSS) men's basketball team rolled by Finlandia winning 96-69, while the women fell 57-55 Tuesday night at the Reif.
Ringo is a sweet, shy cat that is looking for a forever home. She'll warm up as soon as you get to know her.