StormTeam Allergy Report

Thursday, July 19th: Allergy levels today are at low levels due to rain showers expected to clear some of that pollen out of the air. You should enjoy some relief from seasonal allergies today.

If you suffer from itchy eyes, and a stuffy nose, you may have seasonal allergies. We will update our allergy forecast, Monday through Friday during Good Morning Northland and on WDIO.com.

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Essentia Offering Evening Hours for Sports and Back to School Physicals

Alert for Improper Pasteurization of Ice Cream Mix

New Ways to Conquer Sleep Apnea Compete for Place in Bedroom

FDA Warns of Fake Gov't Letters Sent to Consumers

U.S. health authorities are alerting consumers to a new scam involving fake government warning letters sent to people who tried to buy medicines online or over the phone.


Groundbreaking for Essentia Wellness Center in Hermantown

"This is a big step in the process." Partners who've worked long and hard on the Essentia Wellness Center celebrated Tuesday at the official groundbreaking.


Subaru Loves to Care Donations for Cancer Patients

Cancer patients who are getting treated in Duluth received messages of hope and caring, plus some blankets and craft kits on Wednesday.


Trump Administration Slashes 'Obamacare' Sign-Up Assistance

For the second time in days, the Trump administration is taking action to undercut the Obama-era Affordable Care Act.


Wisconsin Confirms First Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Death

Health officials are confirming Wisconsin's first documented death from Rocky Mountain spotted fever.


Minnesota Health Plans At Risk to Lose $71.1M

A federal government decision to freeze risk adjustment payments under the health care law is threatening more than $70 million in funding for Minnesota health insurers and raising questions about the potential impact on premiums next year.


Community Garden Thriving in Duluth

A true community garden is growing near the Essentia Health St. Mary's Medical Center.


Swanson-Nolan Share Prescription Drug Plan

Lori Swanson and Rep. Rick Nolan, candidates for Minnesota governor and lieutenant governor, shared their plan to drive down prescription drug costs in Duluth Monday. 


A group of volunteers begin putting plants in the ground alongside the Lakewalk.

Volunteers Plant Monarch Habitat Along Lakewalk


Yellowstone Sees Second-Busiest June Ever

Study to Investigate Lifespan of Walleye in Minnesota Lake

Census Suggests UP Wolf Population Stable, Thriving