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Money Matters:Tips on investing during a pandemic

College and Coronavirus: Three Vital Steps Before School Starts

Money Matters: Chipping away at your credit card debt

Money Matters: Strategies during market volatility

Planning ahead for your winter propane use

Refinancing while mortgage rates remain low

Tech Bytes: Flying car at Beijing motor show

Federal judge postpones app store ban on TikTok

Tech Bytes: Amazon's latest security camera can also fly in your house


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Eating Healthy Recipes: Ways to Love Leafy Greens

Local Brews, Barbecue, Music at Hopped Up Caribou Beer Festival

Summer Bucket List, Healthy Ice Cream

Memorial Weekend Cooking: Greek Turkey Burgers

Housing market booms despite the pandemic

COVID-19 antibody testing to help with future vaccine

Animal Allies: Troy wants to bring you happiness with his friendly personality

Tech Bytes: New emojis coming in 2021

Duluth Library Foundation hosts virtual history tour

Animal Allies: Baby is looking for a loving new home!

Man shot by deputy during raid settles suit for $6 million

A man who was shot by a Carlton County sheriff’s deputy during a raid last year has settled a federal lawsuit for about $6 million. 35-year-old Shawn Olthoff was left paralyzed after a deputy shot him during the raid at his Moose Lake home.

Duluth City Council unanimously approves Spirit Mt. funding

Duluth City Council approves funding to keep Spirit Mt. open for 2020/2021 season.

Night flying: How the 148th Fighter Wing prepares for takeoff

The 148th Fighter Wing is continuing their night flying training this week, but it takes the work of a lot of different people to get the fighter jets in the air.   

911 outages Monday night

There appears to be a widespread 911 outage. Both Carlton and St. Louis counties have sent out alternate numbers to call. 

Worldwide death toll from coronavirus eclipses 1 million

The worldwide death toll from the coronavirus has eclipsed 1 million. The milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, comes nine months into the crisis.

Superior Police investing in new social worker position and more training

There's new funding for the Superior Police Department focused on training and hiring a social worker. The department said they have been taking more calls that have a social work component and hope this will help them respond more effectively.