UMD is hosting a weekend long conference called #MeToo Awareness: Gender, Healthy & Justice. The conference is about bringing more awareness on sexual assault prevention.
The warm and dry weather that many of us have been waiting for has begun. With it comes wildfire concerns. Duluth firefighter Tony Schilling said people often underestimate fire dangers this time of year.
You've probably heard of the apps Tinder or Bumble but what Platonic? Well, you'll be hearing about it soon. The anit-loneliness app was created by UMD graduate and entreprenuer, Nathan Lipinski, and will launch this Summer.
Federal gaming regulators are accusing St. Croix Chippewa tribal leaders of pocketing at least $1.5 million in casino funds with little or no documentation or receipts. The tribe can appeal the findings.
Duluth's Brighton Beach and Enger Park have reopened in time for Easter weekend. However, the far western and eastern parts of Skyline Parkway remain closed due to recent weather.
Authorities are asking the public for tips about several dog poisoning cases in northern Wisconsin. Since December, dogs have died in Bayfield, Florence, and Marinette counties after ingesting poison left on public lands.