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A floor plan for one of 24 single units designed for those experiencing homelessness.

Bill to build two housing complexes for Duluth's homeless population introduced


The Christmas spirit lives on at Glensheen

'Miracle On Ice' player, Eveleth native Mark Pavelich dead at 63

As more COVID-19 vaccine arrives in the Northland, 65+ urged to schedule appointment

Port leaders pleased with incoming investment

Getting Syke'd: Lake Superior Zoo introduces new black bear

Appeals court: Judge in Chauvin trial must consider reinstating 3rd-degree murder charge

Duluth-area media outlets join together for a "COVID-19 Vaccine: Finding Answers"
UP health officials warn of possible "super-spreader" hockey tournament
Minnesota COVID-19 Update Friday
Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Friday

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Michigan COVID-19 Update Friday
Duluth & St. Louis County at the Capitol Days prioritize broadband expansion
Duluth YMCA and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland team up for food hand out
Wedding Show will pave the way for more events at the DECC
Grandma's Sports Garden to reopen as event center
Essentia Health launches 24-hour substance use hotline
New 'Duluth Aging Support' nonprofit focusing on providing essential resources for seniors
One in custody, fire put out after standoff in Superior

Police investigate pepper spraying of mother near toddler

Canada approves fourth COVID vaccine

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett delivers 1st opinion

Audit finds major gaps in US bio weapons detection system

Officials: Virus outbreak should pause Carver County sports


More than 1 million in Wisconsin get vaccinated

Johnson still undecided on seeking third Senate term

Michigan redistricting panel will seek delay to finish maps

$1M for Minneapolis fences, barricades for Chauvin trial

Iowa reporter faces trial in case seen as attack on press rights

North Dakota House expels lawmaker accused of misconduct

Prosecutors: Officer was on Floyd's neck for about 9 minutes

NRRI receives $2 million dollar grant to help advance iron ore pellets

A transformative year for Cleveland-Cliffs

Court: MPCA not required to investigate PolyMet "sham permitting" allegation

'Miracle On Ice' player, Eveleth native Mark Pavelich dead at 63

NFL hires first Black female game official, Maia Chaka

Pandemic stops second season for Thunder Bay Border Cats

CSS advances in UMAC Tournament with win over Northland, UWS falls in a nail-biter to Bethany Lutheran

UMD begins annual summit on equity, race, ethnicity


Gallery: Walking with Weathers on Good Morning Northland

Finding Answers: COVID-19 vaccine questions with Dr. Rachel Gordon

University of Minnesota creates online survey gathering information on pandemic schooling

University of Minnesota researchers create a new type of apple

Walz announcing a return to school plan for middle, high school students

UMD highlighting Black Deaf History through free virtual event

Tax hikes proposed to fund Northland projects


Morgan Martens shares about "amazing" Jr. Iditarod race

New COVID-19 vaccine clinic coming to Wessman Arena

Local Asian American group speaks on increased discrimination amid health pandemic

Baldwin speaks on American Rescue Plan to help with fight against COVID-19

Duluth gets first shipment of Johnson & Johnson vaccine

First Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses have arrived in Minnesota

Officials: Virus outbreak should pause Carver County sports
Jump in hiring fuels optimism for US economic recovery
The Christmas spirit lives on at Glensheen

Update about Togo and Willow River prisons

It turns out the prisons in Willow River and Togo will stay open after all. Representative Rob Ecklund confirmed that on Wednesday, and discussed his bill about Togo.


Spring is coming: Gordy's to open March 24

When will spring begin in the Northland? By one definition, the date this year could be March 24. That's the date Gordy's Hi-Hat will open for the year.


Lake Superior's February decline slightly less than average

The water level on Lake Superior remains above average after a slightly less-than-usual decline during February. The lake is currently 7.5 inches above average.


Police uncover ‘possible plot’ by militia to breach Capitol

The U.S. Capitol Police say they have intelligence showing there is a “possible plot” by a militia group to breach the U.S. Capitol on Thursday.


Sen. Klobuchar pushing for baby food standards

Johnson still undecided on seeking third Senate term

Michigan redistricting panel will seek delay to finish maps

DNR study shows that Minnesota deer were exposed to insecticides

Democratic-led House makes conservation push with lands bill

Wisconsin wolf kill nearly 100 animals over target

Wisconsin wolf hunt to run Feb. 22-28

Judge orders Wis. DNR to start wolf hunt this month

Birkebeiner will take place, but with safety protocols