Community Input Helping Duluth School Board in Superintendent Search

Ryan Redington Wins 2020 Beargrease Marathon

Permanent Solution Coming to Problem Intersection in Nashwauk

City of Duluth: Snow Removal Impacting Pothole Repairs

Census Bureau Makes 'Urgent' Push for More Minnesota Workers


Wisconsin Retirement Fund Grows Nearly 20% in 2019

Two Charged in Thunder Bay Homicide

3 Die in Crash West of Thunder Bay

Indiana Man Charged after Fatal Crash North of Fort Frances

Artists in Residence Sought for Porcupine Mountains


Fond du Lac Band to Require Permits to Access its Land

Stella Maris Academy Celebrating National Catholic Schools Week

Broadband Expansion to Help People on the Range

Liza Dietzen snacks while chatting at the Sawbill checkpoint.

The Musher Menu: Keeping Energy Up on the Beargrease Trail

Female-led Teams Dominate Beargrease 120
Wis. Officials Allow Superior Councilor to Stay on Ballot
Local Athletes React to Kobe Bryant's Death
14-Year-Old Arrested Following Stabbing in Two Harbors
New Electronic Monitoring Law Protecting Elderly and Vulnerable Adults in Minnesota

Department of Homeland Security Asks for Vigilance with Cybersecurity

The Department of Homeland Security is warning of Iran's ability to carry out cyberattacks. We live in a connected world, and a cyberattack on an individual can lead to a hacker gaining access to critical infrastructure. Lake Superior College Center for Cybersecurity director Vickie Mclain offers tips on cyber vigilance.

Minnesota Increasing Efforts to Enforce New Wage Theft Law

U of M Regents OK New Provost Contract of $500,000

Wis. Court: Prosecutors Can Charge Multiple Thefts as Single Felony

‘Booby Traps’ Found in Central Minnesota Farm Field

Rabid Kitten Bites Three People in NW Minnesota

Suburban Detroit Health Officials Confirm Rabies in Pet Cat

Frigid Temps, No Snow Can Threaten Pipes

Thunder Bay Bridge Reopens after Five-Year Legal Battle

New Studio Puts Radio DJ's on Display

Wisconsin School Choice Group Sues over Test Score Release

Minnesota DNR Rejects Ban on Lead Ammunition, Tackle

Evers Signs Bill Increasing Money for Homelessness Shelters
New Electronic Monitoring Law Protecting Elderly and Vulnerable Adults in Minnesota
WDIO Storm Team Digital Calendar

Trump Plan Calls for Palestinian State, Settlement Freeze

Budget Deficit to Break $1 Trillion Despite Strong Economy

US, Others Prepare Evacuations as Virus Spreads from China

Powerful earthquake hits between Cuba and Jamaica

Official: Remains of 2 US Troops Recovered from Afghan Site

Mongolia Closes Border, China Extends Holiday to Fight Virus

Trump Defense Counsel Ken Starr Says Impeachment is 'Hell'

U.S. Stocks Fall Over Worries About Virus Outbreak Spreading

Stocks fell on Wall Street Thursday as investors worried that a deadly virus outbreak in China could continue spreading and hurt the global economy.

Express to close 100 stores

Express plans to close about 100 stores as part of a restructuring plan. The Ohio company says it can cut its costs by $80 million partially through the store closures. No word on which stores will close.

Wisconsin Factory Churns Out Cheeseheads

There's no milk, bacteria, fermentation or refrigeration at this Wisconsin cheese factory. That's because they are making foam cheeseheads. 

US Long-term Mortgage Rates Edge up; 30-year Loan at 3.65%

U.S. long-term mortgage rates rose slightly last week after the U.S.-Iran conflict caused termoil with the financial markets.

NSA Finds Major Security Flaw in Windows 10, Free Fix Issued

Computer security experts are urging individuals and organizations to fix a major Windows 10 security flaw that the National Security Agency has discovered. A free fix was issued Tuesday.

Corvette Wins Car of Year Award, Kia Telluride Takes Top SUV

The new mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette is being named the North American Car of the Year by automotive journalists. The Kia Telluride and Jeep Gladiator each won their class.

The elk that died was among a group moved from Kentucky last spring.

Elk Found Dead from Eating Corn in Northern Wisconsin

Infected Deer Traced to Pine County Farm

Artists in Residence Sought for Porcupine Mountains

Lake Superior Declines Less than Normal, Remains Near Record High