A drive-by in Duluth done by those who drive for a living was aimed at lifting the spirits of Doug Peterson. The street maintenance worker has been in the hospital for 45 days.
Grayson Zebro is only 7-years-old, and he's already on a mission to help the homeless. He's asking people to donate items like food and sleeping bags.
Crews began installing the first of four solar panels that will make up the Lincoln Park Solar Garden.
During this pandemic, Project Joy wants to continue to help fight childhood hunger, so they've taken their event and made it into a to-go and drive-through style. It's coming up Saturday at Foster's Bar and Grill on Arrowhead Road.
Free meal kits will be available at the Duluth Area Family YMCA locations starting on Wednesday. We have a list of locations and times on WDIO.com.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory kicks off their annual "Fudge for Troops" fundraiser. For every pound of fudge that is purchased, they will donate a pound of fudge to troops overseas.
Sewers across the Range and Itasca County area are sewing up a storm to help provide more cloth face masks for their schools.
The Minnesota Organization for Habilitation and Rehabilitation (MOHR) gave the CHOICE, unlimited non-profit the 2020 Life Enrichment Award. It was given for their BOLD-choice Theatre outreach program. It allows people with disabilities to engage on all parts of theatrical productions from the page to the stage.
A seventh grader from Lakeview Christian Academy, Nathan Easty, is holding a bike and shoe sale to raise money scholarships for the Salvation Army's Rookie Basketball Association.
A garage sale-style fundraiser continues this weekend, raising money to buy new school supplies for each student at the Montessori School of Duluth. The goal is to limit sharing and contact between the students.