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11/17/2019 11:42 PM
The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) women's basketball took down the University of Wisconsin-Parkside winning 81-65 at Romano Gymnasium on Sunday.
Brevin Pritzl had 15 points and 12 rebounds off the bench, and each of the Wisconsinís five starters scored in double figures as the Badgers defeated in-state rival Marquette 77-61 on Sunday.
The UWS women's hockey team fell 3-2 in overtime to No. 8 Eau Claire in their conference opener Saturday.
Whether you're an avid runner or someone who loves an excuse to get outdoors, the Rivet Run gives runners in the Twin Ports an opportunity to get out on the trails two times a year.
For one Northland man he's dedicated nearly 50 years to two of his lifelong passions. In this week's Up North WDIO Sports Reporter Chelsie Brown introduces us to the woodsman and the ref.
Superior got a little spooky over the weekend. In its inaugural year, the North End Nightmare 5k supplied a treat once crossing the finish line, but not without inserting tricks that lurked around the corners.
There's a passion for the outdoors in the Northland. Hunting is one that has a tradition and these folks have turned the Hunter's Expo into a Poplar community tradition.
A former Michigan lawmaker says he took a picture of an unusual deer. a buck with three antlers in the Upper Peninsula.
Recent pictures from Derek Schofield, Bethany Crane, Cole Schuster, Evan Scaia, Mat Lalli and Craig Campbell.