1 hr ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
The 63 year old Duluth man was arrested at his workplace Monday morning after authorities executed a search warrant at his home along Hautala Road.
5 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
Every day residents continue to live through the devastation of June's flooding that destroyed millions of dollars in infrastructure and left communities in shock.
7 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
The Bristol Street Bridge was destroyed during June 2012's historic flooding and the city of Duluth is looking to reconstruct the site located between N. 63rd Avenue West and North 62nd Ave West at Keene Creek.
8 hrs ago | KARE-TV Minneapolis
Investigators from the Minnesota State Patrol are trying to locate the driver who struck a military veteran near a ramp on Interstate 35 in Hinckley late Monday and sped off.
Originally a communications experiment among a group of friends, the blog has become "Duluth's liveliest online community," its officers say.
Deciding how much your own time should be compensated can be an awkward situation.
Over the weekend, Duluth, MN's venerable Low performed as part of Saturday's Rock The Garden festival at Minneapolis' Walker Art Center.
The chief executive of Ketchikan Medical Center is leaving his post after 11 years.
One line of storms rumbled east from the Morris area in western Minnesota into the Twin Cities metropolitan area Sunday evening.
As of 6:50 p.m., 3,804 people are without power in Duluth, with 47 active outages in the area.
A Father's Day barn fire has one Duluth family sifting through the wreckage of what is now a total loss.
Minnesota Power is reporting that 3,800 of their customers in Duluth are without power, as of 6:30 p.m. There are 46 active outages, most of them on the east side of the city, according to Minnesota Power spokesperson Steve Kinney.
Duluth, Minnesota June 16, 2013: In the issue of Commonweal Magazine dated June 14, 2016, Peter Steinfels, a practicing Catholic, has published a thoughtful critique of the Roman Catholic anti-abortion crusade titled "Beyond the Stalemate: Forty Years after "Roe'" .
Every year Randy Stender and his family spend Memorial Day weekend at Birch Lake Campground, a tradition that ties him to the wild, unspoiled lands here on the edge of the Iron Range where he grew up.
The group that shed light on the Clayton Jackson McGhie lynchings looked forward as they commemorated the tragedy's 93 anniversary.