If you happened to catch the UMD men’s basketball team on Saturday night, you probably heard a familiar name from the PA…. Ryan Bruggeman… the younger brother of UMD assistant coach,
Saints starting quarterback Zach Edwards is known for his fancy footwork on the football field. Off the field… He’s known for his fancy foot-work. “I always liked having the different
KJ Stilling is no extraordinary athlete. But hes had some extraordinary experiences not limited to running grandma’s marathon this past June and skating in the Northshore Inline marathon in the
In her junior year at Esko… Kristy DeMuth has quite the balancing act. Not only is she a starting midfielder for the Eskomos varsity soccer team… but you’ll also find
Ava hill is no stranger to first place. “I joined track when I was younger… And it kind of went from there,” Ava said. This past summer, Ava competed
Large all-inclusive renovations will be coming for Marshall School’s arts education!
The second phase of the Superior Street reconstruction project is scheduled to begin the second week of April.
State officials say more Minnesotans died from opioids, alcohol and suicide in 2017 compared to previous years.
Xavier Haywood, 28, is one of five defendants charged in the shooting death of William Grahek. Opening statements in his trial are expected this week.
The Minnesota House has approved a bill that would require motorists to use hands-free devices when talking on the phone.
A popular restaurant is opening its doors later this week.
DULUTH, MN — Duluth hosted its Grand 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Sunday, where a sea of green took over Clyde Iron Works, highlighting all
GARY NEW DULUTH, MN — Preparing for real-world emergencies through hands-on practice. That’s what Lake Superior College is doing as they put their new Emergency
HERMANTOWN, MN — A wave of green filled the streets of Hermantown Saturday morning, as hundreds participated in the 6th annual Saint Fennessy 4k. The race,
The Islamic Center of the Twin Ports dedicated part of their Friday prayer service to the victims of the New Zealand terrorist attack.
When you’re battling the clock in a moment of medical crisis every second counts.
In addition to being a broadcast icon, Martin spent about 30 years on the Douglas County Board.