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
In light of the recent tragedy regarding the death of K9 Officer Haas last Sunday, many are wondering how to protect K9s in the line
DNA connected to a Duluth murder case is being challenged in court.
Anyone who uses the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps) will receive their February 2019 benefits earlier than usual, due to the federal shutdown.
Shopko, which owns multiple stores in the region, could file for bankruptcy as early as next week.
Former Minnesota Democratic State Representative and St. Louis County Commissioner, Tom Rukavina, died Monday after a year-long battle with leukemia. He was 68 years old.
At Tuesday’s County Board meeting, commissioners gave preliminary approval to hold a primary election on May 14th with a special general election slated for August 13th.
Bail won’t be reduced for the man accused of sexually abusing teens at a youth care facility in Duluth.
Minnesota’s 2019 legislative session kicked off Tuesday, and Duluth lawmakers are aiming to make sure 2018’s unfinished business gets done this time around, despite having a new Governor and new control in the state House, with a divided Legislature.
A group of protesters is on scene at the downtown Duluth Wells Fargo Tuesday afternoon.
Rep. Melissa Hortman has been elected Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Human trafficking is a problem across this country, including right here, in the Twin Ports. To raise awareness of the issue, city leaders are joining victim advocates throughout the month of January in a massive education campaign.
Larson spoke to the Duluth Chamber of Commerce about encouraging business development during an event at Greysolon Ballroom.
As the 2018 shipping season comes to an end, the final seven ships are scheduled to arrive in the Duluth-Superior Port over the next week.