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.
CLOQUET, MN — Last month, thanks to the brave instincts of her pets, a 61-year-old Cloquet woman made it out of her burning home alive.
The Homeless Person’s Bill of Rights of Duluth is sounding off on a court order to reinstate a Duluth police officer.
Part of the reason this is being considered is to increase voter participation in municipal elections.
DULUTH, MN — The annual John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon is just around the corner with some big changes ahead. This year, mushers and dogs
Dunham’s Sporting Goods will be closing its Duluth store later this month.
After one man was hospitalized during a burglary in Duluth’s Park Point neighborhood Wednesday night, community members in the area are feeling uncomfortable.
Duluth Police are asking for the community’s help in locating a teen who ran away from The Hills Youth and Family Services center.
On the back side of the high school, you’ll find a few parking spots designated for a new fitness center put in by St. Luke’s Hospital.
The Minnesota Commerce Department has filed an investigative report with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission after an investigation found Frontier Communications has apparently failed to provide adequate and reliable phone and internet service to customers in Minnesota.
One person is injured after a Thursday night group altercation led to a stabbing in Duluth.