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.
A judge has decided the fate of a Duluth police officer who has a history of excessive force complaints.
The complaint was filed in November in U.S. District Court in Madison.
As the partial Government shutdown continues certain jobs remain unpaid. One Duluth diner is helping to put the sizzle back in their step. Uncle Loui’s
Duluth city officials say a gas-like odor Hermantown residents have reported smelling over the past week is not harmful.
We’re learning more about a tense situation on the UMD campus Tuesday night that led to a huge police response and search for a man with a gun.
The University of Minnesota Duluth sent out an alert to students via text message on Tuesday of a possible threat on campus.
Duluth’s first babies of 2019 entered the world just after midnight.
Duluth Police have identified the man who was rescued from a ravine in Duluth’s Fairmount neighborhood on New Year’s Eve afternoon.
Herb Bergson, 62, is now serving his sentence for resisting or obstructing an officer, as well as failing to install an ignition interlock device.
Lake steam was spotted throughout the morning hours on Lake Superior.