With the hands-free law now in effect in Minnesota, drivers are wondering if it also applies to them when operating other vehicles, or on private land.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says the state is not among those that have reached a tentative settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the opioids epidemic.
Under pressure from the federal government, General Motors is recalling more than 3.4 million big pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S to fix a brake problem.
The funeral arrangements have been set for former UMD student Jacob Lavoie.
The city will be planting trees in the Lakeside neighborhood to replace ash trees which have been removed, as well as hosting a workshop and further tree plantings in observance
Memorial Blood Centers needs your help to restore their blood supply after Hurricane Dorian caused supplies to run low.
Registration is now open for the inaugural North End Nightmare 5K, which is scheduled for Saturday, October 26th in Superior.
Wildlife managers say late-season snowstorms and heavy spring rains have taken a toll on Minnesota's pheasant population.
The Minnesota Supreme Court says parents who defame their children's public high school coaches don't have legal protection
A 5-year-old boy has returned home nearly five months after he was thrown from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota.
The woman who was rescued earlier on Wednesday has been brought via ambulance to a local hospital for injuries to her hand.
Students who may be having trouble or are feeling anxious after the disappearance of a UMD student last weekend are being offered support resources.
A GoFundMe has been created for an Ashland construction flagger who was hit by a car in late August.
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is already seeing a large amount of color this fall.
The United Way is looking for chefs of all skill levels from businesses and organizations in the region to enter the annual Chili Cook-Off.
Public comments and questions are now being accepted by Duluth city officials regarding the Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) proposed administrative rules.
After receiving public input on the regulation of tiny homes, the City of Duluth now has a draft of proposed language for changing zoning ordinances.
The area near Duluth’s Enger Tower will be closed to traffic for part of Friday evening due to the Minnesota Mile running race.
DULUTH, MN — You can sponsor a Saint and help more students pursue a college education. The College of St. Scholastica is holding a fundraiser
DULUTH, MN– It’s been five days since Jacob Lavoie, a 21-year-old UMD student went missing. As the search continues Thursday, we’re getting a better idea of
Monday will mark the start of an $800 million dollar project for Essentia health for their Vision Northland project.