Anyone flying on Sun Country Airlines in the Twin Cities will now be able to book a bus trip as part of their air travel itinerary.
The Budweiser Clydesdales that often mean something big is coming heralded something small leaving in Utah this week ahead of the Friday end to lower-alcohol 3.2% beer
Minnesota has reported its first flu death of the season
President Donald Trump isn't the only Republican candidate running in the presidential primary, but he'll be the only choice on the ballot in Minnesota.
Homeowners are being warned by the Better Business Bureau that some contractors may use scare tactics to convince people into authorizing unnecessary repairs.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders plans to hold a campaign rally next month at the University of Minnesota
Alexis Stanley is a junior at Concordia University in St. Paul. That’s where she’s busy balancing her time between the classroom and her lacrosse field.
Officials have confirmed one of the two new vaping deaths happened at Essentia in Duluth.
A year ago, the estate overseeing the affairs of the late Minneapolis rock star Prince said they would not give President Trump permission to play any Prince music at any
Check here for the latest on President Trump's visit to Minneapolis for a campaign rally.
It was a heated Tuesday night at Superior City hall as a consulting group presented recommendations for how to improve city government.
Fitgers hosted a book launch party on Tuesday, where Messenger said his story is for everyone.
No new action as the council once again put off voting on the Bag It ordinance.
It’s the final approval Costco needed from the city, but it’s not a done deal just yet.
Minnesota’s Lt. Governor will be in Duluth Thursday to tour properties which have received funding from the state’s bonding bill.
Vendors will sell fresh meat, eggs, bread, vegetables, baked goods, canned goods, and handcrafted items.
Officials say initial findings reveal the fire to have been an electrical problem.
The bill aims to make it easier for veterans to get care for hearing loss.
More than 21,000 Duluthians voted in Tuesday’s election.
A first for Duluth politics after voters elected Janet Kennedy to the Duluth City Council Tuesday night.
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The man convicted of burning down a Duluth synagogue is back in police custody tonight after violating probation orders for a second time.
Duluth police responded Wednesday morning to a crash involving an ambulance on Central Entrance near the intersection of Blackman Avenue.
Daryl Diver, 48, was charged last Friday with 4th degree DUI and refusing to submit to a breath test in St. Louis County Court.