It was all fun Thursday night at a fundraising event for a Duluth organization.
The second phase of the Superior Street reconstruction project is scheduled to begin the second week of April.
Coast Guard ice cutters will be out next week on Lake Superior to start getting the water ready for the upcoming shipping season.
Police say the shuttle van was apparently taken from the Break Room bar on East 4th Street around 6:50 a.m. March 3.
Spring is upon us, and that means melting snow and rain water may soon be making its way into your home.
Duluth Police are currently asking for an arrest warrant from the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office after identifying a suspect in a robbery and assault Wednesday.
Duluth city leaders laid out their plans Thursday afternoon to address what’s being called “an exceptionally bad year” for potholes.
Dr. Smith was named provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs last June. Smith replaced Jackie Weissenburger, who had served as interim provost since 2016.
In what seems to be a reoccurring theme over the last six weeks, another storm system hits the Northland, but it wasn’t snow we were dealing with this time.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up this Sunday, we have a few events that are taking place around the Northland that might perk your interest.
The 25th anniversary Bock Fest gets underway today at Fitger’s and the Boat Club Restaurant & Bar. Bock Fest is a traditional German celebration of
This is pretty spectacular video of getting up close and personal with a moose!