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A common cause of type two diabetes is obesity. Nearly a hundred Northlanders worked out hard Sunday to keep that cause of the disease away.
Spring may be in the air, but members of the North Shore Striders had their shoes on the ground in Rice Lake Sunday.
Some fat tires were taking to a track up the North Shore that's normally reserved for Nordic skiers Saturday.
Central Minnesota's German heritage is just as thick as some of the accents that remain in the families that settled here decades ago.
March, 1954; America and Russia were racing each other to get a satellite in orbit.
Many of us here in the Northland have been eagerly anticipating the coming spring.
A survey to determine the quality of accessibility to Duluth's parks, for people with disabilities, shows nearly all the city's parks and facilities reviewed have poor access.
Manitoba's NDP is recklessly "Americanizing" Manitoba Hydro at the expense of Manitobans under its plan to build two new dams and a new transmission line to the United States, the Opposition Tories say.
One of the men accused of being involved in a robbery and shooting at a Duluth business in December has entered a guilty plea.
The Red Cliff Tribe is demanding that the federal government resume talks to remove Department of Defense barrels dumped into Lake Superior during the Cold War.
VitreoRetinal Surgery, Hermantown/Duluth MN is a busy, growing retinal practice in need of more techs.
Longtime Minnesota Representative Thomas Huntley of Duluth, was honored by his collogues and constituents this morning at "Duluth and St. Louis County Day at the Capitol" Legislative Breakfast.
A controversy has been brewing between the Fond du Lac Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa and the city of Duluth over the Fond du Luth Casino.
Lawmakers say the vast majority of the population of kids who are affected by this policy are those receiving reduced-price lunches.
Updated: 03/13/2014 4:12 PM Created: 03/13/2014 4:05 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling email@example.com This summer in Duluth the fight against gypsy moths is being taken to the sky.