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Salvation Army officials are asking deer hunters, snowmobilers, skiers, skaters, snowboarders and any other winter enthusiasts to help ring the bell in these frigid temperatures.
Should prostitution be legalized?
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
4 hrs ago | WDIO
A portion of I-35 in Duluth reopened on Wednesday after three weeks of repairs. Drivers said it will save them time a some stress.
8 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
Duluth, MN Holiday lights are always a chore to put up and take down, but it's actually easy to recycle the bad or broken ones.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness has publicly broke off discussions with Rice Lake Township over annexation Wednesday, amid backlash from township residents.
Jefferson Lines has ended bus service between Duluth and Eau Claire, a move that also affects a number of small towns between the two cities.
Traffic through downtown Duluth is moving more smoothly, since the Minnesota Department of Transportation reopened the lanes of southbound interstate-35 Wednesday morning.
Crews in Duluth are testing a new solution of calcium chloride mixed with a brine to tackle the caked on ice on city streets from last week's snow storm.
A Cloquet man has pleaded guilty to stabbing a girl in the heart last October as part of gang-related activity.
A Wisconsin dairy farm says it has fired two employees and barred a third from handling animals after video shot by an undercover activist showed workers hitting, kicking, stabbing and whipping cows.
Most bands are lucky to survive two years, but Low have held on for 20. It has been a slow, steady climb for the Duluth experimental rock trio, but 2013 was arguably their most productive and artistically rich.
Updated: 12/10/2013 5:19 PM Created: 12/10/2013 5:13 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling email@example.com The building will bear Steve O'Neil's name.
A long-eared owl rescued by firefighters from a second-story window ledge in downtown Duluth on Monday died overnight from head trauma, according to a spokesman for Wildwoods, a wildlife rehabilitation organization in Duluth.
"They expect eight to ten inches in Cape Cod and Boston all around there. They're going to have a hard time parking their cars, I'll tell you!" said meteorologist Jack McKenna during a 1985 broadcast.
A judge has denied a motion for a new trial in the federal case against Jim Carlson, owner of the Last Place on Earth in Duluth.
Opponents of the the new copper-nickel mining being proposed in Northern Minnesota are gearing up for the public comment period.
Councilors passed a resolution requesting the Parks and Recreation department to review the feasibility of allowing ATV users within city limits.