2012 Northland Flood

  • Flood Leaves Mark on Duluth

    Monday, Jul 2 at 1:53 PM

    Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- Duluth's streets, roads, parks and homes are scarred from debris and sinkholes in the wake of the historic flood.

  • Small Army of Citizen Volunteers Work to Save Moose Lake

    Moose Lake, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -The town is cut off with no motorized access in or out of town. A third of the town is flooded and the sewer system has shut down. Yet a small army of citizen volunteers continues to soldier on.

  • Mail Pickup For Residents in Closed Off Communities

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Residents in areas that have been closed off due to flooding can pick up their mail at two Duluth post office buildings.

  • PETA Asking for Charges in Death of Zoo Animals

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- PETA is urging the Duluth City Attorney to file charges in connection with the death of 14 animals at the Lake Superior Zoo after Wednesday's flooding.

  • Cloquet Mayor Declares State of Emergency

    Cloquet, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The city, along with all of Carlton Co. and many of its neighboring communities suffered significant damage as a result of flooding from Wednesday's storms.

  • Miller Hill Mall Opens for Business

    (Duluth, MN) Northland's Newscenter- The Miller Hill Mall will re-open today, Friday.

  • Governor Mark Dayton Declares a State of Emergency Across Minnesota

    St. Paul, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Governor Mark Dayton has declared a state of emergency for Minnesota due to storm damage and flooding in the Twin Cities and in Duluth.

  • Flooding Closures

    Many businesses and events have been closed or cancelled due to the massive floodings.

  • Floods Set Saint Louis River Record

    The floods in the Northland have set a record for the Saint Louis River.

  • MDA: Produce should not be considered food due to flood waters

    St. Paul, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is advising Minnesota fruit and vegetable growers and gardeners that produce impacted by flood waters may be considered adulterated and should not be used for food.