• Stryker Bay Facelift

    Wednesday, Jun 15 at 6:18 PM

    The Stryker Bay project to remove tar and other sediments in the bay has finally come to an end today.Jordan Weinand visited the new and improved site.

  • Watershed Festival at LSC

    Duluth, MN (Northland's Newscenter) - Northlanders were given the opportunity today to purchase rain barrels and composters for their homes today to help fight storm water runoff.

  • WLSSD To Hold Rain & Compost Barrel Sale

    Duluth, MN: The Western Lake Superior Sanitary District and the Regional Stormwater Protection Team will host a one-day rain barrel and backyard compost bin sale at Lake Superior College's lower east parking lot on Saturday, June 4th, from 9 am – 3 pm.

  • "Top Green Cars, Summer 2011"

    The price of gas has been like a roller coaster over the past few months. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a test drive with a few new cars which promise better gas mileage.

  • "Spring Recycling"

    You have probably heard the phrase "One's Mans Trash is Another Man's Treasure." In this Week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look at how to green up your spring cleaning.

  • Minnesota Power Signs Hydroelectricity Agreement

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- A long-term power purchase agreement between Minnesota Power and Manitoba Hydro will bring 250 megawatts of hydroelectricity to the Northland for 15 years starting in 2020.

  • Climate Change in the Northland

    Climate change has been in headlines for more than a decade, but many don't understand the difference between climate and meteorology. Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson helps clear up the misunderstanding.

  • "Crank Up Your Brain"

    We all know getting on a bicycle is a great exercise. But UMD is taking it a step farther by encouraging students to use bicycles as their main modes of transportation. Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson explains in this weeks "Your Green Life"

  • Is Your Water Safe?

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Test results continue to reveal that the vast majority of community water systems in the state have met all the regulations of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.

  • Contaminants Low In Minnesota Walleye

    Fish taken in 2010 from nine of Minnesota's 10 largest walleye lakes had levels of perfluorooctane sulfonate that were either very low or undetectable, suggesting those lakes have very little or no contamination from perfluorochemicals.

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