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  • Community leaders make game plan to tackle mental health

    Monday, Sep 12 at 7:10 PM

    Duluth, MN (NNCnow.com) -- An on-going problem in Minnesota took another step forward Monday as various stakeholders met to discuss mental illness at Essentia Health St. Mary's in Duluth for the Minnesota Governor's Task Force. The group was established by Governor Mark Dayton to identify gaps in Minnesota's mental health system and offer solutions.

  • Northland in for a colorful autumn

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)-- Those in the Northland can expect the leaves on the trees around them to be changing colors relatively soon. Experts say we will likely see the peak color conditions in mid-September to early October.

  • Family and Friends welcome home car crash survivors

    Superior, WI (NNCnow.com) -- The Superior community welcomed home family members, who own the Guadalajara restaurant after a car crash left them in Mexico recovering. Back in March Juan, Maria and their daughter Jessica Jacinto were in Mexico on vacation when their car turn over killing Juan and his mother.

  • Nortlanders remember 9/11

    Duluth, MN ( NNCNOW.com) -- It's been exactly 15 years since the terror attacks on American soil left thousands dead. To remember those who have lost their lives, Governor Mark Dayton issued all United States and Minnesota flags to be flown at half staff at state and federal buildings.

  • First Walk to Remember is held to support veterans

    VIRGINIA, MN - Community members in Virginia put on the first Walk to Remember, today. 

  • Virginia community reacts to lawsuit against the Virginia School District

    VIRGINIA, MN - Virginia community reacts to lawsuit filed against the Virginia School District.

  • Fire on Park Point has residents alarmed for multiple reasons

    DULUTH, MN - Firefighters are trying to figure out what caused a fire to break out on Park Point last night.

  • Duluth pipeline protests target local businesses

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- The controversy surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline is hitting home for a number of Northland groups, including a group of protesters who took to downtown Duluth Thursday and brought their protest to local businesses. 

  • Cloquet High School students show their support for Wetterling family

    CLOQUET, MN - After the devastating news about the findings of Jacob Wetterling's remains last week, the Northland has stepped up their efforts to support the family.

  • Carlton County seeking public input for internet needs

    CARLTON, MN - The Carlton County Broadband Steering Committee is seeking public input in an effort to understand how levels of broadband internet service affect people at work and at home.