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  • Duluth Mayor Ness leads hike for MN Hiking Celebration

    Duluth, MN ( -- Duluth Mayor Don Ness put on his hiking shoes on Thursday to lead a walk along the Lake Superior Hiking Trail.

  • U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan touts Duluth's AAR facility

    Duluth, MN ( --- U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan toured the AAR facility in Duluth Thursday touting the increase in jobs as the aircraft maintenance company continues to grow.

  • A look at regional Police Departments use of military equipment

    Superior, WI ( The violence and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri over the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old man by a police officer, and the overwhelming police response thereafter has many looking at the military equipment used by officers on the street. This military equipment is being made available through a government program for law enforcement, provided for high risk situations. We take a look at the program and talks with some regional police departments that have taken advantage of the give-away.

  • Cookin' Up Community Support: United Way's Chili Cook-Off

    Duluth, MN ( --- We're still in the warmth of summer, but it's about to get chilly soon. From new leaders to dedicated organizers and volunteers, the United Way of Greater Duluth's Chili Cook-Off is just around the corner.

  • Duluth steam plant takes steps to reduce carbon emissions

    Duluth, MN ( -- About 97 percent of scientists agree that humans are causing climate change, according to a just released climate plan from Minnesota's Environmental Quality Board. The study, "Our Tomorrow Starts Today," outlines the impact of climate change in Minnesota and what has been done to help reduce our carbon footprint.

  • Duluth Hillside shooting victim speaks; suspect still at large

    Duluth, MN ( The victim in Duluth's Central Hillside shooting last night is speaking out, saying he's lucky and grateful to be alive.

  • New vaccination requirements take effect in Minnesota schools Sept. 1st

    Duluth, MN ( --- School is just around the corner for many Northland kids and teens. And with new vaccination requirements taking effect in Minnesota on September 1st, students will need to be up to date on all their shots.

  • All eyes on the sky this weekend for Duluth Air Show

    Duluth, MN ( It will be all eyes to the skies in just three days as the 20-14 Duluth Air Show begins. More than a dozen air performers will fly high in this year's show.

  • WI tribes go to EPA to try to stop G-Tac mine

    Mellen, WI ( -- It has been business as usual at the proposed mine site in the Penokee Hills, as Gogebic Taconite continues testing the area in hopes of building a $1.5 billion iron ore mine. "We have had 20 to 25 people a day up on the site," said G-Tac spokesperson Bob Seitz. "They have been doing archeological work, checking on wetlands, finding wet lands and delineating them."

  • Northland theater company hopes to inspire love of reading

    Duluth, MN ( - A Northland theater company is hoping to inspire kids through both the stage and the page.

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