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  • The Latest on Climate Change

    Friday, Nov 2 at 6:23 AM

    Climate change can be a hot button issue when it comes to politics, but when you take the politics out and boil it down to science the evidence becomes more clear.

  • Former KBJR Meteorlogist Jeff Edmondson on Hurricane Sandy

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Chief Meteorologist Adam Clark speaks to former KBJR morning meteorologist Jeff Edmondson about Hurricane Sandy.

  • HMS Bounty Sinks; 14 Crew Members Rescued, One Dead & One Missing

    Hatteras, NC (Northland's NewsCenter) -Hurricane Sandy has claimed a famed summertime Duluth attraction, the tall ship HMS Bounty. The schooner reportedly sunk Monday morning off the coast of North Carolina. One crew member died and another remained missing as of Monday evening.

  • Northland's Winter Watch: Photo Gallery

    With the winter season still weeks away, the Northland has seen its share of wintry landscapes. Capture your town's snowy scene and send them to the Northland's NewsCenter.

  • First Snow Fall Hits the Iron Range

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Snow flakes usher in the start of fall on the Iron Range. Your photos help tell the story.

  • Spacecraft Detects Wintry Weather on Mars

    Pasadena, CA (NASA) -Scientists have found evidence of snow fall on Mars thanks to a NASA orbiter.

  • Storm Chasers

    Meteorologist Adam Lorch interviewed Brandon Ivey, a storm chaser who drives a specially designed vehicle into tornados to collect weather data.

  • Thursday's Tornado Was Not Duluth's First

    On May 26, 1958 a tornado was reported to hit West Duluth.

  • Duluth's and Superior's First Tornado

    The waterspout from Thursday can now be called Duluth's first tornado.

  • Water Spout Reported Over Lake Superior

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The National Weather Service received a 911 call of a water spout on Lake Superior as well as a report of a funnel cloud over Barker's Island.

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