The board voted 5-0 to continue the boundary change conversation into the next school year and keep current maps in place.
Craft cocktails and craft beers are on the menu at the Boreal House.
Gunnar Johnson, the city's second-highest paid employee, was suspended for "a human resources issue."
The health system announced it bought the Sears at Miller Hill Mall.
Work will cause detours from Grand Marais to the Canadian border.
He was once an American sports hero, a high-flying playmaker from Minnesota's Iron Range who competed with the best hockey players in the world. Now, his fall has been heartbreaking for his family and friends to see.
Designers say the "landscape is imbued with cultural meaning that transcends the legal boundaries of the site."
Lawmakers propose raising production cap, but small brewers object.
Lake Assault Boats will produce up to 119 patrol boats.
The college wants to bring the program back to the main campus.
There's never been a better time to be a social nondrinker in the Twin Ports.
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Last week, Duluth reported $12.4 million collected in tourism tax revenue, an all-time high. But industry, not tourism, has always been, and remains, among the city's primary economic drivers
The annual festival comes to the Twin Cities again this year. While it will arrive amid tough news for birds and habitat, the group stays on point.
As running back Dalvin Cook emerged as the key to the Vikings offense this season, fullback C.J. Ham took on more and more responsibility for making things run well.
The Republican is vying to face DFL incumbent Sen. Erik Simonson
Using real-time data from GPS collars to set up trail cameras, researchers found that blueberries may play a more important role in the canines' diet than researchers had known.
DULUTH – Former City Council Member Noah Hobbs announced Friday that he will run for the St. Louis County Board seat that will be…
Husky Energy plant was the site of a 2018 explosion and fire.
The Democrat said she hoped "Canada's elected leaders will call on the Trump administration to publicly release this confidential State Department report."