It's the state's first, offering varieties of the tangy, fermented tea
Antibody treatment is encouraged for those qualified; 10,000 county residents have started vaccinations.
Environmentalists have argued the dredging project violates an old pact.
The last months of the season were a bright spot in a historically down year.
Some pass costs will fall to boost ridership, pending City Council approval.
Bar service and indoor dining resumes Friday.
We are launching a weekly feature to tell you about what's new at the many breweries and cideries in the Twin Ports.
A large outbreak of the virus has fueled long-simmering tensions over civil liberties at the state program.
Officials hope the pandemic-stricken industry will come roaring back.
Wolves cornered Blue, a two-year-old Weimaraner, on a trail in the woods.
The bridge connecting Duluth and Superior is due for replacement
Ross has held the job for nearly 24 years.
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With the largest concentration of hunting and fishing camps in Canada, the region of Ontario just north of Minnesota is especially hard hit by the closed border. And Minnesotans who take those trips feel targeted, too.
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.
When COVID arrived, Mpls. neighbors stepped outside to sing — 300 nights later, they're still singing
The COVID relief bill includes $7 billion for increasing access and security.
The Forest Service says it's making educational videos mandatory for permits after last season's "unacceptably high amount" of damage to the wilderness.
The governor made three stops around the state this week to promote civility following the U.S. Capitol riot.
The country's 12th-largest marathon typically brings 20,000 participants and thousands of other visitors to Duluth each year.
Mining opponents say Minnesota shouldn't be a guinea pig for risky copper mines.