Keewatin Elementary School teacher later apologized for the comments.
Hundreds of health care workers are caught up in cutbacks due to COVID-19.
Police Chief Mike Tusken said in his 28 years on the force, he's never seen civil disobedience like what Duluth saw on Saturday in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
The Khapra can infest and decimate grain products and seeds.
Collective has unveiled a proposal to bridge Canal Park and downtown.
Coronavirus has flipped the service industry on its head, but here are some local spots still operating.
The pandemic might be increasing the demand for dangerous drugs.
Ticketholders have to wait a year to request a refund.
Amid anger and tension, a Duluth police officer read the names of people of color killed by police.
Mark Pavelich was previously found to be 'mentally ill and dangerous' and committed to the state hospital.
Salons, operating at 25% capacity, have also reopened.
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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.
"Maximum service with a minimum interface" was how one resort's general manager described the way forward with summer about to kick off.
A year after forcing out one of the league's founding members, the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is bringing back an old friend to play football and adding a newcomer to join for all sports
Closed for the summer, the public ski hill will need cash to start up in November.
The city plans to use a property tax levy increase of less than 1% to help cover its portion.
The 90%-white city sees wide disparities among black residents.