Duluth's Mayor is telling residents the city has turned a corner on its budget problems.
A development agency has become the new owner of a 400,000-square-foot plant in Grand Rapids that used to manufacture fiber board.
An administrative law judge is recommending the state Public Utilities Commission approve the preferred location for an Iron Range coal-gasification power plant.
More than 70 people were displaced by an apartment fire in the Iron Range town of Virginia Wednesday night.
Agencies that provide home health care are maintaining services for hundreds of home bound clients, despite the combination winter storm and holiday.
A federal judge has approved a settlement in a discrimination lawsuit involving Mesaba Airlines.
The Bentleyville "Tour of Lights" annual lighting display has grown so large that this year that founder Nathan Bentley moved it from Cloquet to Duluth's Bayfront Festival Park.
With its 14 miles of holiday lights, The Bentleyville "Tour of Lights" in Duluth will burn through 72,000 kilowatts of electricity.
Time is running out if you still haven't mailed your Christmas cards or presents.
People planning a trip to northeast Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe area have a shot at hard-to-get permits through a lottery now underway.
A physics lab deep below the Iron Range may have uncovered the first terrestrial evidence of dark matter.
A study group blames a warmer climate, and not the St. Clair river, for low water levels on the upper Great Lakes.
Ely is the site of an effort Friday to prod federal officials into removing Minnesota's wolves from the federal endangered species list.
Last night supporters of the project converged on the first meeting to address on the environmental affects of the controversial plan.
Around this time of year there are almost as many holiday productions in Minnesota as bodies of water, but if you're looking for something a little different, grab yourself an egg nog, we'll take it from here.