A federal judge is allowing the Minnesota DNR to weigh in on a citizen's lawsuit seeking to force federal officials to end the protected status of upper-Midwest timberwolves.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has identified the 17-year-old shot to death by a police officer in Duluth Thursday night as Joseph Anthony Carl.
Five rural Minnesota telephone systems will be splitting more than $40 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture grants to expand access to broadband internet.
A rebounding taconite mining industry is helping the bottom line at Duluth-based electric provider Minnesota Power.
A cellphone tower in the boundary waters sparks a lawsuit, nurses picket in Duluth and the Splitrock lighthouse turns 100. Bob Kelleher joins Cathy Wurzer to discuss all the news from Northern Minnesota.
About 100 nurses and their supporters picketed Duluth's St. Luke's hospital Tuesday afternoon, because little progress has been made in their contract talks with Duluth's two hospital systems.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said 911 service in Ely, Babbitt, Floodwood, International Falls, McGregor, Aurora, Tower, Two Harbors and Ranier might be interrupted between now and about 9 p.m. Tuesday night.
When wolf researcher Mike Nelson isn't in the woods, he's often in the Kawishiwi Laboratory and Forest Research Center -- a small complex of log and stone cabins nestled under centuries-old white pines south of Ely.
More than 100,000 visitors are expected to flock into Duluth this weekend for the festival, likely to be the city's biggest summer attraction. It opens today with a grand arrival of all nine.
Kelliher laid out her agenda for senior citizens in a visit on Monday at Duluth's Rainbow Senior Center.
Murphy Oil Corporation is putting its Superior, Wisconsin oil refinery up for sale.
A former Duluth aircraft executive has formed a new airplane company in New England.
Ely-based Duluth Metals has signed a partnership with international copper mining company Antofagasta to help pave the way for an underground copper nickel project.
The Center for Biological Diversity hopes to see a lot more wolves in places like the Great Plains, New England and the California basin.
Minnesota has joined four other Great Lakes states in a lawsuit to block the movement of asian carp.