Wisconsin Sees 18% Increase In Domestic Abuse Deaths In 2021
Wisconsin saw an 18% in domestic violence homicides on 2021 according to a recently released annual report.
Duluth's Blatnik Bridge Northbound Lanes To Close October 5
Drivers who use the Blatnik Bridge will want to know about a short-term closure that could affect their route this week.
UW-Superior Enrollment Numbers Are Up For Second Consecutive Year
Officials with the University of Wisconsin-Superior shared positive enrollment news about this years' numbers, representing a multi-year trend.
Barkers Island Boat Launch In Superior Closing October 3-7
The Barkers Island Boat Launch Site in Superior will close for maintenance October 3 through October 7.
Make It Count – Important Dates For Absentee Voters In Superior
As the City of Superior gets ready for the general election that's coming up on Tuesday, November 8, they're alerting the public about important deadline dates.
Douglas County Plans 11% Increase In Budgeted Expenses For 2023
Douglas County's preliminary budget for 2023 has been set with an 11% projected increase in expenses, but no new staff or initiatives.
Traffic Changes Coming For I-35 In Duluth Starting in October
Changes are coming for traffic on I-35 in Duluth. Here's what is ahead.
Salvation Army Thrift Store In Superior In Danger Of Closing, Needs Shoppers
The Salvation Army Thrift Store location on Belknap Street in Superior is facing the same realities that many other businesses are and they need your help.
How To Get The Most Out Of Shorter Duluth and Superior Fall Days
As we deal with less daylight, here's some tips to take advantage of as much of it as we can.
Superior Police Officer Involved In Fatal Crash Pleads Not Guilty
The former Superior Police officer involved in a traffic crash that resulted in two fatalities and two people injured has entered a "not guilty" plea on the charges facing him.
Superior Celebrates National Library Card Sign Up Month
To celebrate National Library Card Sign Up Month, the Superior Public Library is providing the chance at a $50 prize when you sign up for services.
Douglas County Borrows $7.5 Million To Fund Road Projects During The Next Three Years
Douglas County Board members recently have their approval to borrowing $7.5 million to be used for road and highway repairs and maintenance.