How Common Is Snow On Halloween In The Duluth Area?
We all remember the Halloween Blizzard of 1991, but how common is having snow on Halloween?
A Later Winter In The Northland? Autumns Are Staying Milder, Longer. See For Yourself
Winter is coming, but it may not be in much of a hurry this year, due to planetary warming amped up by a Super El Nino in the Pacific Ocean
The DTA Is Providing Free Service Around The Duluth Area For Two Weeks
To promote their Better Bus Blueprint, the Duluth Transit Authority is providing unlimited fare-free rides for a two-week period.
Pavement-Buckling Heat? These Cities in Minnesota and Wisconsin Will Feel Like 110F
The hottest air of the summer will brush much of Minnesota and Wisconsin with a heat index anywhere from 100 to 111F Tuesday and Wednesday, hot enough to buckle roads according to NOAA
Duluth Residents, Remember To Register Your Bicycle With DPD
Registration is easy and increases chance of recovery if stolen.
Watch Out For A May Sunburn In Duluth And Superior
May might not seem like sunburn month up north, but it can happen quickly.
Former Superior Hotel GM Charged With Stealing More Than $65K From The Business
The former General Manager of the Best Western Hotel in Superior is charged with stealing more than $65,000 over an eight month period.
Superior Man Faces Felony Charges For 32-Pound Box Of Marijuana Delivered To Neighboring House
A Superior man faces felony charges for his involvement when a 32-pound box of marijuana was delivered to a bank-owned home two doors down from his.
Homicide Charges For Superior Man Involved In Drug Overdose Death
A Superior man faces felony charges connected with his involvement in a fentanyl drug overdose death this past winter.
May Windchill: Chilly, Windy Fishing Opener But Rain Bypasses Northland
It won't snow for the Minnesota Fishing Opener, but it will be windy and chilly with wake-up temperatures stuck in the 40s. The good news: most of the rain should pass to our south and west on Saturday. Choppy on your favorite lake, but at least you won't get soaked.
Superior Looks To Cut Snow Removal Time By Half For Homeowners
A proposed ordinance change would reduce the time Superior property owners have to remove snow from sidewalks - from 48 to 24 hours after the snow ends.
Wisconsin Commits $8 Million To Fund Drug Treatment Statewide
The State of Wisconsin is pledging $8 million in grant money to provide drug treatment for more than 4,000 individuals in an effort to battle the drug crisis.