2021 Is The Worst Year For Air Quality In Duluth On Record
FOX 21 Chief Meteorologist Sam Gabrielli shared more insight Monday (August 2nd).
Traffic + Lane Shifts For Highway 53 Project North Of Duluth Brings ‘Notable Impacts’
The overlay project that the Minnesota Department of Transportation has in place on Highway 53 just north of Duluth will see some traffic and lane changes starting on June 29.
Why Are There So Many Grasshoppers In The Northland This Summer?
Get a brief look at the science behind this summers infestation of grasshoppers.
UPDATE: Duluth Police Identify Deceased Male Found Near Lakewalk Tuesday
Officers with the Duluth Police Department are investigating a scene on the Duluth Lakewalk near the Rose Garden where a deceased person was found.
Highway 53 Ramp Closures + Detour Begins In August
Get the details about the Highway 53/I-35 ramp closures and detours that start in August 2021.
Duluth Among The 10 US Golf Destinations With the Most Courses Per Capita
Discover where you can find the best access in the country for your pick of courses, the unique terrain that lends itself to world-class golf, and what makes select clubs noteworthy.
Duluth, Cloquet Now Included In Air Quality Alert Due To Smoke
An air quality alert for the next few days has been issued for the northern half of Minnesota, with residents warned of poor air quality due to wildfire smoke.
27 Duluth + Superior Park Spaces To Spend Time Near The Water
Here are almost 30 of the best choices in Duluth and Superior to spend a little time near the water on your next time outside!
DTA’s Better Bus Blueprint Aims To Simplify + Streamline Routes
With a plan that developers call the "most substantial change" in their history, the Duluth Transit Authority seeks to "simplify and invigorate public transit" in the Twin Ports.
City Of Duluth Removing Invasive Trees It Planted Along 4th Street As Part Of Reconstructi…
The same tax dollars that worked to plant trees along 4th Street during the Reconstruction Project a few years back will now be spent to remove them due to their classification as "invasive".