Here are some answers to questions about unemployment, sick leave and what governments are doing to help people who may lose jobs or money due to coronavirus.
Detroit and Cleveland, sure. Duluth?
Despite big promises from President Trump on infrastructure, little has been done to increase federal funding.
Chavez-Cruz, a first-generation American, left the Twin Cities for the College of St. Scholastica. As a Latino, he felt different in Duluth and missed his extended family, but soon five of his siblings and cousins took the leap as well.
At the 1921 National Championships in Buffalo, Hoover won the intermediate single, the senior single, and the quarter-mile dash, which caught the attention of the rowing world.
The decision of who will pick up the party banner ahead of a crucial 2018 election is about more than who is the best candidate that matches up best against Republican candidate Pete Stauber.
Duluth’s economy is unique among Minnesota metros for its dependence on natural resources.
It all started when Moorhead Junior High School guidance counselor Robert Asp read a book on Viking shipbuilding.
Congdon served as a Minnesota State Representative from 1909 to 1913.
At first glance, the move would seem like trouble for Duluth’s venerable home for eclectic, commercial-free pop music.
The opening of the Duluth ship canal in 1871 was a historical turning point for the city of Duluth, Minnesota, and the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior.
Minnesota Point — otherwise known as Park Point — is a true geographic peculiarity that looks in person like it does on a map: very narrow.
Riding along the ten-foot gauge track, the original pair of forty-one by fifteen-foot cars counterbalanced each other, one going up while the other one descended.
Environmental groups and a Chippewa band are criticizing the MPCA’s plan to allow the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District to continue discharging the pollutants.
Elisabeth Mannering Congdon’s legacy is long, yet her individual accomplishments have largely been forgotten.
Humane Society prevails in pig case; Minneapolis couple charged with killing their six-week-old daughter; and Minneapolis is named a “heat island.”
The author brings to life a lively, thriving, grungy and wonderfully seedy Duluth of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Duluth rolls out a welcome mat made of snow for a beleaguered Salt Lake City family.
DFLers reverse pro-environment decision; groundwater drain; local stocks fall; heroin deaths up; and more.
MN anti-trafficking law serves as federal model; GOP convention-planning snafu; and more.