Two days after the flood, photographers from Duluth joined Minnesota Today to discuss their experience covering the flood, share stories from the last 48 hours and look ahead to the challenges the city will face.
Join us for a video chat at noon with Duluth photographers to discuss this week’s historic flooding, their craft and their city.
Duluth continues to dry out and officials are taking stock of the devastating damage left behind from Wednesday’s historic floods. Floodwaters are pushing south and have submerged the town of Moose Lake.
Heavy rain is causing major flooding in Duluth, Minn. and up the North Shore. I35 is closed in several sections in Duluth, Highway 61 is impassable along portions of the North Shore.
The non-native sea lamprey remains the only one of about 180 aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes to be successfully controlled. Now scientists are exploring other means of controlling the destructive creature, research that could also help with other exotic species.
Former U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar endorsed Rick Nolan today in his bid to take on GOP incumbent Chip Cravaack in the 8th Congressional District, but the two politicians shared the moment with groundbreaking Iron Range newspaper publisher Veda Ponikvar, who turned 92.
The International Falls Economic Development Authority as been awarded a $657,000 grant to construct a warehouse that will aid international shipping and create jobs.
A wildfire that apparently started from a downed power line is burning Thursday afternoon one mile south of Ely. Crews are fighting the blaze and facing winds S at 22 miles per hour with gusts to 35. Ely Mayor has declared a local emergency and homes are being evacuated.
Bear joins angler on the pier at Canal Park
Strict environmental standards and cheap natural gas are forcing utilities and regulators to take a hard look at the economic viability of coal-fired power plants.