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.
148th Fighter Wing Night Plans Time Training Over Duluth September 19-29
The 148th Fighter Wing Minnesota National Guard Unit will be performing a series of night flight training exercises over the Twin Ports area during the next two weeks.
New Paint For Gouge Park In Superior Spotlights Its ‘Turtle Park’ Nickname
A hidden family-favorite park in Superior recently got a new paint job that spotlights its nickname: Turtle Park.
Oliver Bridge Near Duluth Closing September 21-23 For Inspections
The Oliver Bridge will be closing to traffic for another round of inspections in the coming week.
SWLP Breaks Ground On Superior Solar Garden, Still Looking To Fill Spaces
SWLP officials broke ground on the electric-producing solar garden in Superior with a 90% subscriber rate. There's still room for interested homeowners.
IRS Charges Washburn County Business Owner With Tax Crimes, Failed To File Payroll Taxes For Three Years
A Washburn County Wisconsin business owner faces 13 counts of federal charges from the IRS for failing to pay payroll taxes for a three year period.
Where Is The One Place You Can’t Ride A Moped In Wisconsin? The Answer Shouldn’t Surprise You
Mopeds are a common site on Wisconsin roadways. And while transportation laws treat them like any other vehicle, there is one place you can't operate them.
Duluth Drivers Take Notice: It’s National Roundabout Week!
Duluth drivers love to hate them, but roundabouts are here to stay. During National Roundabout Week, MNDOT shares some positive safety statistics.
City Of Superior Denies Fairgrounds’ Request To Forgive $10,000 In Interest On Delinquent Sewer Bill
The plan by Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds management and Douglas County to have a sizeable amount of interest charges waived by the City of Superior failed.
First Couple Learns Baby's Gender: Jeanne & Ian's Big Reveal
The first couple participating in Jeanne & Ian's Big Reveal learned the gender of their baby at a special race event at Superior's Gondik Law Speedway.