With the nice beach weather comes wind and dangerous rip currents. BUMMER! But, it is important to note that the Duluth Fire Department is issuing a dangerous swimming conditions warning. Please be sure to pass this on to your family if you are not home and they are planning a beach outing today through tomorrow morning at 10am.
According to Adam Lorch at the Northland's NewsCenter, today is a great beach day. However, which beach you go to is important because there are several under a No Water Contact Recommendation in Dululth.
If you don't have lunch plans on Tuesdays, may I suggest you head downtown Duluth? Every Tuesday the Downtown Farmers’ Market is full of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, jellies, honeys and candy.
I actually have nightmares about forgetting our daughter in a hot car. You hear the stories in the news and it is such a gut wrenching tragedy when these children die. A lot of people put the blame on parents, but I can see it happening to almost anyone.
Temps are expected to soar into the upper 80's and 90's. With the dew point it will feel like 100 and we are not use to it in the Northland. While I'm sure you'll take necessary precautions with your family. You should know the warning signs of heat related illnesses and what to do.
It's feast or famine! It's either too cold or too hot!!! The latter is what we expect for Monday through the evening. At least it won't last long, but there are still precautions to take when it comes to your family, the elderly (especially neighbors) and your pets.
Whether you're involved with the Park Point 5 Miler or just in the area, this important Traffic Advisory from the Duluth Police Department will ensure the runners are safe and that you get to your destination on time. Here's the skinny:
Autism is a puzzling thing. Theories of what causes it have been thrown around in the recent decades. More and more people are being diagnosed with one of the many disorders of the autism spectrum. But now, there may actually be an explanation behind what is happening in the brain. It's called delayed audio processing.
Most of us remember the flooding that happened in the Northland in 2012, but that doesn't mean that several of our friends and family weren't affected by flooding in the northern part of our county early this summer. St. Louis County would like to assess the damage and is asking for your help.
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