WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan announced today that the Pentagon will fully fund the Military Funeral Honors program – restoring a budget cut resulting from the sequestration process. Further, the Pentagon will update their 2015 budget request to continue to appropriately fund Military Funeral Honors program.
Good dental health depends not only on how you treat your teeth, but also what you put in your mouth.
Military officials are headed to the drawing board.
They're tasked with coming up with a quarantine strategy for U.S. troops coming home from West Africa - the men and women on the frontlines of the Ebola battle.
CASS LAKE – For the past 50 years, a beautiful tree has appeared on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. during the holiday season.
MINNEAPOLIS - The University of Minnesota will ask the Legislature for more than $6 million to study the environmental, health and economic effects of the state's mining industry.
The university's mining research request is part of its $1.3 billion 2016-2017 budget proposal.
DULUTH- Northland health experts are weighing in on new guidelines made
by Governors Chris Christie and Andrew Cuomo to mandate involuntary quarantine of
healthcare workers returning from countries affected by Ebola.
If you're noticing gradual hearing loss as you age, you aren't alone.
Doctors and nurses in the Ebola hot zone in West Africa will need a careful examination of U.S. quarantine rules back home.
DULUTH - After receiving the Future Policy Award 2014 for having the best policy in the world for addressing domestic violence, the Duluth Model is now being recognized by the vice president.
DULUTH - Vice President Joe Biden stopped in Duluth Thursday with U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar and U.S. Representative Rick Nolan.
They made the stop at the Duluth Public Safety Building to discuss the Duluth Model.