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  • Northland Marks April Autism Acceptance Month

    As autism has become increasingly common, those who are impacted by the disorder continue to seek understanding and all April, Duluth has been marking Autism Acceptance month. On Wednesday nights in April, Enger Tower will be lit up blue for autism acceptance. That color is significant to so many families today as one in 68 school-aged children have autism or related disorders. 

  • Regulators Set 12 Public Meetings on Enbridge Pipelines

    Minnesota regulators plan a dozen public meetings on Enbridge Energy's proposed Sandpiper oil pipeline across northern Minnesota and its plan to replace its Line 3 pipeline.  Black Bear Casino in Carlton will be the site of two meetings on May 5.

  • Duluth Children's Museum Feedback Survey

    Take a survey about the changes at the Duluth Children's Museum, and you could win a birthday party there!

  • Jamar Clark Case Evidence

    Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman released the police reports, statements, video and other evidence that helped him decide not to charge two Minneapolis Police officers in the shooting death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark. 

  • Walker Announces New Website Tracking Agency Performance

    Gov. Scott Walker has announced a new website tracking state agencies' performance.




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