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Sunday Marks 40th Anniversary of Duluth Harbor Fire
Foles, Eagles Rout Vikings 38-7, Advance to Super Bowl February 4th in Minneapolis
Rice Lake Woman Injured After Crash in Barron County
Crews Respond to Structure Fire in West Duluth
Beargrease Cutest Puppy Contest Held at Fitger's
Northland Community Protests In Twin Ports Women's March
Kids Get Active at Second "Saturday Morning at the Races"
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Coast Guard Assisting Vessels Stuck in Great Lakes Ice
Snowfall Amounts for January 10 & 11
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Patriots Open as Favorite Over Eagles in Super Bowl
Little Icebreaker Program Introduces Young Girls to Hockey
Brady, Patriots Top Jaguars to Advance to Super Bowl in Minneapolis
Web Extra: Interview With Superior Native, Ex-Vikings DT Doug Sutherland
Government Shutdown Extends into Workweek
World War I Well Connected with Twin Ports
Michigan Awards Grants For Invasive Species Control Projects
Animal Allies: Brutus
MNsure Boasts 116,000 Signups in Record Year
Churchill Elementary Students Celebrate Vikings with "Skol" Chant
Duluth Rage Room Offers Cathartic Stress Relief
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U2, Elton John, Kendrick Lamar to Perform at Grammys
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Public File Reports
01/21/2018 01:15 PM
Cleveland-Cliffs has begun putting up 'No Trespassing' signs on its property in Nashwauk.
The all important permit to mine for PolyMet's precious metals project is now up for public comment. And there are public meetings planned in Aurora and Duluth.
Boat lovers have enjoyed seeing the high number of vessels anchored out on Lake Superior. But those captains want to get going, to make key final deliveries for the season.
The DNR has some conditions for Chippewa Capital Partners, if they want the state's mineral leases reinstated.
The U.S. Commerce Department says it has begun looking into whether Chinese aluminum sheeting is selling in the United States at illegally low prices.
According to a Star Tribune report, plans to restart the Grand Rapids Magnetation site have been pushed back a year. Upgrades to an Indiana plant are more costly than expected, pushing Magnetation to the back burner.
Twin Metals filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to regain its mineral rights leases. A judge is considering a motion to dismiss the suit.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign a Republican bill lifting Wisconsin's nearly 20-year ban on gold and silver mining - a ban he himself helped put in place as a legislator.
Two well-known mining vendors on the Range have combined forces. RMS acquired Tritec, and the steel fabricating shop is now known as RMS Tritec.
Saturday and Sunday after the Eyewitness News Weekend Report
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Local Duluth restaurants have been keeping busy throughout the football season
Sunday marked a very significant day in Duluth's history, the 40th anniversary of a massive fire on the Duluth Harbor.
A Virginia woman was at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Sunday cheering on the Vikings in the NFC Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
It is the sixth straight conference championship game loss for the Vikings. They also fell in the title games for the 1977, 1987, 1998, 2000 and 2009 seasons.
The Wisconsin State Patrol says a 19-year-old Rice Lake woman suffered non-life threatening injuries in a crash on Sunday morning in Barron County.
The Duluth Fire Department responded to a fire at a residence on North 27th Ave. West, on Sunday.
According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, a 66-year-old woman is dead as a result of a car accident in Solon Springs on Saturday.
Cleveland-Cliffs is denying any illegal or night-time activity related to new signage at their property in Nashwauk.