UMD Wins in OT to Claim NCAA West Regional, Earns Spot in NCAA Frozen Four
Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike
Rich Updegrove Kicks off Campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large Seat
Northlander Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial
UMD's Genocide Workshop Hopes to Brings Light to Today's World Issues
To Mars and Back: Lowell Students Experience STARBASE Program
Board of Regents Meet at UMD for First Time since 2008
Students Awarded Tool Box Grants
2017 Shipping Season is Underway
Duluth Leaders Oppose Trump's Federal Budget Proposal
Extended Weather Forecast
Storms Could Spawn Tornadoes Across Parts of Midwest, South
Storm Causes Massive Waves on Lake Ontario
Storm Dumps 2 Feet of Snow on Parts of Northeast
Grizzlies Reflect on Runner-Up Finish at State Tournament
Press Conference: North Woods Following State Title Game
Boucher Scores Twice, Canucks Top Slumping Wild
Agudelo Scores 2 Goals, Revolution Tops Minnesota United 5-2
Motorhead Madness Roaring Back into Duluth this Weekend
Animal Allies: Symphony
Singers of All Abilities Invited to St. Scholastica for MPR's 'Bring the Sing'
Eighth Annual Northland Community Wellness Day happening Saturday
Fifth Annual Give to CSS Day Set for Thursday
Disney CEO: 'Last Jedi' Not Changed Due to Fisher's Death
Dylan Gives Rare Interview, Talks Sinatra, Elvis
Movie of Vince Flynn's 'American Assassin' to Debut Sept. 15
Chuck Berry's Final Studio Album to be Released in June
ABC's Diane Sawyer to Interview Caitlyn Jenner Again
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Disney CEO Bob Iger says the upcoming "Star Wars" sequel will not be changed now that Carrie Fisher has died. The actress had finished filming her portion of the movie before suffering a heart attack.
Bob Dylan opened about his music and songwriting and discussed his relationships with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and others in a rare and lengthy interview posted to his website Wednesday.
The late Minnesota author Vince Flynn's counterterrorism operative Mitch Rapp is coming to the big screen in September.
The album, titled "CHUCK," was announced in October, five months before the rock pioneer's death on Saturday at the age of 90.