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Authorities Investigate Vandalism, Graffiti in Grand Marais

The Cook County Sheriff's Office says it's investigating a recent influx of vandalism and graffiti in the Grand Marais area, including some vandalism mentioning sulfide.

  • Thunder Bay Police Investigate Suspicious Fire
 
  • DNR to Auction Northern Minnesota Land Oct. 9
 
  • Thunder Bay Police Confirm 8th Homicide of Year; Victim Found in Park
 
  • Sheriff Warns of Wolf Attacks in Grand Marais



  • Coast Guard Rescues Injured Camper in Isle Royale National Park

    The U.S. Coast Guard says an injured woman needed to be evacuated from Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior on Monday evening. A distress beacon was received around 3:00 p.m. at the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton in Ontario from the camper on the northeastern side of the island.

  • This moose calf follows its mother through deep snow near Grand Marias as she tries to put distance between her and an approaching helicopter during a collaring attempt. Partnership Helps Raise Funds for Moose Research

    The state is partnering with a private conservation organization to raise funds to study why Minnesota's moose population has dramatically declined in recent years and how that trend could be reversed.

  • Scannell Replaced as Cook County Attorney

    The Cook County Board of Commissioners has voted to replace Tim Scannell as county attorney, following his conviction on two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. According to a commissioner, the board acted on a statute that says the office should be declared vacant. Assistant County Attorney Molly Hicken was appointed in the interim.

  • Everything You Can Fit in a 10-Hour Trip Up the North Shore

    The Northland is full of things to do and things to see, making it ideal for getaways and day tripping. One popular trip is going up the North Shore. It's been done many times before, but an Eyewitness News crew took a new approach to the trip and had some fun on Highway 61. They challenged themselves to see how much they could fit in going up to Grand Marais and back to Duluth in just 10 hours.

  • Scannell Apologizes to Victim, Family, Community

    Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell has apologized following his conviction last week on two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.  In a statement, Scannell apologized to the girl, his family, and the community.

  • Scannell Convicted on Both Counts

    A jury has convicted Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell on two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. The verdict comes after about nine hours of deliberations yesterday evening and today.



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