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    Two environmental groups are asking state regulators to take another look at a proposed northern Minnesota oil pipeline replacement project. The groups say there are inconsistences between a legal settlement and an earlier proposal.

  • Four Arrested in Hermantown Drive-by Shooting

    Multiple suspects have been arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting over the weekend in Hermantown. Hermantown Police Chief Jim Crace said four males including two teenagers, a 20 year-old and a 47 year-old are being held on multiple felony-level charges, saying there's no threat to the public. 

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