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Cancellations & Closures

Updated: 04/24/2014 4:03 PM
Created: 04/16/2014 4:00 PM WDIO.com

We've received a few event cancellations due to the snow.  To have your event added to the list, email news@wdio.com.

  • Hermantown Historical Society event rescheduled for May 8
  • PAVSA Take Back the Night canceled

Front Page

  • Police Chief Finalists Face Questions At Public Forum

    The City of Duluth hosted a community forum for the final two Duluth Police Chief candidates Thursday night. The finalists, Mike Tusken and Brian Kozak, met with over 100 Duluthians at Lincoln Park Middle School, answering questions presented by those in attendance and covering topics ranging from Duluth's drug problem to racial profiling.

  • Special Report: Spotting the Scam

    Every year, Americans get scammed by people trying to take their money. The IRS says that thousands have lost millions of dollars. In this special report, we take a look into how the scam works and what you can do to protect you and loved ones. 

  • Former Deputy Sues Itasca County Sheriff

    Former Itasca County Sheriff's Deputy Troy Ugrich filed a federal lawsuit against the sheriff and two others in the department, alleging he felt forced to resign in January. Ugrich alleges he was "singled-out and targeted." 

  • WLSSD Requests State Dollars for Wastewater Updates

    Governor Mark Dayton's bonding proposal includes a fund that could benefit Northland waters. WLSSD was highlighting two projects on Thursday that they're hoping will be funded by an $80 million Wastewater Infrastructure Fund in the governor's proposal. 

  • Dayton Proposes $12.7 for St. Louis River Cleanup

    The St. Louis River estuary continues to be marred by industrial pollution, but Governor Mark Dayton aims to change that in this bonding session. In January, Dayton announced he's intent to make improving water quality one of his highest priorities, and on Thursday, state officials were in Duluth explaining why Dayton is proposing the St. Louis River be one of the state's biggest investments in that effort. 

 
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