More than 25,000 residents are still without power following Thursday morning's storm. One of the areas hit the hardest was Woodland. That's one of the places Minnesota Power says they have extra crews on the ground working to restore power.
The City of Duluth is offering curbside pick up starting on Monday for storm damaged tree debris as another option for clean up. Yard and food waste should be brought to the WLSSD waste drop off site.
The Vikings held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new indoor stadium Friday, and fireworks were shot off after Gov. Mark Dayton did the honors. It was the culmination of 31 months of construction that forced the Vikings to play for two seasons at the University of Minnesota's stadium across town.
Residents in Duluth's Woodland neighborhood, one of the hardest-hit areas in Thursday morning's storm, will be cleaning up the damage through the weekend. Many homes and businesses still have no electricity.
Minnesota Power is asking homeowners to check their service meters. If they have been damaged or are ripped from the home, you need to contact an electrician to have them fixed. This must be done before Minnesota Power can restore service.
The Western Lake Superior Sanitary District is urging residents to use their free Food Waste Drop Sites for spoiled food content from refrigerators and freezers. The WLSSD Yard Waste Compost Site will take some yard waste.
German interior minister Thomas De Maiziere says there is "no indication of any connection to international terrorism" in an attack at a mall in Munich that left nine people daed.
Park officials at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Bayfield report widespread damage to a number of islands. Staff continue to assess the damage and all campers have been accounted for.
St. Louis County Sheriff's office says that 9-1-1 service has been restored in Ely, Tower, Babbitt, Soudan and Winton.