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A networking event was held on Wednesday night to introduce some of the Catalyst Content Festival's executive producers from Los Angeles to local producers, actors, and actresses.

Networking Event Introduces Local Talent to National Producers


Duluth Now Has Maternity Home For Pregnant, Homeless Women

Yoga for Runners Connects Body and Spirit

Longtime Grandma's Marathon Volunteer From Georgia Enjoys Helping with Event

Meeting Thursday about Rainbow Family Gathering

Law Enforcement Torch Run Passes Through Duluth

U.S. Steel Idling Blast Furnaces

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Leaked Email Raises New Questions about PolyMet Water Permit

Great Lakes States, Provinces Team Up on Invasive Species

Superior Council Draws Cards to Elect President, Paine Vetoes Censure

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Filing Closes for Duluth City Races with 25 Candidates for 6 Positions
New Shovel at Minntac Represents Investment in Future
Henry Banks Announces Candidacy For Duluth City Council
Minnetonka Man Begins Running at 63; to Run Second Grandma's Marathon
Walz Criticizes DFL Official for 'Murder Boat' Remark
Tower City Council Votes to Suspend City Clerk with Pay
Wisconsin Assembly Passes Bills to Combat Homelessness
Drug Step Therapy Proposal Headed to Evers
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Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady

Survey Sees Biggest US Honeybee Winter Die-Off Yet

AP Investigation: Many US Jails Fail to Stop Inmate Suicides

40 Evacuated after Attack on Iraq Exxon Site

2 Dead in Semi Explosion on I-94 in Wisconsin


Minnesota Hemp Farmer Charged with Selling Drugs

Minnesota Farmer Apparently Trampled to Death by Livestock

Shooting Victim Rescued by Uber Driver near Stillwater

Skating Coach Pleads Guilty to Sexually Abusing Student

Milwaukee Police: Person in Custody after Boy Fatally Shot

Michigan Prisoners Placed in Segregation over Facebook Page

2 Off-Duty Officers Killed in Separate Wisconsin Incidents

U.S. Steel Idling Blast Furnaces

New Shovel at Minntac Represents Investment in Future

Inspector General to Audit EPA's Review of PolyMet Permit

Rodríguez, Red Sox Recover From 17-Inning Loss, Beat Twins

Up North: Over 1,000 Straight Days Of Running For Duluth's Kyle Sather

Wild's Jason Zucker Wins King Clancy Award

Turning Pro! Duluth Native Amy Lemenager Signs First Pro Boxing Contract

Rubber Chicken Theater Aiming to Excite Audiences with "Carrie: The Musical"


Life Coach: Socializing at Parties

Animal Allies: Boe is Thrice as Nice!

Local Opera Providing Example of 'True Love' in Latest Production

UWS Celebrating 125th Anniversary With the Community

Amber Alert Update: Children Found, Man in Custody

Ram Pickups Recalled Because Air Bags May not Work in Crash

Conway Carries On: Deceased Runner Receives Ambassador Award


Rep. Stauber Meets with Officials to Discuss Opioid Crisis, Rural Healthcare

Family of World War II Veteran Presented High Honor

US to Send More Troops to Middle East

National Gathering in Twin Ports on Philanthropy's Role in Disaster Recovery

New Stainless Steel Sculpture Installed at UMD

Walz to Hand Over Power during Knee Surgery

Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year
Facebook to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency
Prince Harry Promotes Late Mother's Cause: Angola Land Mines

20-Year Sentence for Unintentional Murder of Park Point Man

A Duluth man faced his fate in court on Monday, and received a 20-year prison sentence for murder. Darrel Mayhew caused the death of a Park Point man earlier this year during a robbery.


Last Week Before Grandma's Marathon for Runners

This is the last week runners prepare for Grandma's Marathon. Months of training go into preparing for race day so taking it a little easier on the last week before the marathon is what experts say is key to be in the best shape and avoiding injury.


Superior Marks End of Slavery with Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Twin Ports residents gathered in Superior Sunday for the annual Juneteenth celebration.  The national event marks the end of slavery in the United States. 


2 U of M Wrestlers Released Without Charges

Two University of Minnesota wrestlers who were arrested on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct have been released from jail without charges.


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Republican Wis. Senator Vows to Vote Against GOP-Crafted Budget

Anti-Abortion Ballot Drives to Start Soon in Michigan

Walz Criticizes DFL Official for 'Murder Boat' Remark

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Wisconsin Spring Turkey Harvest Similar to Last Year

Michigan Crews to Conduct Fishery Research in Great Lakes

Ontario Updating CWD Plan as Cases Draw Closer

With a Promise of the Future, Hermantown Man Begins 310-Mile Journey on Superior Hiking Trail

Wolves Attack Chocolate Lab in Woods Near Observation Road

Grizzly Bears Push into Lowland Areas as Legal Fight Drags

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