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The Tower City Council reportedly voted on Monday night to place City Clerk Linda Keith on paid administrative suspension while a

Tower City Council Votes to Suspend City Clerk with Pay


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

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Walz to Hand Over Power during Knee Surgery

20-Year Sentence for Unintentional Murder of Park Point Man

Last Week Before Grandma's Marathon for Runners

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Superior Marks End of Slavery with Annual Juneteenth Celebration
U of M Wrestlers Suspected of Criminal Sexual Conduct
Body Recovered from Anoka Co. Lake after Search for Missing Swimmer
Father Dies Trying to Rescue His Toddler From Minnesota Lake
Warning Issued for Dangerous Swimming Conditions in Park Point Beaches
Cameras at Minnesota Sentencings Pull Back Curtain on Courts
What to Watch as Wis. GOP's Revised Budget Moves Ahead
Fourth Family Joins Lawsuit Against Duluth Edison Charter Schools
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US to Send More Troops to Middle East

Police: 4 Shot at Raptors Rally in Toronto

Fire Triggers Pollution Concerns at US Steel Coke Plant

Egypt TV Says Ousted President Morsi Dies in Court

Overflowing Great Lakes Threaten Piping Plover


Boy, 5, Dies after Being Left at Kenosha Hospital with Gunshot Wound

Enbridge to Begin Rock, Soil Sampling in Straits of Mackinac

U of M Wrestlers Suspected of Criminal Sexual Conduct

Rain Leaves Veggie Farmers Struggling with No Aid in Sight

Madison Police Investigate Death of Woman Pulled from Pond

Body Recovered from Anoka Co. Lake after Search for Missing Swimmer

Father Dies Trying to Rescue His Toddler From Minnesota Lake

Inspector General to Audit EPA's Review of PolyMet Permit

Documents: EPA Officials Concluded PolyMet Draft Permit Would Violate Federal Law

ArcelorMittal: Innovating For Impact

Porcello Pitches Red Sox Past Twins 2-0 with 7 Scoreless

Report: Ex-UMD Goalie Hunter Miska To Be Unrestricted Free Agent

Rangers Acquire Trouba from Jets for Pionk, 1st Round Pick

Over 200 Elite Athletes to Compete in Grandma's Races Saturday

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

"Lost Forest Festival" Aiming to Restore Northland Beauty

Historic Bell on Display at Duluth Depot


Raising Awareness on Huntington's Disease in Duluth

Nice Weather Brings Thousands to Land of the Loon Festival

Duluth Duplex Sustains Estimated $30,000 of Damage in Fire

Target's Tech Trouble Clogs Stores with Long Checkout Lines

Walz To Release More Daily Details, but Not Full Calendar

Grandma's Marathon Offering Bike Valet Service

New York Ends Religious Exemptions to Vaccine Mandates
Target to Offer Same-day Delivery For $9.99 Per Order
Prince Harry Promotes Late Mother's Cause: Angola Land Mines

Duluthian Paddling to Arctic Ocean

Jared Munch will be setting out Saturday for the southernmost tip of the Arctic Ocean on his standing paddle board.


Community Reflects on 1920 Duluth Lynchings on Day of Remembrance

A dark day in Duluth's history was remembered Friday nearly a century later. On the 2019 Day of  Remembrance, the 1920 Duluth Lynchings are still a very difficult memory for many community members, but one they say is causing continued growth.


Duluth Construction Company Honored for Supporting Veterans

The Duluth Honor Guard presented Kraus-Anderson with a special plaque Friday as a token of their appreciation for the company's donations and contribution to monument projects.


Gowns of Glensheen Exhibit Now Open

A new exhibit at Glensheen is putting the extravagant gowns of the Congdon women on display for the first time.


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Walz to Hand Over Power during Knee Surgery

Evers Signals Opposition to Car Registration Fees

Lawmakers Seek Change in Wis. Teacher Loan Program

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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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