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People who have information on the incident are asked to call 911 or the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office Investigative Division at 218-336-4350.

SLC Sheriff's Office: Suspect kills self after double homicide


New truck drivers fresh out of school are needed across the Northland

Nov. 8 set as date for Canadians to enter US

Walz activating National Guard to help with COVID response

Chief Master Sgt. Jozef Miketin named Command Chief of 148th

State Patrol investigates fatal Carlton County crash

Minnesota COVID-19 Update Friday

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Friday
Michigan COVID-19 Update Friday
Leader of Cleveland-Cliffs takes home top honors
Bill Clinton recovering from urological infection, aide says

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Local businesses navigating through tough supply shortages
Complaint: Suspect in crime spree told detective he had used meth
Local financial advisor shares expected impact of social security boost
Klobuchar pushing to improve social media platforms
Duluth is first stop on Walz's tour of projects seeking state funding
Northern Lakes Surgery Center unveiled in Moose Lake
A robotic solution to the healthcare worker shortage
"I'm ecstatic:" Canadian neighbors can soon drive into U.S.

Thousands march in Puerto Rico, outraged over power outages

Biden reassures progressives on cuts to spending bill

Bill Clinton recovering from urological infection, aide says

Suicide attack on Shiite mosque in Afghanistan kills 47

Minnesota woman killed in North Dakota construction accident


Gov. Walz bags a bird during Minnesota's pheasant opener

Teens arrested in connection with fatal hit-and-run crash

Worker killed at paper recycling facility in Minneapolis

Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants

New truck drivers fresh out of school are needed across the Northland

Whitmer vetoes more election-related bills

Family of man killed by Minnesota deputies demands new probe

Leader of Cleveland-Cliffs takes home top honors

Women in the Workforce event brings variety of leaders to Hibbing students

Another honor for the Erie Mining History Project team

Prep Sports Extra 10/15: Wisconsin week 9, Minnesota week 7

No. 5 UMD men's hockey suffers loss to No. 3 Michigan in Ice Breaker opener

Team Traditions: Grand Rapids shows love & thanks through Final Lap

Selbitschka, UMD serve up victory over Minot State

Warm coats needed for this year's 'Coats for Kids' drive


Gallery: Walking with Weathers on Good Morning Northland

Jojo is looking for a family who likes walks and snuggles

The DSSO ready to perform in the Twin Ports with new season underway

Babadook the sassy cat is looking for a relaxing home to settle down in

Bowser the friendly dog is ready to find a loving home

Lester River Rendezvous comes to GMN

Touchstone Awards: Mindfulness for caregivers


Stella Maris Academy purchases former Hills facility for new high school campus

Vaccine mandate at Bois Forte takes effect November 1st

Swedish meatballs will be hot and ready at Holy Cross

Minnesota court: Workers' comp can't cover medical marijuana

Duluth is asking for participation in parks survey

US to allow vaccinated Canadians to cross border

States can reserve COVID-19 shots for younger kids next week
New truck drivers fresh out of school are needed across the Northland
Gary Paulsen, celebrated children's author, dies at 82

Competition continues in Duluth's real estate market

The real estate market is on fire. A local realtor offers tips for those looking to buy a home in the bustling industry.


Rescue team member recounts stormy trek off Eagle Mountain trail

A member of Cook County Search and Rescue recounted Sunday's rescue on the trail to Eagle Mountain, during which responders had to take shelter from severe storms.


Northland hospitals feeling the strain under latest COVID surge

Minnesota is in the top five states in seeing increases in COVID cases, and our local hospitals are already seeing high volumes due to a variety of issues, including COVID.


Former Indigenous boarding school structure still stands in Lac du Flambeau

One structure from a painful part of history is still standing in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. It was part of the Lac du Flambeau Boarding School, which was operational from 1895 until 1932.


Biden signs debt limit hike, but December standoff looms

Michigan lawmakers advance measure to end 'tampon tax'

No city officials testifying as part of Wisconsin election subpoenas

Duluth is asking for participation in parks survey

Minnesota halts deer importation, movement within state

Ontario authorities: Poacher shot moose, left it to rot

Wisconsin DNR defies board, reduces fall wolf quota

Duluth's Lakewalk project complete

Deer from farm with wasting disease wind up in Minnesota