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The Virginia sailor who died at Pearl Harbor was remembered fondly during a full military honors funeral in Virginia Saturday. Dante Tini's life was cut short, but his family didn't have closure, until now.

Sailor Laid to Rest: Dante Tini's Final Journey

Fire Damages Garage in Duluth Township

Bob Dylan Revue Holds Reunion Concert

Pro-choice Activists Hold Rally in Duluth

Special Session Wraps Up Early Saturday

Duluth Group Gives Away Free Reusable Bags

Northern Minnesota Mom Gives Kidney to Volunteer Firefighter

Superior Lab Works on Ending Invasive Species in Great Lakes

Great Lakes Colder Than Normal over Holiday Weekend

Klobuchar Releases Plan to Help US Farmers

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Patterson Gets Maximum Sentence in Closs Killing, Kidnapping
Students Show Fine Art at Annual Great Lakes Academy Exhibition
MnDOT: Plan Ahead for Memorial Day Weekend Commute
YMCA Teaches Superior Students Water Safety Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend
Decades Later, Dante Tini is Home Again
Two Men Found Guilty for Murder of Shane Cadotte
UK Leader Theresa May to Step Down in June
Denfeld Class of 2019 Awarded $5.4 Million in Scholarships
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Grizzly Bears Push into Lowland Areas as Legal Fight Drags

Mayor Says 2 Dead after Likely Oklahoma Tornado

Fighter Pilots Saw Small Plane Crash off Florida Coast

'A Great Day' of Golf, Sumo in Japan for Trump

Minn. Landlord Accused of Offering Cheap Rent for Sex Pays Claim

Wrong-Way Crash near Detroit Kills 3, Including Child

Police: Person Drowns after Falling Off Boat in Lake Erie

Tornado Touches Down near Iowa City

Nebraska Fire Marshal Says Lightning Caused Massive Fire

Judge: Anheuser-Busch Must Revise Ads Called 'Misleading'

Fort Snelling State Park to Stay Closed through June

Army Corps Approves $778M Plan to Block Invasive Carp from Great Lakes

Duluth-Superior Port Earns Pacesetter Award

Rep. McCollum Pushes for Renewed Mining Study

US, Canada to Lift Steel Tariffs

Leonard Scores 27, Raptors Advance to First NBA Finals

Rookie Collier Scores 27, Lynx Drop Sky 89-71 in Opener

Romain Métanire Scores, Minnesota United Beat Dynamo 1-0

Gophers Softball Team Advances to Women's College World Series for First Time

Heritage Center Celebrating End of School Year with Free Skate

Animal Allies: Is Third Time the Charm for Olive?

Bong Historical Center Planning Fun Memorial Day Weekend

Kids and Screen Time

Life Coach: How to Tame Your Inner Critic

Customs Officers Seize Counterfeit Point of Sale Machines

Animal Allies: Caesar

DCI: Man Killed in Ashland Tried to Flee Marshals with Warrant

City of Duluth Priorities Included in Tax Bill Under Review

Ready for Takeoff: American Airlines Launches First Flight Out of Duluth

Two Hibbing Men Charged in Connection with Meth Bust

Pen Pal Update: Setting Off for Sweden

Ashland Residents React to Officer-Involved Shooting Incident

Suspect in Custody for Vandalism in Superior

Kwik Trip Veggie Trays Again Linked to Salmonella
Young Homebuyers Scramble as Prices Rise Faster than Incomes
Stan Lee's Former Manager Arrested on Elder Abuse Charges

Searchers Find Wreckage of Plane in Lake Michigan, Had Taken Off from UP

Authorities have found the wreckage of a small plane that went missing over Lake Michigan after taking off from Ontonagon. The two men who were aboard, who are from lower Michigan, remain missing.

Deer Chases Man and Dog in Ely

A police officer in Ely saw a deer chasing a man and a dog on Wednesday evening. Now the department is warning folks about does with fawns who may be aggressively protective.

Officials Present Possible Solutions for Bayfront Traffic Congestion

On Wednesday night officials discussed how to better improve traffic flow with a public meeting held at the DECC. The subject of the meeting was a 153 page report outlining potential changes to the Bayfront and Canal Park areas. 

DPD Credits Drop in Repeat Calls to Mental Health Unit

The Duluth Police Department has credited a 31% drop in repeat calls to the establishment of a mental health unit. Two police officers and two licensed social workers are dedicated to following up and helping people who may be mentally ill. 

Klobuchar Releases Plan to Help US Farmers

Special Session Wraps Up Early Saturday

Trump Asks Citizenship and Immigration Services Head to Quit

Grizzly Bears Push into Lowland Areas as Legal Fight Drags

US Attorneys Challenge Ruling Blocking Yellowstone Grizzly Hunt

Fort Snelling State Park to Stay Closed through June

DNR Board Makes First Revisions to Bear Plan in 39 Years

Invasive Carp DNA Found in Chicago Area near Lake Michigan

Keeping Your Bike Ready to Ride