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The Duluth School Board participated in a superintendent search workshop offered by the Minnesota School Board Association. It offered guidance in starting the process for the school district.

Duluth School Board Meets for Superintendent Search Workshop


Garden Party Grows for Edgewood Vista Residents

UMD Remembers World-Renowned Architect

Duluth Woman Charged After Allegedly Hitting Boy on Bike

Groups Ask AG's Office to Investigate PolyMet

Franken Says He 'Absolutely' Regrets Resigning from Senate

County Attorney Rubin Part of Working Group on Deadly Force

Thursday on GMN: Hidden Gem

Gooseberry Falls State Park is one of the North Shore's busiest attractions, but most don't make the trip to it's little-known treasure. Join Brandon Weathers as he hits the trail in search of the Fifth Falls. Thursday on Good Morning Northland.


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UPDATE: Name Released of Man Killed after Tractor Falls in Pond

Wis. DNR Asks Wastewater Plants to Test for PFAS Contamination

Honor the Earth Holds Festival to Raise Money for "Indigenous Environmental Justice"

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Celebrating the Big Lake on Barker's Island
Day Two of Duluth Airshow Brings in People From All Across the Country
Angler's Body Found in Boat Washed Ashore on Mille Lacs Lake
On 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing, UWS Hopes to Inspire Next Generation
Decades-Old Ashland Dock Now Has New Life
17-Year-Old Injured After Being Thrown from Tube on Whiteface Reservoir
Duluth Airshow: Educating on Aviation Careers
Suspect in Custody For Superior Hit-and-Run Incident
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Trump Announces Deal on Budget, Debt Ceiling

Audit: Hospitals Put Native Americans at Risk with Opioids

Trump Denies CIA Link to Iran Spy Claim

US Slaps Chinese Firm for Importing Iranian Oil

7-Year-Old Drowns During Family Reunion in Michigan


Minnesota Prisons Resort to Video for Psychiatric Care

Minnesota Deputy Indicted in 2018 Fatal Shooting

Weather Runs Gamut for Port Huron to Mackinac Sailboat Race

St. Cloud Police Investigate Shooting Death of 24-year-old

Pedestrian Who Darted into Apple Valley Traffic Dies

Severe Storms Knock out Power to Thousands in Michigan

Motorist Killed in 3-vehicle Crash Involving Police Car

Twin Metals: No Tailings Dam Planned

US to Apply Tariffs to Mexican, Chinese Steel Imports

Minnesota Court Orders Hearing on PolyMet Permit

Brewers All-Star Woodruff Could Miss 6 Weeks

Vikings Sign Rookie LS, who has 2 Years of Air Force Service

Lakers Claim Kostas Antetokounmpo Off Waivers From Dallas

Jets Ink Two-Year Deal with Former Bulldog Neal Pionk

11-year-old Raising Money for Cancer Research


Water is Life Festival Happening Sunday

Animal Allies: Brody

Large Lakes Observatory Celebrating 25-year Milestone

UW-Superior Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing

Duluth Man Rescued from Whiteface Reservoir

Thomas, Big Boy Coming to Duluth Depot

Severe Weather Damages Trees, Buildings in Wisconsin


Duluth Police Use Reasonable Use of Force in Arrest of Resisting Subject


Rep. Stauber and Community Leaders Discuss F-35's in 148th Fighter Wing

Top Administrator Resigns from Corrections Department

Environmental Head Announces $2M Program for Great Lakes

Head of the Lakes Fair is Underway

Update on Investigation Involving Hibbing Teacher

Minnesota Prisons Resort to Video for Psychiatric Care
Microsoft Pays $25 million to Settle Corruption Charges
Universal to Release 2 New Films in its 'Halloween' Saga

Blue Angels and Air Force F-35 Performance Preview for Air Show

The Blue Angels and U.S. Air Force F-35 pilots said this year's Duluth Air Show will have you on the edge of your seat. The planes will be flying 700 miles per hour and offer the latest and advanced techonology in the aircraft industry. 


AAR Adds Jobs, Commits to 20 More Years in Duluth

AAR, an aircraft services company, has added 40 new jobs and committed to staying in Duluth for another 20 years. The company has repaired and maintained planes out of a hangar near the Duluth airport since 2012.


Hermantown Unveils Two New Fire Halls

Hermantown city officials were joined with members of the Volunteer Fire Department for the unveiling and open house of two new fire halls in the city. 


Twin Metals: No Tailings Dam Planned

Twin Metals Minnesota made a major announcement about their copper nickel mine near Ely. They plan on using the dry stack method to store leftover rock, eliminating the need for a tailings pond and dam.


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Trump Announces Deal on Budget, Debt Ceiling

Franken Says He 'Absolutely' Regrets Resigning from Senate

Nadler: Mueller Hearing Focus on Trump Wrongdoing Evidence

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West Nile virus Impacting Minnesota Loon Population

Michigan Adopts Deer Hunting Rules to Halt CWD

Sturgeon, America's Forgotten Dinosaurs, Show Signs of Life

Great Lakes Water Levels Continue Surge; 2 Set Records

Wisconsin Regulators Propose Mandatory Wasting Disease Tests

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