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Max is a timid, but loving cat that will become great friends with whomever adopts him. He can be found at Animal Allies Human Society in Duluth. 

Animal Allies: Max


Cabin Fever Festival Providing Music, Education and Fun

Duluth Playhouse Combining Darkness and Comedy with Sweeney Todd

Teen Injured in Vehicle Rollover in Duluth

UMD Students Excited for Annual Jazz Festival

Gordy's Opening for the Season on March 20

Life Coach: How to Manage Being Overwhelmed

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Harlem Globetrotters Coming Back to Duluth

Animal Allies: Olive

Feds Release Details of Plan to Lift Remaining Gray Wolf Protections

Fiat Chrysler Recalling Nearly 900,000 Vehicles on Emissions

Saint Fennessy 4K Marks Start of "KP Challenge"

Alaskan Native Pete Kaiser Wins Iditarod

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Honda to Recall Around 1M Vehicles with Dangerous Air Bags

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US Olympic Cyclist Catlin Found Dead in Her Home at Age 23

Animal Allies: Patches

St. Louis County Authorities Investigating House Fire

Jury Finds Haywood Guilty for Role After Will Grahek's Murder

A jury has found Xavier Haywood guilty for his role after the murder of UMD student Will Grahek. Haywood is the fifth and final defendant charged in connection with the murder of Will Grahek. The seven women and five men began deliberating at about 6:40 p.m. Thursday. 


Wrenshall Holds Community Meeting on Proposed Referendum

Wrenshall School District held the first of two informational meetings Thursday night as they seek voter approval for a $14.4 million referendum. The school board estimates an increase of $288 a year for a homestead valued at $150,000.


Special Report: Delivering Babies and Blankets

Dr. Erik Bostrom is in the business of delivering babies. But it's the second delivery for his patients, that is making the news!


Update to NRRI Taconite Tailings Pothole Patching

Some of the taconite tailings pothole patching held up well over the winter, and some of it didn't. Now NRRI researchers will work further to fine tune the recipe further.


Grandma Jo Spreads Love and Cuddles in Essentia's NICU

Love and affection are key parts of a baby's development, especially in a place like the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and one lady is providing just that for the many tiny patients in Essentia's. Her name is Grandma Jo.


Minnesotans for a Smoke-Free Generation Keep Working

The smoking rate in northeast Minnesota is higher than anywhere else in the state. But clean air advocates continue to fight big tobacco and the rise of vaping.


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