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Dangerous flooding in Fredenburg Township

Preparations beyond disasters

Congdon Park Elementary hosts “Bike Rodeo”

St. Louis County homelessness increases 20% compared to five years ago

Lake Superior College holds first in-person commencement since the start of pandemic

Enjoying events inside and outdoors while being safe

Paddleboarders rescued almost 100 yards offshore in Lake Superior

The availability of C-T contrast dye is tightening up

Festival of Nordic Music begins in Duluth

Appreciation for those that serve and protect

Rental prices and eviction filings are on the rise

Proctor Fire Department demonstrates new ladder truck

Superior Street Reconstruction Project wins Paving Award

Grandma's Marathon nearing full-capacity

Twin Ports prepares for cruise ships
20th annual Circle of Friends Arts & Culture Awards
Community discusses Morris Thomas Road reconstruction
Celebrating Mother's Day through bonding and crafting
Additional details released in police situation on East 1st Street
It's Graduation Day for The University of Minnesota at Duluth
Minnesota State officers will help Minneapolis officers with policing
Daunte Wright's mother was detained after recording a traffic stop
Expansion is underway at Hartley Nature Center
Learning how to manage covid-19 in the classrooms
Homemade for Homegrown: Tim Kaiser's tinkering
Loaded gun confiscated from Duluth student, student taken into custody
Individual stabbed Friday morning in Downtown Duluth

Individual stabbed Friday morning in Downtown Duluth

Lightning strike disrupts Split Rock Lighthouse operations
Out of hibernation: tips to avoid bear encounters
North Shore waterfalls are roaring back in action
Moose population holding steady, says DNR
Cass Lake stabbing arrest

Death investigation results in arrest

Amir Locke's cousin pleads guilty to murder prompting raid
Wild fox in Minnesota tests positive for highly contagious avian influenza
Governor Walz: Minnesota’s economy remains strong
Minnesota State Patrol fully-equipped with body cameras