Seeking a third term, Emily Larson feels her work as Mayor is reason for reelection.
Challenger Roger Reinert thinks Duluth needs a fresh approach.
But what really separates them?

All this week, WDIO News will get answers to questions on your mind. What vision does each candidate have for our City. What plans do they have and how will they make them happen? We will focus on the Downtown, homelessness, roads, taxes, housing and economic growth.

Justin Liles: Rain coming tonight

It looks as if we are for the rain parade this week. Fog will take over tonight. Heavy dense fog near the big lake is likely. The early morning commute maybe impacted with poor visibilities. By mid-morning fog will start to burn off and we should start to see more clearing, paving the way for some afternoon sun. Many parts of the region will return to the mid-50s and lower 60s.

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Brandon showing Tuesday's planner

Brandon Weatherz: Warmer stretch starts today

Light rain tapers off this morning, then today is mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a passing shower in the afternoon. Highs reach 50s.

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Justin Liles: A chance of snow on the way

High pressure keeps near-zero precipitation chances over all the Northland through early Wednesday morning. An area of low pressure will move north to south along the Minnesota and Dakotas border tonight into Wednesday shifts winds to the east, which further increase through the daytime hours. There is a change if the winds are more easterly that we could see some lake enhancement near the head of the lake, which includes Duluth.

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Local Northlander has heart set on the Olympics

Born with spina bifida, Blake Eaton is working towards competing in the Olympics and making the U.S. Paralympics ski team.

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THE ISSUES: Balancing economic growth & preservation

Duluth’s Mayoral candidates discuss how to balance preservation with economic growth.

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