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As of Thursday, snow plow operators have been able to clear 98% of residential streets in Duluth with the goal of finishing alleys by Friday.
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A judge in the federal case against Last Place on Earth owner Jim Carlson has granted a seizure of more than $6 million and numerous properties from Carlson.
4 hrs ago | WDIO
Temperatures were hitting single digits on Thursday so Northlanders were hoping to dig out before the deep freeze set in.
A judge has ruled that Jim Carlson will forfeit over $6 million and multiple pieces of his property, including the Last Place on Earth building.
It seemed to be the storm that never wanted to end. Nearly two feet of snow fell on the Northland, with some areas seeing as much as three feet before it was all said and done.
More than 50 students participated in the Nov. 26 group discussion: "Things Every Doctor Should Know About Mental Illness."
Duluth's improved economy has earned the city a raise in their bond rating from "AA-" to "AA" according to Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
The firm will move from downtown to Canal Park by next spring 2014, Barr said last month.
People across the United States are waking up and shivering, due to a massive cold front pushing down from Canada.
Few vehicles braved the streets of Duluth on Wednesday, but mail carriers pushed through the snowbanks to get mail to neighborhoods across the city.
With more than two feet of snow along the North Shore, and more than a foot and a half here in Duluth and still falling, many Northlanders were flocking to area stores finding ways to dig themselves out.
A steady stream of customers have been calling and stopping in to Discount Tire in Duluth.
Due to extreme weather conditions, beginning at 5:00 p.m., the Duluth Transit Authority will suspend regular-route service and move to Emergency Mainline Service.
"Within the next half-hour I'm supposed to be at work," laughed Lakewood Township resident Tom Snyder as he shoveled a seemingly endless white field that was his driveway Tuesday.
DULUTH, Minn. -- It's the snowstorm that just keeps on giving. The unrelenting storm has spread about 2 feet of snow in northeastern Minnesota continued for a third day Wednesday.
Grand Itasca Clinic and Hospital will face a number of challenges in the coming years, CEO Mike Youso told an audience of Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce members on Monday.