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After taking a possible annexation by Proctor to court earlier this year, a portion of Midway Township will become a part of Duluth.
The owner of the shuddered Twins Bar in Duluth's Central Hillside says he's ready to file suit against the city.
The Duluth city council unanimously voted Monday night to reinstate a half percent sales tax on hotel visits, and food and drinks served at city restaurants and bars.
Hermantown Volunteer firefighters and police responded to a fire just after four on Monday at a group home on Shelby Road.
Leaders say it helps the deaf and hard of hearing community, but it also helps everyone track meetings from home.
A Grand Jury returned an indictment last October charging Scannell with sexual misconduct charges for an alleged inappropriate relationship with a minor.
Mother Nature turned up the heat on Monday as some communities in the Northland hit 90 degrees.
Updated: 07/21/2014 6:14 PM Created: 07/21/2014 4:51 PM WDIO.com By: Briggs LeSavage firstname.lastname@example.org The trial for Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell, who is charged with sexually touching a 17-year old girl, began Monday in the St. Louis County Courthouse in Duluth.
People in the Twin Ports are trying to beat the heat as much of the Northland is under a heat advisory.
That's a Vermilion Iron Range delicacy that's at least a hundred years old. After a century, nobody really remembers if it is a Finnish treat or not, but it still goes by the same recipe.
The Owls Club in Duluth was the epicenter for a fundraiser Sunday that aimed to make the return to normal a reality for one Northlander.
Duluth, Minnesota July 20, 2014: Are the Roman Catholic bishops immoral? Certain moral claims that the bishops advance are immoral .
A 72-year-old man was rescued from a remote swamp in northern St. Louis County on Friday morning, apparently after spending several days in the elements after an all-terrain vehicle accident.
The Steve O'Neil Apartments in Duluth should be ready to serve homeless families by the end of the year, and a group of woodworkers is putting a lot of sweat into crafting beds to make it feel like home.
The Duluth Armory has a rich history, and serves as a reminder of what was the epicenter of Duluth years ago.
This has to do with the Enbridge Company, a Canadian Company who is determined to move oil from places where there is no infrastructure, and is showing its determination in some ways which Northerners may not like.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:38 am
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