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Laughs in Minnesota Senate race not from Franken
In this image made from video provided by the Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate campaign in 2014, McFadden delivers the standard campaign disclosure in a high-pitched voice after taking a punch from a young football player in his first campaign advertisement.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Duluth steam plant takes steps to reduce carbon emissions
About 97 percent of scientists agree that humans are causing climate change, according to a just released climate plan from Minnesota's Environmental Quality Board.
Suspected drug dealer's case heads to jury trial
The suspected drug dealer, who led police on a wild chase over the Blatnik Bridge in late July, was in court today to face charges of fleeing police.
LSC opens new Downtown Duluth campus
PHOTO: LSC President Patrick Johns uses an angle grinder to cut a metal ribbon in a slight departure from a standard ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
Woman arrested in shooting, but man claims wounds to be self-inflicted
Pine County police are investigating a shooting incident in Sturgeon Lake where a man claims multiple gunshot wounds to be self-inflicted, but evaluation of evidence indicates otherwise.
Two Minnesota men accused of committing tax fraud while in prison
Two Minnesota men face federal charges alleging that they and other inmates received more than $400,000 in fraudulent tax returns while serving in a state prison.
Duluth demolishes Chester Bowl Park ski jumps
Minnesota Public Radio News reports the jump is being demolished this week and a smaller jump was torn down Monday in Chester Bowl Park.
Developer eyes Central School for restaurant, brewpub
A West Range development group wants to open a first floor restaurant and brewpub at the Old Central School in Grand Rapids.
USS Duluth Anchor now in City Bearing its Name
As part of Navy Week festivities, the anchor of the decommissioned USS Duluth was brought to its final resting spot in the city bearing its name.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Fire That Damaged Historic House Ruled Arson
Damage to the red sandstone Traphagen House is estimated at over $150,000. It was built in the 1890s and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
All eyes on the sky this weekend for Duluth Air Show
The F-22 Raptors, a U-S Air Force Aircraft, will fly into Duluth for the first time for this weekend's airshow.
Nature Matters: White Pine Tree-union In Duluth
This is a family reunion of sorts. The thing that relates all these people are white pines.
Duluth Firefighters get helping hand with dangerous laundry
"Fires are dirty," said Captain Andy Golz with the Duluth Fire Department. "We're getting soot and char all over our gear and the smoke, it just kind of permeates in your skin, hair and the clothes you're wearing.
Duluth Named Top Coastal College Town
Coastal Living has recently named the city a 'Top Coastal College Town.' Earlier this summer, Duluth was named Outside Magazine 's 'Best Outside Town.'
After fire damages iconic Duluth building, investigators dig in
Police and fire officials are investigating the origin of a fire early Monday morning that caused significant damage to a historic mansion on East Superior Street in Duluth.
Sampson named Duluth Rotary president
Holly Sampson was named president of Duluth Rotary Club 25 for the 2014-2015 year.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Duluth's YWCA Spirit Valley site begings year-long process of going smoke free
The northeastern Minnesota branch of the American Lung Association says there's a growing residential demand in Duluth, and across the state, to go smoke-free in homes and apartment complexes.
Duluth's 4th Street Reduced to Single Lane Tomorrow as County Prepares for Reconstruction
The St. Louis County Public Works Department says that 4th Street in Duluth will be reduced to a single lane from 6th Avenue East to Wallace Avenue beginning Tuesday.
Navy Week Duluth Events Kick Off Monday With Sailors Mulching
Updated: 08/18/2014 6:14 PM Created: 08/18/2014 4:31 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling firstname.lastname@example.org "It's great to be out here with nature and help these beautiful trees," USS Minnesota Chief Steven Williams said.
Officers Share Local Story to Encourage Sober Driving
Updated: 08/18/2014 5:23 PM Created: 08/18/2014 4:35 PM WDIO.com By: Briggs LeSavage email@example.com Heightened DWI enforcement will hit Minnesota roads through September 1 as part of the Toward Zero Deaths initiative, and officers said Monday they hope one young man's story will hit home with local drivers.