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A sign protesting a recent North Carolina law restricting transgender bathroom access is seen in the bathroom stalls at the 21C Museum Hotel in Durham, North Carolina May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
Wisconsin, several others sue over transgender bathroom policy
16 min 28 sec ago
Subsidies for mystery Iron Range siding plant advance in Minnesota Legislature
3 hours 41 min ago
Dylan Bernard Gilbertson
Suspect charged in Iron Range homicide case; victim was stabbed, burned
22 hours 40 min ago
Advocates for paid sick leave press Duluth city leaders
16 hours 19 min ago
Former Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker speaks at the the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Forum in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S. September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Brian C. Frank/File Photo
Wisconsin appeals court grants stay, reinstates right-to-work law
1 hour 5 min ago
Duluth police Lt. Laura Marquardt gestures toward a number of body cameras sitting in a docking station at the Public Safety Building, ready for use, last August. Marquardt has been promoted to deputy chief, assuming command of the department’s investigative and administrative division. (News Tribune file photo)
Marquardt promoted to deputy police chief in Duluth
22 hours 13 min ago
Northern Minnesota sheriff's deputy placed on leave after being accused of 'shooting up' cabin
16 hours 41 min ago
Dayton has doubts on transportation funding
16 hours 40 min ago
Local view: Don’t jeopardize my health to fix health care
17 hours 28 min ago
An aerial view of the Foss Lake fire zone, made available by the U.S. Forest Service on Tuesday.
Wildfire near Ely reported to be 70 percent contained
19 hours 52 min ago
The NCHC's 2016 postseason tournament, which included the Frozen Faceoff and fan fest in March at Target Center in Minneapolis, helped the league finish with a projected surplus for the third consecutive season by generating approximately $1.2 million in revenue. Matt Wellens/
College men's hockey: NCHC's profitable postseason leaves it back in black, in no rush to leave Target Center
20 hours 3 min ago
Former Duluth Mayor Don Ness describes his new position as executive director of Workforce Training and Community Development at Lake Superior College during a press conference at the college Tuesday morning. (Bob King /
Former Duluth Mayor Ness lands job at Lake Superior College
May 24, 2016 - 1:10pm
Walt Roginski, who volunteers at the Lighthouse of Cloquet, an assisted living and memory care facility, serves lunch to Ruth Birhstihl (left) and Gloria Mike. Roginski volunteers seven days a week, often working about 12 hours a day. (Bob King / play button
OUTWORKING THEM ALL: 89-year-old volunteer works seven days a week at Cloquet nursing facility
May 24, 2016 - 1:26am
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Wednesday's forecast for Duluth and the Northland: Much cooler by the lake
21 hours 16 min ago
Photo of the Day for May 24, 2016
May 24, 2016 - 4:32pm