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Photo of the Day for September 22, 2014
33 min 41 sec ago
Reward increased in Duluth arson case
38 min 3 sec ago
Police: New Jersey hiker killed by black bear
55 min 14 sec ago
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Police say suspect surrenders in Superior VA clinic vandalism case
1 hour 14 min ago
Police: Gun found in baby’s crib at St. Paul home day care
3 hours 11 min ago
Tom Stoneman of Hibbing drives along U.S. Highway 169 in Hibbing on Wednesday afternoon with his parrot, Maggie, perched on his shoulder. (Bob King /
Blink: A weekly slice of life in the Northland
3 hours 22 min ago
Hawk Ridge reports another big day of raptors
5 hours 28 min ago
Two injured in rollover crash near Floodwood
5 hours 29 min ago
Wellness screening offers draw complaints
1 hour 7 min ago
Nolan’s record could work for, against him
20 hours 30 min ago
Duluth's Stowe Elementary School closed due to water main break
11 hours 12 min ago
Kristin Gibbs and Charlie Danielson have turned an old gravel pit filled with pine trees into a permaculture farm on two acres in Normanna Township north of Duluth. They perform “lazy farming,” letting fungi do the work of breaking down organic material and animals to till the soils with contraptions like a portable chicken house. All the while, they let natural plants intertwine for a unique food plot. (Clint Austin /
Rural Duluth farmer implements sustainable methods
September 21, 2014 - 9:18am
New Orleans Saints middle linebacker Curtis Lofton (50) and New Orleans Saints strong safety Kenny Vaccaro (32) tackles Minnesota Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel (16) during the first half of a game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday in New Orleans. Cassel left the game with a broken foot on the play. (Derick E. Hingle / USA TODAY Sports)
Broken Vikings fall to Saints
19 hours 30 min ago
Green Bay Packers running back DuJuan Harris (26) runs the ball during the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on Sunday in Detroit. (Tim Fuller / USA TODAY Sports)
Dominant defense lifts Lions over Packers
19 hours 31 min ago
Brigette Lacquette has returned to the Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey team full-time. (Matt Wellens /
Hopes of UMD women's hockey rest on the blueline
September 20, 2014 - 7:00pm