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Man charged in Duluth homicide
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Can stenciled hotline numbers on bridges prevent suicides?
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International Falls mayor seeks to join lawsuit against city
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SAM COOK COLUMN: On the rocks: An evening at Stoney Point
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Duluth Huskies
Huskies entertain historic crowd at Wade Stadium in win
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Minnesota’s new minimum wage starts Saturday
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WDIO weather team
Friday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Pattern not changing much
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Theater review: ‘Avenue Q’ a little dated, but it still entertains
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Twins snap four-game skid, top Mariners
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Minnesota sees increase in teen vaccination rates
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Vikings' offensive line in recovery mode
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Man hospitalized after fight in Morgan Park
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Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst (C) waits to appear in Hwange magistrates court, July 29, 2015. Bronkhorst arrived in court on Wednesday facing charges of poaching. American hunter Walter James Palmer has also been accused by wildlife officials of killing Cecil without a permit. Palmer, who has left Zimbabwe, says he killed the lion on July 1 but believed it was a legal hunt. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
Minnesota dentist avoiding investigators in lion killing
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Firefighters tend to a dog that suffered from smoke inhalation in a fire at 522 Eighth St. S. in Virginia Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Peter Makowski / Northland Fire Wire / nlfirewire.com)
Fire damages Virginia home
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A woman hangs a sign on the front entrance of the River Bluff Dental clinic during a protest against the killing a famous lion in Zimbabwe, in Bloomington, Minnesota July 29, 2015. As of Tuesday, Walter Palmer had temporarily closed his office, River Bluff Dental, in Bloomington, Minnesota, amid wishes for his death and widespread criticism of his hunting on social media and under business reviews on Google and Yelp. REUTERS/Eric Miller
Why the death of a lion ran wild on the Internet
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