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Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling
11 min 28 sec ago
WDIO Storm Team
Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A chilly start to the week
16 min 11 sec ago
Growlers filled with beer chill in a refigterator in Fitger’s Brewhouse waiting for any customer seeking beer to go. (2008 file /  News Tribune)
Local breweries happy with Sunday growler sales since law passed
22 min 29 sec ago
Head-on I-35 crash causes injuries, major delays
6 hours 5 min ago
Twin Cities nurses’ strike is over; dispute with Allina is not
2 hours 40 min ago
Richard Becker protests after multiple people were stabbed during a clash between neo-Nazis holding a permitted rally and counter-protestors on Sunday at the state capitol in Sacramento, California, United States, June 26, 2016. REUTERS/Max Whittaker play button
At least 5 injured in stabbings at neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento
3 hours 21 min ago
Iraq takes full control of Fallujah from Islamic State, military says
7 hours 45 min ago
Lauren Esselstrom took this photo of a shelf cloud from Park Point in Duluth shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday as a strong thunderstorm moved into the Twin Ports. (Photo courtesy of Lauren Esselstrom)
Strong storms down trees, leave thousands without power in Northland
13 hours 49 min ago
Dan Neff flameworks a piece of glass at the Lake Superior Art Glass booth at the 46th annual Park Point Art Fair on Sunday. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Photo of the Day for June 26, 2016
8 hours 40 min ago
Sam Cook: Lab experiment: Making room in the heart
23 hours 5 min ago
Nathan Dungan
Financial planner shares advice with online tool
22 hours 5 min ago
Sgt. Neil Dickenson
Ask a Trooper: Laws on vehicle modifications
June 24, 2016 - 10:03am
Beekeeper Les Hiltz has been in the business for 25 years. “If you get into beekeeping, you won’t get out,” he said. “It grows on you. It gets in your blood.” Forum news service
Bemidji man is buzzing right along in the bee business
22 hours 5 min ago
Environmental composer Steve Heitzeg records the sound of sandhill cranes at a marsh in the Belwin Conservancy in Afton. As the summer artist-in-residence at Belwin, Heitzeg is spending three months listening to and recording sounds from nature that may eventually be used in one of his compositions. (Mary Divine / St. Paul Pioneer Press) play button
IT'S A BIRD! IT'S A CRANE! For composer, retreat furnishes nature’s soundtrack
22 hours 5 min ago
Charlie Nelson of Nelson's Guide Service checks a bottom-bouncer before putting out a line Tuesday on the St. Louis River. Nelson was fishing for walleyes with Kurt Walbeck of Outdoor Bound TV. (Sam Cook / scook@duluthnews.com) play button
Outdoor Bound TV spends day with Duluth fishing guide on St. Louis River
23 hours 5 min ago
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