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Iowa polls reveal hunger for political outsiders
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Photo of the Day for August 31, 2015
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Motorcycle deaths top 2014 total on Minnesota roads
1 hour 11 min ago
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William Holisky
Duluth homicide case pushed back to November
1 hour 14 min ago
Jonathan Michael Loun
Pine County man charged with killing 3-year-old boy
2 hours 14 min ago
Bayfield County boy dies after being run over by trailer
7 hours 5 min ago
Steelworkers will stay on job as contract talks continue
8 hours 23 min ago
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Rick Hedtke got a bite while fishing off one of McQuoid's Inn's guided fishing boats Aug. 4 on Lake Mille Lacs. · Matthew Hintz for MPR News
'Empty lake': Struggling Mille Lacs resorts hope for winter walleye
4 hours 44 min ago
U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he leaves after welcoming the WNBA Champions Phoenix Mercury to the East Room of the White House in Washington, August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Obama to appear on Bear Grylls TV show
5 hours 6 min ago
Michael Daufelt
Man sentenced for Virginia beating death
5 hours 48 min ago
Duluth police investigating robbery at Kwik Trip
5 hours 54 min ago
House explodes near Eveleth; no injuries reported
13 hours 36 min ago
Alaska's Mount McKinley is shown in this January 2011 photo provided by the National Park Service. President Barack Obama on Monday will officially restore Denali as the name of North America's tallest mountain, ending a 40-year battle over what to call the peak. REUTERS/National Park Service/Tim Rains
Obama changing name of Alaska's Mount McKinley to Denali
22 hours 10 min ago
Banu Oney and Peter Saggers are at the Spirit Lake Marina in Duluth. They have sailed from from Turkey, crossing the Mediterranean, the Atlantic and the canals of the Great Lakes to reach Lake Superior. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Couple’s journey of love and adventure leads them to dock in Duluth
August 29, 2015 - 11:00pm
Duluth’s Blake Yorde (right) helps fishing client Jun Ito show off a 47½-inch king salmon caught on the Klutina River in Alaska, where Yorde guides during the summer. (Photo courtesy of Blake Yorde)
Duluth’s Blake Yorde guides anglers to big salmon and trout in Alaska
August 29, 2015 - 10:30pm
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