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Teen accused of sex assault in Moorhead detention center
14 min 33 sec ago
Minnesota DNR: Consider rerouting proposed Sandpiper pipeline
15 min 41 sec ago
Superior’s waterfront hotel project moves forward
17 min 9 sec ago
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Dan Streu of Duluth speaks Friday afternoon during the dedication ceremony for the anchor of the USS Duluth on the Lakewalk. Streu was a Marine aboard the USS Duluth in 1972 when the ship was under enemy fire in Vietnam. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
USS Duluth anchor dedicated on Lakewalk
26 min 14 sec ago
Enbridge pumps up volume of crude oil in pipeline crossing state
28 min 43 sec ago
Black Bear Casino again backs Beargrease sled dog race
30 min 38 sec ago
Eh? Farewell, ski jumps
32 min 6 sec ago
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Eh? Donors provide Habitat for Humanity with new old truck
37 min 6 sec ago
US to impose tariffs on steel imports
1 hour 7 min ago
Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cloudy and chance of scattered showers
54 min 35 sec ago
Rain or shine, the Duluth Airshow goes on
24 min 36 sec ago
North Dakota Teacher of the Year accused of sexual relationship with student
2 hours 49 min ago
"D.C. Snowy" opens its beak shortly before it was released off Winter Street in Superior on April 19, 2014. The snowy owl was reportedly hit by a bus in Washington, D.C. and rehabilitated at the University of Minnesota Raptor Center before it was released. The owl was found dead recently along Interstate 35. (News Tribune file photo)
Snowy owl that charmed Washington and was released in Twin Ports found dead
2 hours 52 min ago
Minnesota man charged with murder after allegedly shoving another man into vehicle's path
3 hours 28 min ago
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