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Predatory offender moves to Lincoln Park
2 min 23 sec ago
Work continues to reopen flood-damaged highways in NW Wisconsin
17 min ago
Police mistook doughnut glaze for meth, says man who was arrested
46 min 38 sec ago
Clerk of Court killed in Sawyer County shooting
2 hours 37 min ago
Members of the 20th Century Women's Club of Duluth, which started in 1898, joined by several women's clubs from the Iron Range, listen to highlights of the club's history presented by Mabel Schauland, a longtime member of the Duluth group. It was the Duluth club's last meeting Tuesday. Bob King /
Duluth women’s group disbands after 118 years of service
20 hours 30 min ago
Les Harrison creates a race car in the sand during the Annual Park Point Sand Modeling Contest on Thursday. “I use to do it for me kids,” he said of the car model. “They sat inside it the whole time.” (Steve Kuchera /
Photo of the Day for July 28, 2016
3 hours 40 min ago
Veteran Sesame Street actor says HBO let three original cast members go
4 hours 23 min ago
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Lakeville mom found guilty of helping hide teen daughters from their father
4 hours 59 min ago
St. Paul’s Summit Avenue reopens after protests outside governor's house
5 hours 13 min ago
Duluth man charged with passing fake $20 bill at Kool-Aid stand
6 hours 24 min ago
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio Wednesday. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
Trump says he was being 'sarcastic' in Russia hack comments
7 hours 38 min ago
Former Minnesota teacher charged with assault
7 hours 41 min ago
Nurses fill the sidewalk during an informational picket at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth Wednesday afternoon. Nurses picketed outside of Essentia today to show their frustration with cutbacks on their health insurance and the ignoring of their proposals for heightened patient and staff safety. (Clint Austin /
Nurses picket outside Essentia over contract negotiations
22 hours 17 min ago
News Tribune reporter Jon Nowacki (left) and his best friend Mike Smith show their admiration for their favorite bands, KISS and Motley Crue, in a Stephen (Minn.) High School Class of ’93 senior picture. While cheesy to look back on today, the photo proved popular, with the wallet prints going quickly. (Photo courtesy of Mike Smith)
Jon Nowacki column: A youth full of music far from Satan
18 hours 30 min ago
Huskies' heartache at home continues
19 hours 19 min ago