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After near-drowning, Lincoln Park teacher pleads for lifeguards in schools
6 min 25 sec ago
MNsure’s largest insurer to drop out of exchange
9 min 8 sec ago
Minnesota commissioner’s Duluth visit focuses on mental health
1 hour 41 min ago
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Former Grand Rapids juvenile corrections officer pleads guilty to sex assault
4 hours 18 min ago
Northland grouse hunter shoots wolf that was threatening his hunting dog
5 hours 42 min ago
Essar Steel Minnesota faces financing woes again
7 hours 48 min ago
The Pine County Sheriff
Authorities searching for Pine County family
3 hours 27 min ago
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Photo of the Day for September 16, 2014
6 hours 50 sec ago
Joseph Scipioni (right), PolyMet Mining chief operating officer, explains how the company would use rod mills, one of which is at right, to crush metal-bearing rock  to small pieces of gravel as part of the process of extracting copper, nickel and other metals from the mine. The mills are part of the old LTV processing plant now owned by PolyMet. (2013 file / News Tribune)
Most PolyMet comments opposed to project, group says
September 15, 2014 - 10:12pm
Kevin Lund of Twin Ports Environmental Construction uses an excavator to topple the chimney and take down the Irving Park Rec Center Monday. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Razing the past: Irving Recreation Center demolished
23 hours 53 min ago
Obama to deploy 3,000 troops as Ebola crisis worsens
8 hours 16 min ago
Mark Dayton
Minnesota governor says Vikings should suspend Adrian Peterson
9 hours 2 min ago
More than 6,000 raptors pass over Hawk Ridge on Monday
14 hours 2 min ago
Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Partly cloudy
5 hours 59 min ago
Surveillance camera image of two suspects who robbed a Hermantown gas station at gunpoint on Sept. 14, 2014. (Image courtesy of Hermantown Police Department)
Police searching for two men who robbed Hermantown gas station at gunpoint
September 15, 2014 - 10:00pm
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