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A haul truck carrying more than 240 tons of taconite ore takes a load to the crusher in the Thunderbird Mine of United Taconite. (2014 file / News Tribune)
Steelworkers, Cliffs reach tentative agreement on labor contract
2 hours 5 min ago
Iron ore concentrate is carried by a conveyer belt in Magnetation's Plant 2 in May 2014. (News Tribune file photo)
Magnetation says it may shut down its remaining Minnesota operations
56 min 35 sec ago
Hermantown’s Callie Hoff (6) and Chisago Lakes Area’s Leah Higgins (3) chase after the ball in a high school girls soccer game on Friday at Corey Veech Field in Hermantown. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Prep girls soccer season preview: Hermantown's Hoff eyes fond farewell
5 min 37 sec ago
A bee collects pollen from a rose blossom on Park Point in Duluth. (2012 file / News Tribune)
Seeking to reverse pollinator decline, Dayton orders limits on pesticide use
2 min 41 sec ago
Vikings impressed with new stadium
9 min 22 sec ago
Keira Faukas (left) and Simone Stark play with large hula hoops during HillFest in 2012. (2012 file / News Tribune)
HillFest street festival set for Sunday in Duluth
2 hours 6 min ago
Cool morning in the Northland
1 hour 51 min ago
Lakehead Harvest Show continues this weekend
1 hour 52 min ago
Nurses at 5 Twin Cities hospitals set Labor Day strike
2 hours 3 min ago
Photo of the Day for August 26, 2016
5 hours 43 min ago
A tractor-trailer travels on Interstate 35 near Barnum. (2012 file / News Tribune)
Federal officials considering speed-limiting device rule for trucks, buses
6 hours 5 min ago
Originally scheduled to receive six Proterra electric buses this summer, the Duluth Transit Authority will now see the extended-range buses sometime in the summer of 2017. Photo provided by Proterra
Duluth's electric buses delayed
August 25, 2016 - 10:00pm
5-year-old recovering after severe farming accident
6 hours 57 min ago
Aerial view of the U.S. Steel Superfund site in Morgan Park (seen at top) shows an area laden with contaminants, many of which will be removed and impounded on site as part of a proposed cleanup effort. (2015 file photo / News Tribune)
Plans explained for cleanup at former US Steel site
August 25, 2016 - 10:14pm
Laborers and finishers puddle freshly poured cement to create the new curling club floor Thursday morning. The men in front are using machine called a vibrous screed to settle the rock and plane the floor. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Duluth Curling Club's floor gets $600,000 improvement
August 25, 2016 - 5:48pm