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Theater review: ‘And Baby Makes Seven’ makes for a fun fantasy
5 min 2 sec ago
News Tribune Attic: A haunted house in Duluth
13 min 59 sec ago
Bill “Boomer” Brown picks crabapples on Park Point on Thursday afternoon. Brown said his wife will make them into applesauce. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Bountiful pickings on Duluth's Park Point
38 min 53 sec ago
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Money restored to Military Funeral Honors program
47 min 11 sec ago
“Black Beach” near Silver Bay soon will be open to the public, if an agreement signed by the city of Silver Bay comes to fruition. (Ken Vogel / Lake County News-Chronicle)
Plans are in the works to open ‘Black Beach’ near Silver Bay
58 min 43 sec ago
"Footsteps in the attic": Readers tell their Twin Ports ghost stories
1 hour 34 min ago
Authorities release more information on Douglas County officer-involved shooting
3 hours 21 min ago
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Lake-effect snow advisory issued for part of NW Wisconsin
34 min 35 sec ago
The key to “Annabelle” was creating a doll that wasn’t outright scary, but had a certain level of creepiness, according to special effects pro Tony Rosen. (Photo submitted by Randi Wherley)
Cloquet native designed doll at heart of horror film ‘Annabelle’
23 hours 3 min ago
Lower oil prices forecast for next two years
1 hour 29 min ago
Minnesota woman charged with neglect, four children removed from filthy home
9 hours 28 min ago
Kaci Hickox (left) and boyfriend Ted Wilbur go for a bike ride in Fort Kent, Maine, on Thursday. Hickox, who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone but has tested negative for the virus, ventured out of her home Thursday, defying a Maine quarantine order and setting up a legal collision with state authorities. Ashley L. Conti / Reuters
Maine nurse defies Ebola quarantine, takes bike ride
10 hours 57 min ago
Two dead, several injured after plane crashes at Kansas airport
11 hours 13 min ago
Goucher set for New York City Marathon return
23 hours 42 min ago
Gordy Soltau calls a San Francisco 49ers-Minnesota Vikings game broadcast at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minn., in 1975. Soltau, a Duluth native who was a star player for the 49ers in the 1950s, died Oct. 26, 2014 at age 89. (Charles Curtis / News Tribune file photo)
Duluth native, San Francisco 49ers great Gordy Soltau dies at age 89
October 29, 2014 - 1:43pm
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