Owners of Last Chance Liquor on East Fourth Street in Duluth are suing the city and their neighbors across the street, Whole Foods Co-op, over damage sustained in last June’s flood.RELATED CONTENT
The market is headed for its first weekly loss in five weeks.
There will be some new faces — and some familiar faces in new places — on KBJR 6, Range 11 and KDLH 3 newscasts in the coming week.RELATED CONTENT
Minnesota’s per-ton tax on taconite iron ore produced in the state will increase a dime this year, and the extra money will be dedicated to help rebuild and retool Iron Range schools.RELATED CONTENT
The mansion at 1730 E. Superior St. in Duluth used by the Human Development Center will be sold next month and become the first non-hospital birthing center in northern Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
Gas prices drop ahead of Memorial Day weekend, remain higher than the U.S. average.RELATED CONTENT
The Duluth Seaway Port Authority is beginning a search for a new executive director. Adolph Ojard, who has filled the position for 10 years, plans to retire later this year.RELATED CONTENT
In the most prominent challenge of its kind, Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is asking a federal appeals court Thursday for an exemption from part of the federal health care law that requires it to offer employees health coverage that includes access to the morning-after pill.
The price of oil fell to near $93 a barrel on Thursday after a survey showed manufacturing activity in China falling to its lowest level in seven months, a sign that the recovery in the world's No. 2 economy is fading.
The reopening of the Radisson hotel in downtown Duluth has been pushed back again, but this time only a few days to June 6.
With a full day to digest and decompress, winners and losers from this year’s session of the Minnesota Legislature are becoming clearer.
A Duluth City Council member is working on new ordinances that would regulate businesses that sell synthetic drugs while punishing people who consume them.RELATED CONTENT
Several filmmakers and musicians will be jailed June 1 during the Duluth Superior Film Festival. That’s what Grant Carlson is banking on.RELATED CONTENT
Unemployment rates continued to fall in Duluth and throughout much of Northeastern Minnesota in April as the number of jobs grew and fewer people collected unemployment.RELATED CONTENT
This Eh? desker’s not eligible, but nominations are being accepted for the News Tribune’s annual 20 Under 40 awards, which recognize 20 individuals who are successful in their chosen fields, role models and demonstrate leadership in business or the community.RELATED CONTENT