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Fargo Police Chief David Todd takes a picture of reconciliation with Amber Hensley, flanked by Somali-American sisters Sarah and Leyla Hassan Thursday, July 27. On Tuesday, Hensley threatened to kill the women and their friend while in the 13th Avenue South Walmart parking lot. Todd said he arranged the meeting to show an example of forgiveness and understanding. Special to The Forum
She was fired for an anti-Muslim tirade toward 3 Somali women. Now, they plan to help her get re-hired
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The U.S. State Department is alerting travelers to Mexico about possible tainted or counterfeit alcohol that could cause sickness and blacking out. (Ellen Creager/Detroit Free Press/TNS)
US warns tourists about tainted alcohol at Mexico resorts after blackouts reported
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Mall of America closes ride after Ohio State Fair accident involving similar attraction
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Police training fund won't bear Castile's name
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Hannabella Li, 7, and her brother Zachray, 5, open their wallets and take out change to pay for glasses of lemonade from the lemonade and cookie stand run by best friends Lyvia Lyons (left) and Alex Balthazor, both 11, in the Woodland neighborhood Thursday. The girls said they plan to save the money from the sales, so they can have it handy when they need it. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Photos: Best friends' lemonade stand in Woodland
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Friday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A nice weekend ahead
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New Emily’s opens in Knife River
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Former ND teacher sentenced for smashing printer with hammer
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Astro Bob blog: David vs. Goliath: Galactic Struggle Leads to Transformation 
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This sample image shows what crews will be able to see through new remote cameras being installed to help monitor winter road conditions. The cameras will provide real time imagery, though will not be recorded. (Photo courtesy of St. Louis County)
St. Louis County adds system to assess far-off roads
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Release of pet goldfish may have killed thousands of carp in southern Minnesota lake
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Jonathan Osthus, a research scientist with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, releases stingless wasps on a black ash tree in Hartley Park on Thursday. The state is releasing more than 5,000 parasitic wasps in Hartley this summer in an attempt to control the invasive emerald ash borer. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.complay button
Tiny stingless wasps released in Hartley Park to slow spread of emerald ash borer
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Blueberry Festival time in Ely
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Library honors longtime supporters
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Woodland Days & Red Run 5K this weekend
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