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The 17-year-old victim died at a local hospital.
A series of public meetings will be held across the city, including one with the finalists before a selection is made.
From the editorial: "All your body parts depend on it."
From the column: "A starting point is recognizing that racism does exist in law enforcement — not surprisingly, since it is embedded in many institutions in Duluth and elsewhere."

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Further evidence has clarified Monday's incident between protesters and a vehicle attempting to go around them on First Street.
My June 18 morning coffee and reading of the News Tribune resulted in such positive reads.
The Duluth Police Department participated the in statewide event.
The department has already seen 20 incidents involving intentional or accidental gunfire this year, Chief Mike Tusken said.
"Nothing but good" can come from the weekly bonding opportunity with the city's youth, an organizer said.
Free identification labels are available at the Public Safety Building.

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District administrators are working to hammer out a new contract that governs “school resource officers” at Denfeld, East, Ordean East and Lincoln Park.
Mike Tusken announces his retirement at a news conference at the St. Louis County Public Safety Building in Duluth.
It wasn't so long ago that Duluth saw hundreds of applicants for open positions. But now the city is having to offer big pay and benefit boosts to avert critical shortages.

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