CRIME AND COURTS
A homeless Duluth man allegedly admitted to starting the fire that destroyed the Adas Israel Congregation synagogue last week.
The driver, who is now facing two counts of criminal vehicular homicide, said he didn't realize the river was so deep.
Mike McDonald, of Superior, had his Dodge Charger stolen out from under him at a storage unit around midnight, and later located the vehicle in the Fairmount neighborhood of West Duluth.
The former hockey coach is mulling whether to accept less money or take on a new trial.
Taking a back seat to assets bound for the Arctic Ocean leaves Canadian and U.S. trade agencies sparring over which country can break through for Great Lakes shipping.
The court ordered a temporary stay of a permit to mine and dam safety permits until an oral hearing scheduled Oct. 23.
Wheat, wind turbines helping boost tonnage total while high-water levels present “challenge and opportunity”
Honor the Earth, the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and Friends of the Headwaters argued that they weren't adequately consulted in the planning and approval of the pipeline project.
The News Tribune sits down with University of Minnesota system President Joan Gabel to discuss her vision for the university, the system’s relationship with its nonmetro campuses and why she considers UMD to be a “sweet spot.”
The Duluth branch of the NAACP is backing former Denfeld High School Principal Tonya Sconiers, who was fired from the Duluth school district earlier this summer.
An At Large seat on the board was made vacant after Josh Gorham resigned Sept. 4.
Attorneys for Duluth Edison Charter Schools and the families who are claiming racial discrimination on the part of the district presented arguments to a magistrate judge Monday in U.S. District Court in Duluth.
The land acknowledgment statement, part of a trend in recent years on college and university campuses, is the first campuswide recognition in the University of Minnesota system.
The answers to, as well as the problem of, climate change are stories that must be told, a speaker at a media-focused forum said Monday.
Bayfield County district attorney: 'We’re going to be trying to keep people out of our criminal justice system and, ironically, having an ADA will help do that'
Citing 'a need to stop and reassess,' MnDOT confirms that work at the site has been temporarily stopped and the locks changed out of precaution.
“Parks staff is really excited to begin the collaborative design process for future improvements at Merritt Park,” a city of Duluth statement said.
Clinical trial at the University of Medical Center focuses on a form of the disease diagnosed in 21,000 people annually
After nearly 50 years, Esko Self Serve to close Sept. 20
Two Northland Wendy's restaurants are closed, but will reopen as another fast food chain.
The union also has filed charges of unfair labor practices against the Duluth hospital.
A transformation is starting to take place inside the old 4th Street Market.
The facility opened on Sept. 3, offering care for bone, joint and muscle injuries.
Was part of Duluth Heights once underwater?
Sometimes it’s about more than success in the field.
Small business, flying and spirits make up this week's roundup of business news.
Having enough housing that’s affordable to Duluthians of all income levels and attractive to everyone from first-time buyers to seniors remains one of our city’s biggest barriers.
Numerous local businesses are offering chai-flavored products, as many see the flavor as warm and comforting during cold months.
Anxiety is a cluster of physiological and cognitive symptoms, trouble concentrating and restlessness. But there are many solutions.
In Northwestern Wisconsin lake country, a pizza farm grows as a grassroots, family affair.
Top picks for what's coming up in entertainment this week.
In the Season 2 premiere, the Esko native looks back on his experience as a rookie playing for the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final and shares what his go-to Gordy's order is when he's home for the summer.
It's the second year the back-to-back national championships are slotted No. 1 by the media during the preseason
Rails seniors are college basketball recruits but they also excel on the volleyball court
There's more to the Greyhounds' 265-pound senior than handoffs and tackles