The office alleges that Praying Pelican Missions, which plans and leads international mission trips, misused funds by supporting Pelican Coffee.

Man dies in West Duluth shooting

Police did not comment Sunday on whether the death is considered a homicide, or if an arrest has been made or a suspect is being sought.

Number of homeless households in Duluth jumps

Last Nov. 1, 894 households were on the list. Now, it's 1,125.

2 still hospitalized in Grand Avenue crash; police release additional details

Duluth police outlined the sequence of events that led to a high-speed crash on Grand Avenue.

Jordon Moses talks about events planned to remember Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie next year. The three black men – wrongly accused of raping a white woman – were lynched in downtown Duluth on June 15, 1920. Moses, who founded Blackbird Revolt, is organizing several months' worth of events for the 100th anniversary of the lynchings. One goal is to have 10,000 people attend June 15th’s Day of Remembrance. That would equal the estimated size of the lynch mob that murdered the three men. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Jordon Moses talks about events planned to remember Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie next year. The three black men – wrongly accused of raping a white woman – were lynched in downtown Duluth on June 15, 1920. Moses, who founded Blackbird Revolt, is organizing several months' worth of events for the 100th anniversary of the lynchings. One goal is to have 10,000 people attend June 15th’s Day of Remembrance. That would equal the estimated size of the lynch mob that murdered the three men. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

'Pinnacle' planned for Clayton Jackson McGhie 100th

Commemoration events throughout 2020 will conclude with a planned 10,000-person rally at the downtown Duluth memorial on the 100th anniversary of the 1920 lynchings.

Nurses, St. Luke's reach overnight accord

If ratified, the contract agreement would end the threat of a one-day strike scheduled for Oct. 3.

With creation of sustainability officer, Duluth mayor hopes to accelerate climate goals

The position would build on and work with an energy plan commission created earlier this year tasked with keeping the city on its goal of reducing the amount of carbon dioxide it generates by 80% by 2050.

Duluth veterans cemetery dedicated

"Our responsibility here is till the end of time," Gov. Tim Walz told a crowd Saturday. "As long as this nation is on the earth, we will stand and protect this hallowed ground."

The Superior/Douglas County Dive Rescue Team runs a training exercise from the pier on Barker's Island on Monday, Sept. 16. The group first recovered evidence for an active case, then trained. (Jed Carlson / jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)
The Superior/Douglas County Dive Rescue Team runs a training exercise from the pier on Barker's Island on Monday, Sept. 16. The group first recovered evidence for an active case, then trained. (Jed Carlson / jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)

Officers, firefighters dive into training

When funding dried up, so did Superior's dive team. Now they're back in the water.

DIY sex-assault exam kits draw concerns

The Minnesota Office of Higher Education is sounding an alarm after learning that a company that makes self-administered sexual-assault examination kits is marketing those kits to colleges and universities.

New Superior business is for the dogs

All Natural Canines provides chemical-free pet grooming.

Medicare needs surgery, Minnesota docs told

Access to health care occupies medical professionals' two-day conference in Duluth

International Falls mayor dies

Bob Anderson, 77, had been mayor since 2013 after serving a previous term in the 1980s. His death was unexpected, the city's administrator said.

Youth strike for action on climate change

A couple hundred people, many of them students, gathered by City Hall holding signs and chanting that climate change is real.

Volunteer Greg Cleary uses a small saw to cut down a large buckthorn tree at Hawk Ridge on Sept. 7, 2019. Cleary makes sure trees he cuts don't obstruct any trails. (Tyler Schank / tschank@duluthnews.com)
Volunteer Greg Cleary uses a small saw to cut down a large buckthorn tree at Hawk Ridge on Sept. 7, 2019. Cleary makes sure trees he cuts don't obstruct any trails. (Tyler Schank / tschank@duluthnews.com)

The buckthorn stops here: Duluth volunteer tackles invasive species

Greg Cleary is a volunteer with the Duluth Invaders R2ED team. They aim to educate, eradicate and restore land from the impacts of invasive plants such as wild parsnip, exotic honeysuckle and the main issue, buckthorns.

Children re-spark artist's imagination

Shari Bradt's MODplayhouse toys are a home-based, family affair.

Theater review: ‘Smokey Joe’s Cafe’ musical revue creates concert-like atmosphere

Audience members will get to double figures on how many of these songs they remember.

In a region dominated by walleye, BWCAW guide specializes in trout

Guide Lonnie Johnson specializes in BWCAW's Trout Lake, accessible with motorboats across a motorized portage.

Chester Bowl Fall Fest celebrates the season

The festival has become a large part of the community’s and vendors’ lives for more than three decades.

Gen. Joe Votel speaks with UMD Air Force ROTC cadets Friday at Montague Hall before his talk with the football team. (Tyler Schank / tschank@duluthnews.com)
Gen. Joe Votel speaks with UMD Air Force ROTC cadets Friday at Montague Hall before his talk with the football team. (Tyler Schank / tschank@duluthnews.com)

College football: General leads the charge

Retired four-star general Joe Votel was UMD football’s special guest as part of Military Appreciation Weekend

Prep football: Cheery days at Cherry

Three years after the program was cancelled, the Tigers are back under Friday night lights.

College men's hockey: Bulldogs are all smiles heading into 2019-20 after back-to-back titles

The same couldn't be said for St. Cloud State, Denver and Western Michigan on Thursday at NCHC Media Day after the schools faced tough questions about the ends to their 2018-19 seasons

College women's hockey: Bulldogs' Rogge out for season with knee injury

This marks the third time in five seasons that UMD has lost a player during the preseason due to a knee injury.

College football: UMD holds off St. Cloud State in physical 'Battle of the Bone'

No. 13 Bulldogs force three turnovers in a 20-14 win over Huskies.

Nowacki: Vikings defense puts clamps on Raiders

Current squad dominant on day honoring 'Purple People Eaters'-era Vikings