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Listen: Glenwood Street roundabout to open Saturday

Duluth intersection to reopen; man pleads guilty to ex’s murder; downtown Duluth business owners learn about curb appeal.

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St. Louis County said the Duluth intersection is expected to open "no later than 5 p.m."

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