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Listen: West Duluth murder trial begins

Also on today’s episode, David Hogg will speak in Duluth, and developers purchase a downtown building.

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Tuesday, September 20, 2022.

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James Peterson is on trial for the death of Timothy Nelson, a 2019 case that has already resulted in one lengthy prison sentence. The defense claims he was not present for the shooting.

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