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MORNING UPDATE: Duluth lifesaver's gold medal disappears in theft

Duluth lifesaver's gold medal disappears in theft Paul Halverson was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other military honors, for his bravery while serving two tours in Vietnam from 1966-69, but a peacetime gold medal recently stole...

Duluth lifesaver's gold medal disappears in theft

Paul Halverson was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other military honors, for his bravery while serving two tours in Vietnam from 1966-69, but a peacetime gold medal recently stolen from his Hunters Park home is the precious medal and metal that means the most to him.

Trial delayed for man representing self in Duluth murder case

When St. Louis County prosecutor Nathaniel Stumme responded to his opposing counsel's greeting before a hearing Wednesday, he was talking to a man wearing an orange jail jump suit and handcuffs, whom Stumme will attempt to prosecute for murder.

Duluth mail carrier again helps to save a life

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Fate follows Mike Sylvester like a shadow. The mail carrier who was named a "Hero of the Year" by the U.S. Postal Service in 2012 was at it again early Tuesday afternoon when he found Paul Paquette, 76, on his back near the steps of his home on West 10th Street in Lincoln Park.

Duluth's polar bear meets her potential mate

Berlin, Duluth's 23-year-old traveling polar bear, was introduced to her potential mate at the Kansas City Zoo for the first time on Wednesday.

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