Steve Kuchera

Steve Kuchera

Photographer

Steve Kuchera has worked in daily newspapers since 1989 and at the Duluth News Tribune since 1993. He has a master of arts degree in visual communications from the University of Minnesota School of Journalism. You can reach him at skuchera@duluthnews.com.

A small group of fans, friends, and family greet the team a day after losing the national championship game 3-2.
The Hawks brought a state championship trophy back to the Hermantown Arena for the fourth time.
The 300-mile marathon started at Billy's bar in Duluth at 10 a.m. Sunday. Mushers are expected to arrive Tuesday at the finish at Grand Portage Lodge and Casino.
Dozens of snowboarders converged on Central Hillside to do jumps and tricks on obstacles in Cascade Park.
The children gave Santa their Christmas wish lists and received a treat in return.
The surprise Japanese attack 80 years ago killed more than 2,400 Americans and brought the country into World War II. Over the next four years, about 16 million men and women served in the U.S. armed services. More than 400,000 of them were killed in the war, according to the National World War II Memorial. Historians estimate that the war killed from 50 million to more than 70 million people worldwide.
Colder weather allows the Duluth downhill ski area to begin making snow. Spirit Mountain plans some slopes to open starting Thanksgiving weekend.
The weather Thursday relocated, but didn't stop, Duluth's Veterans Day ceremony.
City Council and School Board races are on the ballot.
Shoppers lined up at the Northland's first Costco store as it opened Thursday at 4611 W. Arrowhead Road in Duluth.