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IN DEPTH

Long-form journalism from the Duluth Media Group.

The city's chief for more than six years discussed the evolution and future of policing in an exit interview with the News Tribune.
Supervised camps could arrive in the city yet this summer.
Many youth players from the war-ravaged country are refugees.
Some changes have scaled back allowable serving sizes and offerings in the state.

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Users have until July 21 to weigh in on plans to pull the bridge away from Hammond Avenue and connect with U.S. Highway 53.
In most of Duluth, the city code doesn't require businesses to provide bike parking. Many do, but it's inconsistent in both quantity and quality.
Ariel Bonkoski teaches beginners how to identify wild edibles as foraging popularity grows.
The lead investigator in the Brian Nelson homicide sat down with the Duluth News Tribune to share never-before-revealed details in hopes of finally cracking the case.
St. Louis County's flood response is moving into “recovery mode."
The icon of musical comedy is playing the DECC on July 11, his first Duluth show in 15 years. Northland fans are more than ready.

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Districts north and south will feature seven seats up for election in November. What are these boards and why are they important?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation is offered at three area clinics, and uses magnetic pulses to activate parts of the brain that are underutilized in people with depressive symptoms. TMS is especially effective for medication-resistant depression.
For those who lived through it, the flooding of 2012 is an event that will be talked about for years.

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