Wyatt Buckner.

Wyatt Buckner

Digital producer

Wyatt Buckner is a Digital Producer for the Duluth News Tribune, where he has worked since June 2022.

He has a bachelor of arts in communications from the College of St. Scholastica. Wyatt grew up in Duluth and has called the Twin Ports home for over 20 years. He has worked in video production and journalism since 2018.

Send him story tips, feedback or just say hi at wbuckner@duluthnews.com.

More snow is expected to fall in Duluth and the Northland.
For Veterans Day, cadets in the University of Minnesota Duluth Air Force ROTC participated in an annual flag vigil, guarding the flag for 24 hours.
The National Weather Service issued a gale warning until midnight Thursday. A gale is 34-40 knots.
"Discover something new. You'll meet a lot of great people because everyone's in a great mood when they're hunting for junk," said Amy Grillo, a vendor at the Duluth Junk Hunt.
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With no snow on the ground, Blake and Jennifer Freking's Siberian huskies pull an ATV instead of a sled.
Also on today’s episode, Duluth preps for winter.
Digital producer Wyatt Buckner explored the Lutsen Mountains to see the fall colors.
Also on today’s episode, firefighters battle blaze in Central Hillside, and how St. Louis County’s proposed levy would affect your property tax bill.
Check out today’s episode for news from the latest city council meeting as well.
Also on today’s episode, nurses continue striking, and Duluth announces a finalist for a new police chief.