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The former coaches claimed discrimination because of sexual orientation.
Jackson Pfister's classmates waved flags and painted their faces with his No. 15, wore shirts with his name and set up a memorial to their teammate who died after collapsing during last week's game.
Among the discoveries frustrating construction crews: fuel tanks well below the surface.
Organizers declared year one a success.
Regulators to hold hearings this month on largest private investment in city's history.
Wisconsin, Minnesota among several states that now recognize the holiday.
The chain is looking at a property near Duluth International Airport.
Local, not-so-local talent show their stuff during Catalyst Content event.
The Catalyst Content Festival makes its Duluth debut Wednesday, and organizers expect nearly a thousand creative types will mingle through the weekend, connecting projects with producers and the entertainment industry with the region.
It's the first collection site in the region.
Shannon Miller and the former women's basketball coach and former softball coach at UMD sued the university in federal court in 2015 alleging gender and sexual orientation discrimination and retaliation.
3 women allege gender, sexual orientation bias.
Prosecutors say she lied about another suspect's whereabouts.
More rain could be on the way Friday night into Saturday.
Monaco Air wants the city to help pay for the project.
Matthew James Amiot was booked into the Douglas County Jail Monday night.
No one was injured and the device was removed safely.
Including legal fees, damages and pay and benefits, Miller is set to receive more than $4.3 million.
Three to five inches fell in six hours Monday.
Charges outline a drug deal that turned to robbery and then retaliation.
New research led by the Duluth-based Minnesota Sea Grant is looking to answer that question and study whether sustainable aquaculture is feasible in the Great Lakes region.
The Duluth mansion's natural clay court is one of two left in the state.
Matthew Amiot will likely be spared more jail time.
A nationwide shortage of aircraft mechanics is causing employers to get creative and programs like the one at Lake Superior College to swell.
The Republican governor says public hearings are needed on the proposed copper mine.
Autumn gets especially gray as cool marine air fights off dwindling sunshine, trapping clouds along the lake.
Homeless Duluth man not charged with arson but with felony negligence.
Will absentee ballot trend hit off-year election?
Strike authorization vote came last week after contract talks broke down.
No accelerants found in Duluth synagogue blaze; suspect is ID'd.
A 36-year-old Duluth man was booked into the St. Louis County jail on suspicion of felony arson on Friday afternoon.
Negotiations began in May but have reached an impasse.
He was remembered as a coalition builder.
Firefighters were called to the blaze about 2:20 a.m. at the Adas Israel Synagogue. Fire investigators have yet to give a preliminary indication of how the fire began.
He backs hockey coach's claims of discrimination, but calls damages excessive.
"It saddens me that the District attempted to silence me by threatening me, then suspending me, and now firing me."
Lake Superior water quality is tied to what's left on trails and sidewalks.
City, businesses prepare for the controversial ordinance.
In northeastern Minnesota, there's demand for more than 4,000 child care slots.
A state appeals court shot down a discrimination lawsuit from three former coaches at the University of Minnesota Duluth, though it does not affect the $4.2 million a federal court previously awarded to former women's hockey coach Shannon Miller.
With the move, Duluth joins cities like St. Paul, Hibbing and Grand Marais.
As hospital towers rise, the fortunes of a neighborhood could, too.
And with St. Luke's investments, more than $1B will pour into medical district.
Year three could be the toughest yet.
Temporary closure highlights expedited need for a replacement.
"We don't want students to come here and stay on campus at all times."
The risk of rip currents means folks should "stay out of the water" until at least Saturday morning.
Nearly 11,000 students prepare for classes starting Monday.
The city joins seven others in Wisconsin banning the practice.