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Duluth woman debunks conspiracies, promotes facts on viral Instagram account, CNN, the 'Daily Show'
With plain language and silly accents, Sharon McMahon has become Instagram's civics teacher.
Young Minnesotans find 'calling' leading Line 3 pipeline protests
Enbridge says it's playing by the book as activists dig in on Line 3.
Fond du Lac Band tells outside protesters to respect its sovereignty after bomb scare
No explosives were found after a "suspicious package" prompted an evacuation Friday, and authorities are still investigating the incident.
7 men charged in northern Minnesota sex trafficking ring
Seven men have been arrested and charged in a northern Minnesota human trafficking ring, according to state investigators.
Enbridge pipeline work site near Cloquet evacuated after 'suspicious device' found
An emergency alert went out to large swath of northeastern Minnesota in error.
Bent Paddle cancels Festiversary, even as other Duluth summer events forge ahead
It's the first major cancellation of a summer currently loaded with events.
'Towering ambassador' for Duluth business Joel Labovitz dies at 92
He made Maurices a national retailer, developed hotels and mentored generations of entrepreneurs.
Majority of those working on Enbridge pipeline from outside Minnesota
The goal was to hire 50% in-state workers.
Duluth Entertainment Convention Center seeks more state aid as recovery begins
Revenue at the publicly funded tourism draw dropped $5.8 million in 2020.
South Shore drawing buyers as Duluth-area housing market remains competitive
The median sale price in the Duluth area reached a monthly record of $190,000 in January.
Duluth to close Lester Park Golf Course
The city also plans to renovate its Enger Park course, Duluth's other public golf facility.
Minnesota Power parent eyes return to growth after pandemic hits
A Minnesota Power rate increase request is planned for November.
Delays could derail Iron Range cold case cracked with genealogy databases
Evidence requested from DNA company has not been turned over to defense attorneys yet.
Cold weather, cold water: Lake Superior adding ice fast
The big lake has passed its previously projected
'Cancel your vacation plans': Canada tightens border rules
Northern Minnesota resorts have long awaited looser COVID-related border restrictions, but Canadian officials have not budged even amid pressure from U.S. officials.
Embracing Finnish roots, Duluth business builds rare ice sauna
Owner wants to turn Duluth into sauna capital of North America
Former Hibbing teacher who sent nude photos to minors given probation
Jordan Kochevar pleaded guilty to two felonies in December.
'The house that love built': Duluth's first Ronald McDonald House opens to families
The five-bedroom suite is now available for families with children in local hospitals.
Fishermen rescued from ice on Lake Superior
The Duluth Fire Department used boats on Tuesday to rescue 26 ice anglers.
Minnesota Supreme Court says state can regulate mine waste seeping into groundwater
The court's decision allows MPCA to impose stricter standards at a taconite mine Mountain Iron.
Ice anglers stranded, rescued near Duluth: 'Lake Superior is not forgiving'
Their fishing equipment and beer are still floating up the North Shore, though.
Photos: Wintry beauty on Lake Superior
The sun put on a show over frozen Lake Superior off the coast of Duluth on Monday and Tuesday.
St. Louis County Board settles lawsuit over former Kozy Bar in downtown Duluth
Separate litigation between the city of Duluth and the property's former owner remains ongoing.
St. Louis County prosecutors say deputies justified in fatal shooting
Two deputies shot and killed Estavon Elioff late last year.
Wis. prosecutor accused of recording sexual acts with defendants
The charges against the western Wisconsin prosecutor allege that he was offering leniency to two women in their cases.
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Brooks: Minnesota schools figured out how to play sports without stereotypes; why can't the NFL?
Oct. 26, 2019
Lake Superior ice disappears as fast as it formed
Freighter from 1903 catches fire in Duluth harbor
All eyes on Duluth as Grandma's Marathon becomes one of first big races in COVID era
Duluth's 'offshore to the North Shore' tech firm acquired by Wayzata firm
Flight attendant sues Duluth over pothole she says broke her ankle and foot
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