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Council Approves Lake Superior Zoo Funding

Council Approves Lake Superior Zoo Funding

The Duluth City Council approved to give the Lake Superior Zoo a $200,000 subsidy and an extension on their line of credit.

Duluth Treatment Court Receives 975 000 Dollar Grant

Sixth District Treatment Courts Receive Grant

The 975,000 dollar grant runs over three years.

Synthetic Life Research at the University of Minnesota

A University of Minnesota lab is working to use simplified versions of cells to study dangerous diseases in detail, test new drugs or even define life on other planets.

Man-made molecules that mimic cells but aren't alive could be used to study illnesses that kill natural life, according to the Minnesota Daily (

Genetics, cell biology and development assistant professor Kate…

Hunter Finds Minnesota Girl Lost in Field

A pheasant hunter is credited with finding a child with autism after she went missing Saturday, October 22, in central Minnesota for about three hours.

Fatal Rollover Due to Driver Holding Phone, Not Wheel

Wisconsin authorities say a Minnesota woman had both hands on her cellphone and apparently none on her steering wheel when she lost control of her car and sent the vehicle behind her into a deadly rollover.

Rochester Police Chief Praises Officer that Killed Assault Suspect

Rochester Police Chief Roger Peterson is praising one of his officers who shot and killed a domestic assault suspect.

Duluth Wins Financial Award

Two Financial Awards Given to City of Duluth

The City of Duluth Auditor’s Office was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial reporting.

UMD Layoff

Almost 40 UMD Staff Members May Lose Their Jobs

The layoffs will make a 2 million dollar cut to the budget deficit; an annual deficit that used to be more than 9 million dollars.

Political Signs Being Stolen in the Northland

Political Signs Being Stolen in the Northland

With the elections just a few weeks away, more and more voters are getting closer to expressing their support for a candidate. One way to do that is with a political sign. However, many of them are being stolen across the Northland.

Missing Lakeville Family of Four

The Lakeville Police Department is look for assistance in locating a family of four who haven't been seen since Thursday, October 20, 2016.

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