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Socks for Survivors

Golfers brought out their wackiest socks, not as a fashion statement but to raise money for a good cause.

Local Artist Festival uses Mid-19th Century French Expression

At the Port Wing Plein Air Painting Festival artists are not just glancing at this the old jailhouse. 

Minimum Wage

Restaurants Prepare for Minimum Wage Increase

Beginning Saturday August 1, minimum wage employees across Minnesota will see an increase in their paychecks.

New Law Increases the Fine for Texting and Driving in Minnesota

A number of new laws take effect on August 1st in Minnesota.

Police Search for 15-Year-Old in Grand Rapids

The Itasca County Sheriff’s Office is looking for assistance in locating Bali Mariah Seims, 15 of Grand Rapids, MN. 

Suspect in Custody for Murder of Duluth Woman

Duluth Police have arrested a man wanted in connection to a murder that happened in May.

Car Show

Gordy's Hi-Hat Annual Curbside Classic

Thursday night, over 150 people brought out their hot rides to the Gordy's Hi–Hat Curbside Classic, to enjoy some good eats and some sweet–looking cars.

Franken United

Sen. Franken: Mining Layoffs Fueled By 'Unfair Dumping'

Minnesota Sen. Al Franken is calling for tougher penalties on foreign countries who he says are forcing Iron Range miners to be laid off.

Polka Music

Honoring Frank Yankovic, 'America's Polka King'

Thursday, Duluthians honored America's Polka King, Frank Yankovic, as next Tuesday would have been his 100th birthday.

Lack of Rain

Dry Spell Impacting Northland Businesses

Right now, Duluth is running close to four inches below normal for precipitation this year, and that number is affecting many Northlanders, including businesses that are worried their sales could dry up.

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