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Unique Rock Mural Comes to Downtown Duluth

St. Louis County hired a local artist to create a mural made out of pieces of hand-cut steel, and stones donated from area residents.

6th Annual Northland Job Fair

"Tell me about yourself" and "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" were questions asked Wednesday at the 6th annual Northland Job Fair.

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City Reacts to Federal Judge Ruling About Casino Battle

In the wake of a federal judge's decision regarding the legal battle between the city of Duluth and the Fond du Lac Band over the Fond du Luth Casino, many questions remain.

MN State Leaders Propose Free All Day Preschool

MN State Leaders Propose Free, All Day Preschool

Greenhaven Elementary preschoolers are in class for 7 1/2 hours a week but a proposal making its way through the capital could change that.

Point of Rocks Apartment Plan Receives Financial Help

Developers planning to build a 114–unit apartment complex at Point of Rocks, got a financial boost from Duluth.

Babbitt Man Admits to Killing Mom's Boyfriend

A 26-year-old Babbitt man has pleaded guilty to killing his mother's boyfriend.

Bayfield County Authorities Rescue 4 from Spider Lake

On 3–31–15 at approx. 7:00 P.M. Bayfield Co. Communications Center received a 911 call reporting a person, possibly drowning in Spider Lake, Town of Iron River, after falling through the ice.

WI DNA Law Takes Effect

A new state law is taking effect that greatly expands the collection of DNA samples by law enforcement officials.

Experts Concerned About Deer Feeding Bill in Wisconsin

A wildlife expert says a Republican bill aimed at allowing Wisconsin residents to feed deer may have fatal implications for the animals.

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681 Employees of U.S. Steel To Lose Jobs on Iron Range

Not even three weeks after U.S. Steel announced it would be laying off 412 employees at its plant in Keewatin, the company said Tuesday it will be idling production at its second Minnesota plant, Minntac, leaving hundreds more without work.

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