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Second Degree Murder Charge Filed Against 19-Year-Old from Hibbing

A 19-year-old from Hibbing has been charged with second degree murder in a Virginia courtroom.

Marquardt Named New Deputy Police Chief in Duluth

The Duluth Police Department and Chief Mike Tusken selected and appointed Laura Marquardt to the position of Deputy Police Chief. 

Lake Superior College Hires Former Duluth Mayor

Don Ness has been hired as executive director of Workforce Training and Community Development at Lake Superior College. 

Duluth Dylan Fest

Duluth Dylan Fest Celebrates Hometown Legend

The Duluth Dylan Fest is off to a fun start and today is Bob Dylan's 75th birthday.

Wisconsin Man Who Claimed 10th OWI was Caused by Beer-Battered Fish Fry Sentenced

A Wisconsin man who blamed his beer-battered fish fry after he was pulled over the 10th time for drunken driving is going to prison.

MN Power Enters into Agreement with Company with Mines in Northern Minnesota

Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. announced Tuesday that through its subsidiaries it has entered into multiple agreements with Minnesota Power, a utility division of ALLETE Inc.

1 Victim Speaks Out After 2 Attacks In Superior

Two women are recovering after Superior police say they were attacked in two separate incidents -- and by the same man. That man is Scott, Berndt, 37, of South Range, who is behind bars and waiting formal charges against him. Meanwhile, FOX 21’s Dan Hanger talked with one of the victims who is reminding people to always be aware of your surroundings.

Minnesota Moves From Caucus To Primary

Dayton Signs Law Moving MN to Presidential Primary

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill into law replacing the state's caucus system with a presidential primary.

Jaysen Greenwood remembered

Hibbing Homicide Victim Remembered

Many who knew Greenwood describe him as kind, always putting others before himself, and striving to put a smile on the face of everyone around him.

Click It or Ticket

Northland Officers to Increase Seat Belt Enforcement

The first " Click It Or Ticket" campaign was launched in the 1980's and a lot more people are using seat belts but despite the ongoing safety efforts around 40% of all traffic fatalities in Minnesota over the last five years involves people who were not buckled up. 

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