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Residents Rid Central Hillside of Needles and Trash

Natives Against Heroin and other groups pickup trash.

DULUTH, Minn.- As the snow melts, it’s revealing some of the effects of the opioid crisis we don’t always see during the winter. Discarded needles. So residents decided to do something about it. The group is called Natives Against Heroin, and a couple dozen people came out to help clean up trash and needles. They don’t want to see anyone…

Time to Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Safely

Throwing away unwanted medicine can be unsafe for the environment and others around you.

DULUTH, Minn.- It’s spring cleaning for your medicine cabinet in Duluth.¬† It’s the medical cabinet clean out event at Western¬†Lake Superior Sanitary District. Community members can drop off inwanted medicine. Officials say for the safety of the environment and other individual its important to dispose of medicine properly. “You open up your chance to have illicit use, somebody diverting them…

Midday Update 12-26-17

Local News and Weather Headlines for Tuesday, December 26, 2017

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