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Coast Guard Cutter Alder welcomes change of command

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The Alder is saying goodbye to Commanding Officer Charter Tschirgi, and welcoming Lieutenant Commander Justin Erdman to the helm.

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One year later, authorities still searching for missing Glidden teen

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Kendra Lamb was 16 when she went missing from her home in Glidden on July 19th, 2017.

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Mercer school district being investigated for test administration and scoring issues Video included

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A Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction spokesperson said they are looking into allegations of test administration and scoring issues. 

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Third trial underway in Lincoln Park murder case

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On Thursday, a Duluth police crime scene investigator, BCA forensic scientist, and Orin Vann, who was seen on security video on the night of the shooting, were called to the stand.

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Study: shipping supports more than 237,000 jobs

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Some of that cargo included iron ore, grain, coal and steel products. 
 

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Duluth rolls out first "fear-free" vet practice

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A Duluth Veterinarian is the *first in Minnesota to be certified as a "fear-free" practice. 

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Margaret Engebretson addresses Russia concerns

Sean Duffy's opponent, Margaret Engebretson,spoke in Superior today.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorses Pete Stauber for Congress

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The U.S. Chamber represents the interests of more than three million business and organizations and supports policies advancing economic growth, and promoting fiscal responsibility.

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World's oldest hockey player turns 97

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Sertich said that his secret to a long life on the ice is staying in shape and keeping friends and family close.

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Sexual harassment allegations made against Nolan's former staffer, according to MinnPost Video included

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A former legislative director for Representative Rick Nolan is accused of multiple instances of sexual harassment. 

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Chisholm City Council to address Kevin Scaia's conviction

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Following a two day trial, a jury found Scaia guilty of 5th degree criminal sexual conduct, a gross misdemeanor, on Wednesday.

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Authorities: man shot by stepfather during alleged break-in

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Authorities say the 30-year-old man was shot once in the stomach after his 59-year-old stepfather reported someone was trying to break in to the home.

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AMSOIL Arena adds beer, wine to the menu during UMD hockey games

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UMD Athletics announced the change Thursday "in response to growing feedback and requests from Bulldog fans over the last few years and puts UMD in line with the majority of National Collegiate Hockey Conference and multiple Western Collegiate Hockey Association venues."

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Walker to appear with Trump for worker event at White House

Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to attend a White House ceremony Thursday with President Donald Trump and members of his Cabinet focused on bolstering American workers including at the planned Foxconn Technology Group...

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Group seeks another environmental review for PolyMet mine

A clean water group has petitioned state and federal regulators for another environmental review for the planned PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.

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Indiana man arrested in St. Louis County murder held on $1M bail

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Daniel Lynn was arrested Friday in Michigan and is back in Minnesota being held on one million dollars bail.

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Water safety, sand sculpting to draw big Park Point crowds Thursday Video included

Water safety, sand sculpting to draw big Park Point crowds Thursday Water safety, sand sculpting to draw big Park Point crowds Thursday
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The city of Duluth is hosting the annual Water Safety Expo and Sand Modeling Contest at the Park Point Beach House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Fire damages two homes in Superior

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A fire in Superior Wednesday evening damaged the porch of one home and the siding of another.

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Chisholm City Councilor Kevin Scaia convicted of criminal sexual conduct

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A jury has convicted Chisholm City Councilor Kevin Scaia of criminal sexual conduct in the 5th degree. Kevin Scaia had been accused of groping a woman in a bar in September of 2017.  He pleaded not guilty in January.  Sentencing is set for September.

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ERP Iron Ore looks to be moving on from former Magnetation site Video included

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There's a level of uncertainty on the Iron Range after ERP Iron Ore filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Tuesday.

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New life jacket loaner station unveiled on Island Lake

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Forgot your life jacket? Safe Kids Northeast Minnesota now has you covered.

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Ashland man killed in Iowa officer-involved shooting

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The Polk County Sheriff's Office says deputies pulled over Isaiah Hayes Tuesday morning during a traffic stop. When deputies approached the vehicle, they say the 25-year-old drove away, leading authorities on a pursuit.

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Superior Mayor meets with Husky CEO for refinery update

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Mayor Paine says, CEO of Husky Energy, Rob Peabody stated Husky is very committed to rebuilding and operating the refinery at full employment.

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Minnesota corrections officer dead after inmate attack

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Authorities say the incident happened Wednesday afternoon at the Correctional Facility in Stillwater.

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City Administrator David Montgomery to retire

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Duluth City Administrator David Montgomery said he's stepping down from his position. 

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BREAKING: Longtime Duluth City Administrator to retire

Mayor Larson presents budget Mayor Larson presents budget
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City Administrative Officer David Montgomery is retiring.

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Fire destroys Eveleth garage, shed

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A garage and shed in Eveleth were destroyed Wednesday morning after starting on fire. 

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'Go Pack Go' act would make Packers broadcasts more available

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U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) is introducing legislation to make sure Green Bay Packers games are broadcast to more fans across the state. 

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UPDATE: Motorcyclist killed in collision with deer ID'ed

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A motorcyclist is dead after striking a deer in Duluth. 

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9-year-old Hibbing girl fundraises for local animals in need Video included

Hibbing girl 'aids' local animals in need Hibbing girl 'aids' local animals in need
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A 9-year-old girl from Hibbing is putting the "aid" in lemonade this summer.

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The Latest: Comey urges voters to support Democrats in fall

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President Donald Trump will make remarks Tuesday afternoon about his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as he faces mounting criticism allies and foes alike about his failure to publicly condemn Russian election meddling. More>>

Community asks Superior city leaders to halt hydrogen fluoride use at Husky Refinery Video included

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Several people stepped up to the podium to address Superior Mayor, Jim Paine, and the council to say, "we want this hazardous chemical out of our city." 

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Cleveland-Cliffs denies claims by Mesabi Metallics CEO

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A dispute Tuesday between two mining companies over a report about extending the life of Hibbing Taconite. 

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Community organization wonders whether Duluth missed an opportunity to diversify City Council

20 candidates file for open Duluth City Council spot 20 candidates file for open Duluth City Council spot
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Arik Forsman is officially Duluth's newest City Councilor. This, after Forsman was selected in a five-to-three vote over former councilor candidate Janet Kennedy and former councilor Jeff Anderson to fill Elissa Hansen's vacant seat. 

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State agency: Mercer school district misappropriated $175,000

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A big problem has come to light for the City of Mercer and their school district.  

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Construction project north of Two Harbors wraps up

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The $2 million dollar project focused largely on pavement resurfacing and replacing old culverts in sections spanning from the Lafayette Bluff Tunnel to Illgen City. 

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FEMA teams to visit northern Wisconsin damaged by flooding

With damage this extensive, accessibility to places like Drummond Wisconsin are limited. With damage this extensive, accessibility to places like Drummond Wisconsin are limited.

County officials in northern Wisconsin are hoping the Federal Emergency Management Agency will validate their estimates of about $11 million in damages caused by last month's flooding.

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Police: No foul play in death of Hibbing man

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Hibbing Police found the body of the 51-year-old in an area along 6th Avenue East just before 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. 

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Planned power outage to affect Two Harbors Tuesday

Planned power outage to affect Two Harbors Tuesday Planned power outage to affect Two Harbors Tuesday
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A planned power outage will affect some Cooperative Light & Power customers in the Two Harbors area Tuesday morning.

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Duluth Police asking for public's help identifying armed robbery suspects Video included

Duluth Police asking for public's help identifying armed robbery suspects Duluth Police asking for public's help identifying armed robbery suspects
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The Duluth Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying two suspects who robbed the Short Shop gas station on Central Entrance at gunpoint. 

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Five juveniles charged in vandalism, burglary at Cloquet Middle School Video included

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Cloquet Police say they began investigating June 25 after a report of a burglary and vandalism at the old school.

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Gov. Dayton assesses storm damage in Carlton Co. ahead of FEMA interview Video included

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Carlton County officials say they are no stranger to the process of cleaning up after flooding.

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Community rallies to help man rebuild destroyed home Video included

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On Father's Day weekend, Chester Brauer's Mason, Wisconsin home was destroyed in a landslide. On Monday, his community rallied around him.

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Arik Forsman selected to Duluth City Council to fill vacant seat Video included

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Duluth City Councilors have selected Arik Forsman to fill Elissa Hansen's vacant seat. 

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The American Indian Community Housing Organization plans to reopen 4th Street Market Video included

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The American Indian Community Housing Organization has purchased the 4th Street Market in Duluth's Central Hillside. 

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West Duluth garage fire spreads to nearby home

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Firefighters responded to the fire along 79th Avenue West just after 3 p.m. 

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Ridgeview Country Club holds breast cancer fundraiser

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The Ridgeview Country Club hosted its second annual rally for Circle of Hope today.

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Veterans cemetery receives 'All Gave Some, Some Gave All' monument

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The new veterans cemetery in Pike Lake is now home to a monument, honoring the sacrifices of those who served.

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MDA: Inadequately pasteurized ice cream mix sold at Duluth store

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The MDA says Forest Lake-based Autumnwood Farm sold the mix to three retail ice cream locations, including Love Creamery in Duluth.

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Decision day for Superior School District bus drivers

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On the last day of the 2017-2018 school year, bus drivers for the Superior School District were told of a major change starting for the upcoming school year. 

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Finland protests: Human rights for all _ and save the planet

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Activists used the summit in Helsinki between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin to hold two days of high-profile protests in the Finnish capital over a variety of grievances. More>>

Onalaska man dies following Sawyer County ATV crash

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The Sawyer County Sheriff's Office was called to Maple Terrace Drive in the Town of Edgewater shortly before 6:30 a.m. on Saturday.  

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Federal judge pauses deportations of reunited families

A federal judge on Monday ordered the US government to temporarily pause deportations of reunited families to allow attorneys time to debate whether he should more permanently extend that order.

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UPDATE: New Minnesota driver's license, state ID's unveiled

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Officials with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety will be unveiling the state's new driver's license and identification card design Monday at 1 p.m.

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Trump says 'we're all to blame' for poor US-Russia relationship, Putin denies interference

US President Donald Trump said Monday he holds both the United States and Russia responsible for the breakdown in the relationship between the two countries and railed against the special counsel's Russia investigation.

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UPDATE: Seven charged with drug crimes following fentanyl bust Video included

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The Lake Superior Drug and Violent Crime Task Force is set to announce an update surrounding an opioid distribution group Monday morning.  

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Heavy rain damages Cass County trail

Heavy rain damages Cass County trail Heavy rain damages Cass County trail
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Authorities are urging "extreme caution" on a popular northern Minnesota trail after heavy rain caused severe damage.

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Trump names EU a global foe, raps media before Putin summit

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President Donald Trump says that "nothing bad ... maybe some good" will come out of his Monday meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin. More>>

Twin Ports celebrates Lake Superior

The Twin Ports celebrated the Great Lake surrounding our cities Sunday. 

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Superior woman dies after being ejected from vehicle Video included

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The crash happened Saturday on I-35 just north of Stacy, Minnesota. 

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Duluth City Council to appoint new member during special meeting Monday

20 candidates file for open Duluth City Council spot 20 candidates file for open Duluth City Council spot
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The Duluth City Council is expected to announce their candidate pick to fill the open at-large councilor position Monday.  

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Duluth Huskies spend afternoon before game reading to children

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Ahead of their game Sunday, the Duluth Huskies got their reading in. It was all a part of the 3rd Annual Books and Baseball Day at Wade Stadium.  The Huskies Players read books to children on the field before their game against Eau Claire Express at three. 

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Light rain doesn't stop 5th annual Lincoln Park Meet on the Street Video included

Light rain doesn't stop 5th annual Lincoln Park Meet on the Street Light rain doesn't stop 5th annual Lincoln Park Meet on the Street
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The event was free to the public, and organizers promise it will be back bigger and better next year. 

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Vibrant chalk art covers sidewalks and streets in Two Harbors Video included

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The chalking in the street event offered the community a chance to show-off their art abilities by creating unique pieces on the streets and sidewalks. 

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Minnesota drive-ins struggle in evolving movie market

Hollywood's demands and the changing economics of the film industry are making it tough for the owners of Minnesota's remaining drive-in movie theaters to make ends meet.

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  • NY officials: No major public health threat from steam blast

    NY officials: No major public health threat from steam blast

    Thursday, July 19 2018 9:03 AM EDT2018-07-19 13:03:44 GMT
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    The Fire Department of New York says a high-pressure steam leak has caused street closings in Manhattan's Flatiron District; there were no immediate reports of injuries.
    The Fire Department of New York says a high-pressure steam leak has caused street closings in Manhattan's Flatiron District; there were no immediate reports of injuries.
  • Helicopter mishap turns Army medical drill into real deal

    Helicopter mishap turns Army medical drill into real deal

    Thursday, July 19 2018 2:20 AM EDT2018-07-19 06:20:53 GMT
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    Authorities say as 22 people have been injured in a tent collapse at a Central California military base.
    Authorities say as 22 people have been injured in a tent collapse at a Central California military base.
  • Nevada's path forward unclear after twice-delayed execution

    Nevada's path forward unclear after twice-delayed execution

    Thursday, July 19 2018 1:52 PM EDT2018-07-19 17:52:30 GMT
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    (Nevada Department of Corrections via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Nevada Department of Corrections photo shows death row inmate Scott Raymond Dozier, who was convicted in 2007 of robbing, killing and dismembering a 22-year-old...(Nevada Department of Corrections via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Nevada Department of Corrections photo shows death row inmate Scott Raymond Dozier, who was convicted in 2007 of robbing, killing and dismembering a 22-year-old...
    Courts twice have blocked Nevada from carrying out its first execution in 12 years using a never-tried combination of drugs that it created after struggling to get lethal injection supplies.
    Courts twice have blocked Nevada from carrying out its first execution in 12 years using a never-tried combination of drugs that it created after struggling to get lethal injection supplies.
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  • Operation Hat Trick

    Operation Hat Trick

    You can buy hats to support veterans here or at UMD stores, located on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus and at Amsoil.

    Hats cost $20, with an additional $2 for shipping.

    Contact Mackenzie Joyce or Angela Green to pick up a hat.

    You can buy hats to support veterans here or at UMD stores, located on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus and at Amsoil.

    Hats cost $20, with an additional $2 for shipping.

    Contact Mackenzie Joyce or Angela Green to pick up a hat.

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