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Historic Old Central Clock requires custom repairs

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You may have noticed that Duluth has been a little quieter lately. That's because the Old Central Clock Tower is in need of repair.  

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Harala not seeking re-election for Duluth School Board

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At Large school board member, Annie Harala, who has served as chairwoman and is completing her first four-year term has announced she won't be seeking re-election. 

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Hermantown suspect involved in shooting of protesters case awaits trial

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The attorney for a Hermantown man allegedly involved in the shooting of protesters, following the murder of Jamar Clark, has filed a 'change of venue' brief . 

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Murder conviction reversal will stand in fentanyl drug overdose case

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Minnesota's top court says it won't review an appeals court decision overturning a Cloquet man's murder conviction in a drug overdose case. 

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Lake Superior Bottle Shop purchased

The Bottle Shop will close on May 31st. Brad Johnson, Chief Manager of 1st and 1st, says the businesses' existence has historically created safety concerns in the neighborhood.

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SLIDESHOW: Can Bayfield apple orchards survive recent winter storm? Video included

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A heavy winter mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow moved through much of the Northland on Wednesday. 

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Bayfield counselor wins counselor of the year in Wisconsin Video included

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Karen Grieve, a counselor of nearly 25 years in Bayfield recently earned School Counselor of the Year, for Wisconsin.

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Duluth East Daredevils wins four qualification matches at World Championship

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As of Thursday, the Daredevils are currently placed 21st out of 68 teams, and are hoping to improve their standing by the end of qualification matches on Friday evening. 

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Lake of the Clouds site closed until further notice

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According to the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park Facebook page, park management closed the site due to trees falling in the area. 

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Aitkin hospital bringing farm fresh foods to community Video included

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Healthy eating starts with finding healthy fresh food, but unfortunately access to that food isn't a guarantee.  Riverwood Health Center in Aitkin is trying to change that through a first of its kind program with a tasty twist. 

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School officials amend policy, guns allowed in team photo

KARE: Big Lake High School trapshooting coach Rhonda Eckerdt says she learned Wednesday from the school's athletic director that the team picture won't be included in the yearbook because it's against school policy to show firearms in photos. KARE: Big Lake High School trapshooting coach Rhonda Eckerdt says she learned Wednesday from the school's athletic director that the team picture won't be included in the yearbook because it's against school policy to show firearms in photos.

Administrators at a Minnesota high school have revised a policy and will allow the trapshooting team to hold their guns in a yearbook photo.

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Xcel Energy working to restore power in NW Wisconsin

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Power is expected to be sometime early Thursday evening.

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GOP Rep. Dean opens gubernatorial bid with health care focus

Republican state Rep. Matt Dean is entering the race for governor in 2018.

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Schools urge parent-child discussions about Netflix show

Some school districts in Minnesota are urging parents to talk to their teens about a popular Netflix series that includes graphic scenes of sexual assault and suicide.

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Wisconsin DOJ, feds, police set up Drug Take Back Day

The state Department of Justice, federal authorities and police are urging people to get rid of unwanted medications this weekend.

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GOP bill would discipline hecklers at UW speeches

Republican legislators are circulating a bill that would require the University of Wisconsin System regents to discipline hecklers at speeches and presentations.

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Man removed from flight for using bathroom before takeoff

A Wisconsin man was removed from a Delta Air Lines flight after using the bathroom against crew instructions shortly before takeoff.

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Senators introduce act to protect airline passengers

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New legislation seeks to protect passengers, like the one involved in a highly publicized incident on United Airlines earlier this month.

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NFL Draft begins Thursday

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The Vikings do not have a first round selection, but the Packers have pick 29. 

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  • Suspects charged for brutal beating of man at Superior bar

    Suspects charged for brutal beating of man at Superior bar

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 7:46 PM EDT2017-04-26 23:46:43 GMT
    Three men have been charged with aggravated robbery in connection to the brutal beating of a man at a Superior bar in February.  According to court documents, Don Popoe, Scott Schneiderwent and David Klick, all from Superior, were arrested and charged in the beating that sent the victim to the intensive care unit. The criminal complaint states that the victim needed nine stitches, and had a concussion.  Popoe has entered a not guilty plea, but the...
    Three men have been charged with aggravated robbery in connection to the brutal beating of a man at a Superior bar in February.  According to court documents, Don Popoe, Scott Schneiderwent and David Klick, all from Superior, were arrested and charged in the beating that sent the victim to the intensive care unit. The criminal complaint states that the victim needed nine stitches, and had a concussion.  Popoe has entered a not guilty plea, but the...
  • Schools urge parent-child discussions about Netflix show

    Schools urge parent-child discussions about Netflix show

    Some school districts in Minnesota are urging parents to talk to their teens about a popular Netflix series that includes graphic scenes of sexual assault and suicide.

    Some school districts in Minnesota are urging parents to talk to their teens about a popular Netflix series that includes graphic scenes of sexual assault and suicide.

  • Slick roads lead to crashes across Duluth

    Slick roads lead to crashes across Duluth

    Wednesday, April 26 2017 12:20 PM EDT2017-04-26 16:20:42 GMT

    Slick roads across led to a number of crashes across the Northland Wednesday morning.

    Slick roads across led to a number of crashes across the Northland Wednesday morning.

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