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BCA: Public's help needed in finding stabbing suspects

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Authorities say Aseil Abuhamed and Tayah Thomas stabbed a man Wednesday. 

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Grand Marais wins USA Today's "Best Midwestern Town" contest

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After a four week contest against 19 other small Midwest towns, Grand Marais has been crowned the winner of USA Today's Best Midwestern Town contest.

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St. Louis River Alliance spreads awareness about the Piping Plover Video included

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The St. Louis River Alliance is hoping to preserve an endangered shorebird's habitat along Park Point and Wisconsin Point. 

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The State Central Committee affirmed its commitment to mining in Northern Minnesota

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The State Central Committee affirmed its commitment to mining in Northern Minnesota Saturday. 

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St. Scholastica Football players raise money for cancer research

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Football players from the College of St. Scholastica team decided to raise money for childhood cancer research Saturday. 

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Duluthians participate in Climate Walk held across the nation

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There were many climate walks across the U.S today, and here  in Duluth, people of all walks of life also gathered to join in on the climate conversation.

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Duluth YMCA hosts annual Healthy Kids Day.

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The YMCA hosted its annual healthy kids day, which featured a number of activities. 

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Great Lakes Aquarium welcomes two endangered residents from Florida Video included

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Two new Beluga Sturgeons arrived from Florida early Saturday morning. 

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Duluth DFL lawmakers hold town hall amidst budget concerns Video included

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On Saturday, Duluth lawmakers wanted to make sure the voices of their constituents were being heard at the state capitol. 

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Online petition to make Glenwood Street safer gains traction Video included

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A group of concerned neighbors are hoping changes can be made to a busy road that runs through Duluth's Lakeside neighborhood.  

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Law Law Palooza celebrates volunteer attorneys Video included

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Northland judges and lawyers got together Friday for its annual Fundraiser "Law Law Palooza."  

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Ride share companies Uber and Lyft ready to go in Duluth Video included

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It's been a year-long process, but people in Duluth can now hail a ride from ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft. 

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St. Louis County Deputies and Corrections Officers sworn in

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A number of deputies and staff with the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office were recognized for their efforts today.  Among them were seven new St. Louis County Deputy Sheriffs who took the oath to serve and were officially sworn in.  

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Mock crash educates Denfeld High School students on distracted driving

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High School Students at Denfeld got a first hand look today at the consequences of distracted and impaired driving.  Emergency vehicles of all types were on hand showing off what goes into treating patients and cleaning up a live crash scene.  

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Sucker River public-access opening in danger

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A non-profit organization dedicated to protecting North Shore fisheries is coming together to keep a river off Scenic Highway 61 accessible to the public.

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Northland schools and parents react to "13 Reasons Why"

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A popular Netflix series is prompting Northland Schools to respond. At least one school has sent parents a warning about its content.  "13 Reasons Why" was released last month - hitting some very intense themes for its younger audience. 

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6 months in jail for former janitor who video taped women in police locker room

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A former St. Louis County janitor received six months in jail and eight years of probation on Friday for video taping women officers in a locker room. 

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Superior PD looking for suspects in string of car vandalism

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Police say that about a dozen car windows were shot out throughout the city. 

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"ASK A TROOPER" : Vehicle Equipment Violations

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Question: What are the most common vehicle equipment violations you see? 

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Duluth band featured in New Band Night during Homegrown Festival Video included

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Sunday kicks off Duluth's Annual Homegrown Festival. Over 200 acts over 8 days, hundreds of musicians showcase their talent across the city.  

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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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Beaver Bay bridge construction begins May third

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MnDOT says workers will be making a temporary work platform for the remainder of the construction. T

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UPDATE: Roads to Summit Peak, Lake of the Woods closed

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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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NB I-35 to be reduced to one lane during Atkinson Bridge construction

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The northbound lanes over the Atkinson Bridge will be reduced to one lane at the junction of Highway 61. 

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GOP gets in lockstep in looming budget fight with Dayton

House and Senate Republicans are nearly ready to take on Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton in budget negotiations.

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'Purple Rain' re-issue to feature unreleased Prince songs

A remastered version of Prince's landmark album "Purple Rain" will be released this summer with several previously unreleased songs.

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Charges filed in case involving pepper-sprayed autistic man

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(KARE) ROSEVILLE, Minn. - Timothy Knutsen, 53, has been charged with fifth-degree assault and disorderly conduct in connection with the incident on March 3.  

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Bond reduced in university student death case

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A judge in Wisconsin has reduced bond for a Minnesota man charged in the death of a university student from Saudi Arabia.

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Duluth man struck by truck

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A Duluth man was taken to the hospital after he was hit by a car Thursday afternoon. 

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Midnight deadline for funding bill

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Congress has until midnight Friday to pass a funding bill, otherwise there will be a repeat of the shutdown that took place in 2013. 

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Minnesota appeals court rejects bid to move officer's trial

The Minnesota Court of Appeals has rejected moving the manslaughter trial of a police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist.

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Wrenshall couple adopting three siblings, orphaned in African Ebola crisis Video included

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A Wrenshall family is about to get a lot bigger. The Ward family already has three children, but soon they'll have three more. 

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Minnesota Republicans to take up new pro-mining resolution Video included

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Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt says his party is taking a new stand for the Iron Range and the mining industry.

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Historic Old Central Clock requires custom repairs Video included

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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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