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Lift Bridge lit teal for ovarian cancer awareness

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The Aerial Lift Bridge will be a beautiful shade of teal this weekend.

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Wild rice dinner held before Enbridge Line 3 proposed pipeline hearings take place

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Honor the Earth says Enbridge's proposed Line 3 pipeline is a disaster waiting to happen.

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Russians targeted Minnesota, Wisconsin elections

Federal officials say hackers working for the Russian government targeted the Minnesota secretary of state's website leading up to the 2016 election but did not break in.

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UPDATE: Six senior citizens rescued after lightning strikes assisted living center Video included

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The fire was confined mostly to the attic area of the home. 

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Duluth Bethel Loses Appeal against DHS

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For the next two years, Duluth Bethel's Chemical Dependency Service will be operating under a conditional license. 

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Duluth goes teal for ovarian cancer Video included

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Starting Friday the lift bridge and Enger tower will turn teal to kick off Light Duluth Teal weekend. It's all to raise awareness for ovarian cancer.  

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Bohemian Hall restoration underway Video included

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Ask anyone on Ashland's East End and they'll likely have plenty of memories to share of the old Bohemian Hall. That includes its former owner, Mark Drolson. 

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Groundbreaking for Superior apt. complex held

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It's a 54-unit apartment complex that will be made up of one and two bedroom units. 

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Home invasion suspect still on the loose, public's help needed

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Authorities are still asking for your help in finding and identifying a home invasion suspect. 

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UPDATE: Suspect in custody, held on charges unrelated to Vista Fleet being set adrift Video included

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According to police, the suspect has been identified as a 47-year-old Excelsior, Minnesota man. 

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New trampoline park opens its doors in West Duluth Video included

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Planet 3 Extreme Air Park gives people of all ages the chance to get active and jump.

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Storms leave parts of Northland without power

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Storms moving through the Northland caused outages in the Twin Ports and southern parts of the Iron Range. 

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Pine River Township rollover crash kills one

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Authorities say a vehicle rolled just after 3:30 a.m. on 24th Avenue Southeast in Pine River Township, trapping the two men inside. 

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WATCH: Near boat collision in Duluth caught on camera Video included

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We're getting a look at what was an incredibly close call in the Duluth Harbor Thursday morning, after both boats in the Vista Fleet were intentionally unmoored and set adrift. 

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WATCH: Minnesota hunter rescue caught on video Video included

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We're getting a first-hand look at the moment a Minnesota hunter was rescued from the Nemadji Forest.

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Duluth councilors propose move to offset public safety cuts

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A couple Duluth city councilors are hoping to offset proposed funding cuts to the city's police and fire departments. 

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Leaders: $271B needed for creaky Great Lakes water systems

State leaders say the Great Lakes region needs to drastically improve public water systems.

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Parents share story of one Ashland teen arrested on charges of terroristic threats Video included

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One of the two Ashland teens arrested for allegedly making threats toward the city's high school...plead guilty in court today to a misdemeanor charge. The Dale and Taber Torres said they never thought a simple note would bring them here.

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Chili Cook-Off packs the DECC, raises awareness for United Way Video included

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The Northland's taste buds were on fire Thursday night at the 26th annual United Way Chili Cook-off. Dozens of organizations competed, cooking and serving pounds of chili all to raise awareness. 

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Police chase ends after car vs. house crash, suspect in custody

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Officers say the vehicle kept traveling, going nearly 65 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. 

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Year one of the Belknap street reconstruction project in Superior is nearly complete Video included

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The two-phase construction on Belknap Street started March 2017 and Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials say despite some difficult weather conditions in the early months of summer they're right on track.   

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UPDATE: Vista Fleet set free from dock overnight, police investigating Video included

The Coast Guard separating the Vista Queen from the path of the John D. Leitch just after the larger boat passed under the Aerial Bridge. Credit: Bob Knighton The Coast Guard separating the Vista Queen from the path of the John D. Leitch just after the larger boat passed under the Aerial Bridge. Credit: Bob Knighton
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A spokesperson says in order to set the Vista adrift, it isn't as easy as just untying ropes. 

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Gov. Walker signs state budget nearly 3 months late

Walker on Thursday signed the two-year spending plan at an elementary school in Neenah surrounded by students, teachers, Republican lawmakers and others.

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Legionnaires' disease reported at Maple Grove senior center

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Minnesota health officials are investigating two cases of Legionnaires' disease at a suburban Minneapolis senior center.

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Minnesota summit aims to boost black infants' survival rate

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State health officials say babies born to black women in Minnesota are more than twice as likely to die during infancy as babies born to white women.

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Dayton, GOP head to private mediation over veto battle

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Gov. Mark Dayton and top Republican lawmakers are heading into court-ordered mediation.

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UPDATE: Lost hunter in Nemadji Forest found safe

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Authorities with the Pine County Sheriff's Office say Robert Kniefel of Lakeville, Minnesota was rescued Thursday morning. 

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Evers calls for adult leadership in education address

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State Superintendent Tony Evers is using his annual state of education speech to hit on themes of his campaign for governor. 

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Wisconsin health officials launch new school immunization website Video included

Wisconsin parents can now check how many of their kids' classmates are vaccinated because of a new website. ...

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Minnesota teen fights for life after peanut allergy reaction

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Dassel-Cokato High School sophomore Jacob McDonald remains in critical condition at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis after he suffered an allergic reaction to peanuts. 

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Alexandria kidnapping suspect may have assaulted a woman before

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The man at the center of a shocking kidnapping and assault case may have assaulted another woman two years earlier. Thomas Barker is currently charged with kidnapping and holding an Alexandria teen captive for 29 days.

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Duluth police investigating shots fired incident

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Officers said they located four shell casings in a backyard, however they didn't find a weapon. 

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Red flag warning issued for Park Point beaches

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The warning is in effect for all Park Point beaches, effective immediately, until 10 a.m. on Friday. 

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Duluth Airport to receive $1M for safety improvements

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According to Klobuchar's office, the $1,084,668 grant will allow the airport to install perimeter fencing, rehabilitate the runway, and remove obstructions. 

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1 dead, 1 arrested after water emergency on Lake Kabetogama

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Authorities received a 911 call around 4:53 p.m. Wednesday saying that Wlodzimierz Dziechiowski, 66, of Chicago, had fallen out of a boat after it hit another boat's wake and was unconscious in the water. 

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Competition heats up for United Way Chili Cookoff Video included

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It's going to be "chili" by the lake Thursday. 

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Duluth parade to celebrate International Day of Peace

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People all over the world will be coming together to celebrate the International Day of Peace Thursday.

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Minneapolis council reaches agreement with ex-police chief Video included

The Minneapolis City Council has approved a separation agreement with the city's former police chief, who resigned in July after a police officer fatally shot an Australian woman.

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Vice President Pence to hold fundraiser in Milwaukee Video included

Vice President Mike Pence is holding a fundraiser next week in Milwaukee.

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Volunteers plant thousands of trees along Western Waterfront Trail Video included

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National Bank of Commerce volunteers are helping protect our region's watersheds and getting their hands dirty in the process.

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Mayor Larson continues "State of the Streets" public meeting series Video included

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Duluth Mayor, Emily Larson met with the public Wednesday to talk about her proposal for funding road repairs. Her plan for a half percent transportation sales tax is separate from her budget proposal, which would dedicate $1 million from the general fund to street improvements.   

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Cloquet's Sappi North America recognized for its investment in Minnesota Video included

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Wednesday afternoon, Sappi North America was honored with an award highlighting not only its investment but its innovation in Minnesota. "This is exactly the kind of innovation that we need in this region to continue to be successful," said President and CEO of APEX, Brian Hanson. The award was given out by the Minnesota Governor's Office under the Department of Employment and Economic Development. In 2011, the Cloquet wood pulp mill underwent a $170 million investment, a...

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Law enforcement cracking down on drivers running red lights Video included

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St. Louis County Public Works recently completed the installation of blue lights on the traffic signal posts of 14 intersections in Duluth and Hermantown.

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Lt. Gov. hosts roundtable in Duluth about opioid crisis Video included

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Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith was in Duluth today discussing the impact of opioids in the region. In a round table discussion, Smith met with the mayor, representatives from the county, the Duluth Police, and health professionals to learn the impact of local approaches to the crisis. 

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Minnesota man arrested, charged for possessing, selling meth in Itasca County

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Grand Rapids police allegedly found over 81 grams of meth from Batters' vehicle, after they were tipped off Batters was dealing meth from a room at the Sawmill Inn Monday morning. 

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Woman shares scam experience at AARP and BBB event Video included

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It's stories like hers AARP and the Better Business Bureau are hoping to prevent through their Scam Jam events.

Monday's was the sixth Scam Jam AARP has organized with the BBB of North Dakota and Minnesota in the past two years but the first in the Twin Ports.

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Hunter lost in Nemadji Forest, search underway

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According to the Pine County Sheriff's Department, the 61-year-old man was reported lost just before 7 a.m. on Tuesday. 

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Six months in, Intermodal Container Terminal bolstering Northland economy Video included

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Duluth's status as a global competitor in the shipping industry is on the rise. 

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Oktoberfest begins in Canal Park Video included

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Grandma's Restaurant is kicking off its 42nd annual Oktoberfest celebrations Wednesday!  

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Entire island of Puerto Rico without power

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CNN reports Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello has asked President Donald Trump to declare the island a disaster area.  

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Mother Nature puts on light show in Superior during early morning storm Video included

Storms rolled through the Northland early Wednesday morning, and one woman caught the beautiful light show on camera. 

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Minnesota airport gets automated security lanes

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The $2.1 million system focuses on luggage and doesn't involve body screening.

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Maria's death toll rises to 8 in Caribbean

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An adviser to Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says there have been seven confirmed deaths in the Caribbean country from Hurricane Maria.   

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Top state, county leaders to talk combating drugs Wednesday

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With opioids becoming a growing problem in the Northland, top state, city and county leaders are joining together Wednesday to work out a solution. 

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Duluth Mayor to answer questions on proposed street tax

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Duluth Mayor Emily Larson is holding more question and answer sessions, making sure voters understand her proposed Street Improvement Program before the measure shows up on the November ballot. 

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Duluth School Board Joins "Lethal Lure" Campaign Video included

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The Duluth School Board unanimously approved a resolution aimed at lowering the businesses allowed to sell flavored tobacco products during Tuesday's school board meeting.

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Study ranked Duluth as the least-stressed city in the U.S.

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According to a new study, Duluth has been ranked the top spot for the least-stressed city in America. 

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Duluth Public Utilities Commission approves rate hike on monthly water bill Video included

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Residents will see a 4.7 percent annual increase for the next six years.

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Duluth 5th graders enjoy 34th annual forest field day Video included

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Fifth graders from across Duluth got the chance to check out the forests in their own backyards Tuesday. It's all a part of the annual 5th Grade Forestry Field Day, where students explore one of Duluth's city parks. 

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Free Narcan services expanding to Iron Range Video included

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St. Louis County leads the state in overdose deaths per capita but with a $675,000 State Targeted Response grant, a coalition of Saint Louis County groups is fighting that statistic. 

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Hibbing man will serve 10 years behind bars for meth sales

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The Saint Louis County Sheriff's Office says 28-year-old Anthony Kozar was sentenced in court last week to 122 months for aggravated sale of methamphetamine in the first degree.

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Steelworkers looking for answers from D.C Video included

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Lawmakers say delay releasing Section 232 is having a negative impact on Keewatin Taconite on the Iron Range, and has union members demanding immediate action.  

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Timber sales increase in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

A national forest in northwest Wisconsin expects to sell its largest amount of timber since at least the mid-1990s.

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Right-to-carry gun bill clears Wisconsin panel

The Latest on Wisconsin Senate committee vote on open carry bill (all times local):

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Missing WWII soldier from Wisconsin to be buried Saturday

A U.S. Army soldier from Wisconsin missing from World War II will be buried in his hometown this weekend.

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Construction will close Haines Rd. near airport for two weeks

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Starting Thursday, Haines Road will be closed between Arrowhead Road and Highway 53.

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Northland communities in running for 'Best Minnesota Town' Video included

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A few Northland communities are in the running to claim that title! 

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Trump to address UN for first time as President Video included

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President Donald Trump will address to the United Nations general assembly Tuesday for the first time. 

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What really makes 'pumpkin spice' so good? Video included

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Ever wonder, besides the great taste, why you are often craving the pumpkin spice flavor?

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Duluth leaders to explain potential water rate increase

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Duluth leaders are considering raising water rates, and on Tuesday they're looking for your feedback. 

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Minneapolis chief: Body camera use up after policy change

Minneapolis' police chief says he's seeing an increase in use of body cameras since he required that officers turn them on when responding to any call.

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Overcoming opioid addiction in the Northland Video included

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September is recovery month. A time to raise awareness and understanding for those recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. Duluth resident Tyler Conley knows the challenges of addiction all too well.

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Renewed legislation push to build new lock at Soo Locks Complex Video included

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There's a renewed push to create another entryway to Lake Superior. New Legislation, the Soo Locks Modernization Act proposed by U.S Congressman Rick Nolan would help provide money for a new navigation lock at the Soo Lock Complex. 

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Sex offender to be released from being behind bars

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Douglas County authorities are notifying the public about the release of a sex offender. 

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Early childhood workforce dwindling, experts gathered at UMD to find solutions Video included

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Early childhood education between birth and age eight is a vital time for brain development, but finding the people to do that job is slim to none.

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UPDATE: One arrested following Enbridge protest, site cleared Video included

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Roughly ten people participated in the protest, which was aimed to halt construction of the pipeline.

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UPDATE: Teen found dead at NDSU identified

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University Police and Safety Office Director Mike Borr says university police received a report of an unresponsive male at Sevrinson Hall just after noon on Sunday. 

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Attack on disabled teen posted on social media

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Investigators in Crystal are pursuing charges against a group of teens that attacked a physically disabled young man and posted a video clip of the incident on social media. 

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Minnesota reaching deadline to get insurance rate approval

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota is running out of time to receive approval from the federal government for its plan to lower health insurance premiums next year. 

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Two teens in custody following terroristic threats to Ashland School District

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According to the Ashland Police Department, a citizen called in a threat after seeing a message on Snapchat Sunday that said quote, "don't come to school on Monday" , with a picture of two boxes of shotgun shells.

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Police searching for intruder after entering home, shot at by homeowner

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According to the Cass County Sheriff's Office, authorities were called to a home in the Pine River Township and rural Backus area late Saturday night. 

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Volunteers needed to set up Bentleyville for upcoming season

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Starting this weekend, according to the Mayor of Bentleyville, Nathan Bentley, volunteers are needed every Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 am - 4 pm, and Wednesdays from 5 pm - 8 pm.

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Walker hints re-election announcement coming in November

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Walker told WTMJ-AM radio on Monday that an announcement during the first week of November would make sense since that would mark a year until the election and his birthday is that week. 

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High speed chase with one-year-old child in the back seat, dad taken to jail

Police and sheriff's deputies pursued a car going more than 100 mph late Friday night through Waseca County, and later discovered there was a one-year-old child in the back seat.  The child's father, a 21-year-old man driving the car, was arrested.

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WI man accused of murdering wife and blowing up home on purpose Video included

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Wisconsin police are learning more about a home explosion turned homicide investigation.

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Snow helping combat wildfires in Montana Video included

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Heavy snow this early in Montana is a welcome relief to help combat wildfires that are burning throughout the state. 

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69th 'Emmy Awards' set records, honor new names Video included

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A series about a dystopian future had plenty to celebrate at Sunday night's Emmy Awards.  

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Duluth organization to celebrate peace

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Life House is hoping to spread the peace this week.  

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Lane closures set for some I-35 ramps Monday

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Inspection on a busy Duluth roadway could impact your morning commute. 

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Walker to sign $3 billion incentive package for Foxconn Video included

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign into law a $3 billion incentive package for electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group.

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Gary New Duluth celebrates Ethnic Days Video included

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Ethnic Days was celebrated in Gary New Duluth Sunday.

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The 5k Color Run splashed into town Video included

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One thousand people took a quick dip into some color Sunday.

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Soil at Clayton Jackson McGhie memorial moves to national lynching memorial Video included

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The Equal Justice Initiative of Montgomery plans to create a Memorial to Peace and Justice, which will remember the thousands of lives lost to racial lynchings in the U.S. As part of this memorial, the Initiative is collecting soil from lynching sites to be displayed in a museum. 

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Man dies in bulldozer rollover Video included

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A 79-year-old man died Saturday after getting trapped underneath a bulldozer, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office. 

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Local bookstore hosts grand opening book fair Video included

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Zenith opened up in July but Saturday was all about books. 

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Annual "Fall Fest" brings the community together Video included

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Fall is upon us and what better way to welcome it in than with none other than the 33rd Annual Fall Fest. 

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Archery hunting season for deer officially opens Video included

Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources expects additional deer hunting opportunities this fall, thanks to a series of mild winters and conservative hunting regulations. 

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First FEmnFEST held in Duluth Video included

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In an effort to promote gender balance in the arts industry, female musicians are taking the stage at this weekend's FEmnFEST  

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Northshore Inline Marathon rolls into Duluth, despite poor weather Video included

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It doesn't draw quite the crowd that Grandma's Marathon does, but for the 22nd straight year, the Northshore Inline Marathon skated into town. 

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79-year-old woman found dead in submerged car in Duluth Video included

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A 79-year-old woman was found dead inside a submerged car in a lake in Duluth.

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Community members gather and pay tribute to missing woman Video included

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Sheila St. Clair was last seen on August 15th, 2015.

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Local festival aims to promote gender balance in the arts Video included

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Female musicians are taking the stage at this weekend's FEmnFEST.

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High winds ground balloons at annual festival, other activities continue as scheduled Video included

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Although balloons never took off, people were invited to climb inside the basket and help the pilot light the flame.

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Man reported missing arrested by Duluth police on warrant

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A man reported missing this week was taken into custody by Duluth police Friday on a warrant from Pope County, Minn. 

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Woman charged for allegedly stabbing another woman in Duluth

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Third degree assault charges have been filed following a stabbing this week in Duluth's Central Hillside.

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Cloquet man pleads guilty to stalking joggers and indecently exposing himself

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A 21-year-old Cloquet man has pleaded guilty to stalking and indecent exposure charges.

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North Star Expo offers inside look at Grand Rapids logging industry

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The largest logging expo in Minnesota kicked off Friday, in Grand Rapids. 

For the first time ever, the 64th annual North Star Expo brought area high school students inside the logging industry. 

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Minnesota firefighters provide assistance for wildfires out west Video included

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As Wildfires blaze out west crews are looking for any help they can get. The DNR said the west is facing the worst wildfire season  in 15 years. So when regional fire management officer from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Tom Remus made his way out to Montana he said it was clear his assistance was needed. 

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Police: Superior High School teacher arrested for allegedly striking student

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A Superior High School teacher is facing charges for allegedly striking a student, according to police.

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Northwest Wisconsin prepares for Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival

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The 35th annual Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival will see thousands of off-road bicyclists descend on Hayward and Cable for the weekend. 

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Highway 53 bridge dedicated, not open for traffic Video included

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On Friday, local, state and federal elected officials gathered with construction, and MnDot crews to dedicate the Highway 53 Bridge.  

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DECC activities kick off inline skating marathon weekend

This year's expo features a combination of new and returning vendors, including Bent Paddle beer tasting, and a Harbor City Roller Dames roller derby.

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Heavy rain causes flooding, road closures in St. Louis County

With more rain in the forecast, officials say the roads will remain closed through the weekend. 

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NorthShore Inline Marathon Expo opens Friday

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The nation's largest Inline Marathon is headed back to the Twin Ports this weekend. 

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First FeMN Fest kicks off Friday in Duluth

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A brand new festival begins Friday in Downtown Duluth. 

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Wisconsin budget heads for dramatic Senate vote

The Wisconsin budget is headed for a climactic vote in the state Senate.

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Duluth fire chief responds to proposed budget cuts Video included

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Facing a more than $380,000 cut in the mayor's proposed budget, Duluth Fire Chief Dennis Edwards said his department is working to make cuts without cutting service.

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UPDATE: Five protesters arrested at Enbridge pipeline office Video included

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UPDATE: According to Douglas County Sheriff, Thomas Dalbec, five people were arrested after parking their vehicles in front of two gates blocking employees from coming in and out of the lot at Enbridge Line 3's construction office in Superior. 

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Lake Superior College sees highest enrollment numbers in 5 years

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Lake Superior College is reporting the highest total enrollment in more than five years.

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Pike Lake Elementary School closed Friday

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 ISD 704 officials say the school will be closed due to a water system issue. 

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After attacks on Island Lake, DNR says Muskie attacks in MN "Extremely Rare" Video included

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One confirmed Muskie attack, and a second suspected Muskie attack have occurred on Island Lake this summer. 

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Husker Du drummer, singer Grant Hart dies of cancer

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Grant Hart, the drummer and vocalist for pioneering indie rock band Husker Du, has died. He was 56.

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Police: St. Catherine's University security guard shot himself

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Police say the security guard, a 25-year-old St. Louis Park man, was arrested on suspicion of filing a false report. 

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