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Digging Deeper: Relocating Superior mobile home park residents

The owner of the Downtown Mobile Home Park in Superior has paid off a 2014 debt of $1,600 dollars for citations regarding electrical wiring deficiencies. Park Owner Brian Androski has numerous violations that date back to 2010.

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  • Digging Deeper: Compact fluorescent light bulbs cause fire concern for Duluth residents

    Digging Deeper: Compact fluorescent light bulbs cause fire concern for Duluth residents

    It was an early morning for Billy Kalligher, owner of Gannucci's Italian Market. "There was firetrucks outside and I saw smoke coming up and I could smell it and I panicked and ran down here and came out and the front of my building was on fire," he said. The fire started outside of Jade Fountain, the recently closed Chinese restaurant that Kalligher bought last year, but it wasn't just the business that had him worried. Kalligher said when the fire started he was sleeping...
    It was an early morning for Billy Kalligher, owner of Gannucci's Italian Market. "There was firetrucks outside and I saw smoke coming up and I could smell it and I panicked and ran down here and came out and the front of my building was on fire," he said. The fire started outside of Jade Fountain, the recently closed Chinese restaurant that Kalligher bought last year, but it wasn't just the business that had him worried. Kalligher said when the fire started he was sleeping...
  • Digging Deeper: Safety and Wellness of Duluth Fire Dept.

    Digging Deeper: Safety and Wellness of Duluth Fire Dept.

    Duluth's new Fire Chief Dennis Edwards says he will now be focusing on safety and wellness for firefighters. We're digging deeper into some of the proposed changes, and how they'll make Duluth's bravest, safer."We're going forward, we've been working hard at it, and now we're ready to start implementing things."

    Duluth's new Fire Chief Dennis Edwards says he will now be focusing on safety and wellness for firefighters. We're digging deeper into some of the proposed changes, and how they'll make Duluth's bravest, safer."We're going forward, we've been working hard at it, and now we're ready to start implementing things."

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