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Scott Honour stopped in Duluth on Thursday, to talk about why he wants to be governor of Minnesota.
The City of Duluth and artist Tom Page unveiled the scale-sized model of their planned large-scale bronze statue of Bob Dylan on Thursday.
The owner of the former St. Louis County jail has a new idea for repurposing the building that's been vacant for 18 years - allow artists to use it for film shoots.
Police said when they responded to a call for a person with a gunshot wound shortly after noon in the parking lot of Genesis Attachments.
DULUTH, Minn. - A Duluth City Council member is proposing new ordinances that would regulate businesses that sell synthetic drugs, while punishing people who use them.
If you're looking for fresh produce or locally-made art, there's a summer stop in town where you can get both.
The city Chief Financial Officer, David Montgomery, says the new budget and tax program, which re-did the formula for local government aid distribution, allows cities to plan ahead.
Flood damage repairs are done and power has been restored at the Radisson hotel in Downtown Duluth following a water main break in March.
Armstrong has a history of sexual contact with both boys and girls ages 5 to 7. He was known to his victims.
A 1.5 mile stretch of Arnold Road has been closed until further notice due to the failure of a culvert at Amity Creek.
Officials say the schools do not have the resources, such as staffing and space if more students stayed on campus.
Concerned Northlanders are asking what they can do to help after a powerful tornado ransacked the southern part of Oklahoma leaving at least 24 dead and countless lives in ruins.
In yet another case of online classifieds being used for sex trafficking of minors, a Duluth ex-con and a woman are accused of posting seductive ads on Backpage.com month after month and selling teenage girls for sex in several states.
A two-year-old Canadian girl owes her life to the heroic efforts of an employee at the Inn on Lake Superior in Duluth.
According to the St. Louis County Attorney's office, 22-year-old Tabbatha Lee Olson solicited and promoted several juvenile females for prostitution in the Duluth area.