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The suspect in a hit and run crash at the intersection of 22nd Ave. W and 2nd St. in Duluth on Monday, is in trouble with police. Police say 22-year-old Timothy Stauffenecker failed to yield and hit a truck that then crashed into the side of "Impact Golf Clubs" building last night.
A 37-year-old Duluth man was arrested early Tuesday after police said he admitted to fatally stabbing his 71-year-old mother at her Lincoln Park home. Authorities were called to 810 N. 24th Ave. W. about 2 a.m. Tuesday after a male caller told 911 dispatchers to send police.
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A Duluth woman was killed early Tuesday morning and police say her son admitted to the crime. The 37-year-old man called police at 1:54 a.m. and told dispatchers to send officers to a residence in the 800 block of North 24th Avenue West.
Duluth will begin maintenance at the Highland Water Tower located in the Duluth Heights neighborhood this week for several days. The work will require taking the tank out of service, and the installation of pressure release apparatuses at particular hydrants in the immediate vicinity of the water tower.
The University of Minnesota Duluth is offering a new major which is greatly needed to train students who will be working in government-related jobs either within Indian Country or dealing with tribes. The Tribal Administration and Governance major is the first of its kind Bachelor of Arts degree in the United States.
A former Salvation Army youth basketball coach will now serve more than 25 years in prison after being sentenced in a second child sexual abuse case Monday. Wendell Anthony Greene, 38, of Duluth already was serving an 18-year sentence after a jury found him guilty last year of sexually assaulting two preteen girls.
"It looks like about 40 deer were harvested in the city bow hunt over the weekend," said DNR Wildlife Manager, Chris Balzer. "We don't anticipate that it's really going to change anything.
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Runners looking to add a little color to Duluth flooded Canal park Sunday evening for the UV Splash Color Dash. Hundreds of runners lit up like glow in the dark stickers tonight as they ran, walked, and danced their ways across the finish line.
The Rubber chicken Theatre staged a performance at the Underground in Duluth Saturday night that BEGS the question: Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters as you've never seen it before was performed in the troop's latest installment of their popular Live Read series at the Underground in Duluth. The show featured voice actors reading through the original 1984 film script as they voice the lines, complete with narration, and sound effects.
For several years honor Flight Northland has been giving back by flying veterans to Washington D.C. to visit the World War II, Vietnam and Korean war memorials - something that they might not otherwise get the chance to do. The most recent honor Flight was this past June, and Saturday at Denfeld High School, in Duluth, those who took their trip got together with friends and loved ones to look back on the day.
Duluth, Minnesota September 14, 2014: In her book PSYCHIC ENERGY , M. Esther Harding, M.D. , a Jungian psychoanalyst, discusses Dante's life and poetry -- and makes an extraordinary claim about the celestial rose imagery in Dante's DIVINE COMEDY. C. G. Jung, M.D. , the Swiss psychiatrist and pioneering psychological theorist, and his early followers, including Dr. Harding, were deeply interested in the comparative study of religion.
The Duluth city council passed a resolution this week entering into a one-year agreement for professional services for youth development in the Northland. The YMCA will provide 25 AmeriCorps members, who will partner with neighborhood youth agencies to provide Outside of School Time programming during the school year, and summer programming when school is out of session.
Updated: 09/13/2014 10:37 PM Created: 09/13/2014 9:06 PM WDIO.com By: Briggs LeSavage email@example.com The Cruise for Cancer got more than 250 hotrods together Saturday to raise money for a 4-year old Duluth girl battling Leukemia. Elizabeth was diagnosed with the disease in 2012.
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