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  • Bail set in Fond du Lac Reservation murder

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    Duluth, MN ( Bail has been set for the woman accused of the murder on the Fond du Lac Reservation on Sunday.

  • Duluth Councilors consider blocking interested medical cannabis facilities in city

    Duluth, MN ( -- Duluth City councilors are considering an ordinance that would block any future marijuana manufacturing and distribution within city limits for at least six months.

  • McFadden signs contract with Minnesota

    Duluth, MN ( -- Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Mike McFadden signed a contract on Thursday in Duluth which outlines his commitment to Minnesota. In the contract, McFadden promises to be accessible and visiting each of Minnesota's 87 counties every year.

  • Vice President Joe Biden highlights "The Duluth Model" during Northland visit

    Duluth, MN ( - The Vice President started his Thursday morning with a stop in Duluth where he recognized the recent international honor of the Duluth Model. The groundbreaking domestic violence intervention policy was named the best policy in the world to end violence against women. It's an effort The Vice President has spearheaded on the national level since the 90s.

  • Person of interest now prime suspect in Fond du Lac Reservation murder

    Fond du Lac Reservation ( A woman originally wanted for questioning in the murder of a 31-year-old woman on the Fond du Lac Reservation on Sunday, is now being held as the primary suspect in the murder.

  • New turf, home plate installed at revamped Wade Stadium

    Duluth, MN ( - Crews have installed new artificial turf and with just a few final touches the new Wade will be ready to go.

  • Fond du Lac College tests dragonfly larvae for mercury

    Fond du Lac Reservation, MN ( - There has long been concern about levels of methyl mercury in the St. Louis River watershed. Testing for mercury levels usually involves testing the fish that swim in the river, but Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is experimenting with a different way to test those levels.

  • Minnesota Task Force seeks ways to improve child protection system

    Duluth, MN ( Members of the public joined with members of child protection services to voice their experiences and thoughts on how to better protect children in Duluth.

  • Twin Ports students sport orange to help curb bullying

    Duluth, MN ( - Students across the country fought back against bullies Thursday by sporting orange in school hallways. It was a part of a national campaign called Unity Day.

  • Wis. democrats rally voters in Ashland

    Ashland, WI ( -- With just two weeks until Election Day, democrats in Northern Wisconsin rallied voters on Tuesday to encourage them to get out and vote. Senator Bob Jauch and former 7th District Congressmen, Dave Obey spoke to voters at the democratic office in Ashland.

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