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Hibbing man charged in girlfriend's death after both made 911 calls

Eric James Jarvis told police he and Kari Jo Petrich "probably fought," according to the complaint.


Duluth-based scientists get $3 million grant to study Great Lakes' phytoplankton

The award from the Environmental Protection Agency gives the Natural Resources Research Institute funding to continue its work studying the bottom of the food chain.


Driver who clashed with abortion rights protesters in downtown Duluth was 'fearful,' police say

During Monday night's march, a driver turned down First Avenue E. and encountered protesters who seemed to try to slow her down.


Murders of heiress, nurse shocked Duluth 45 years ago this week

Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse, Velma Pietila, were murdered at the mansion in 1977.


Duluth sees surge in gun-related incidents — including one Wednesday night

A person was shot in the lower leg by an acquaintance, days after a bystander was shot in the foot at a downtown bar.


Two Harbors City Council unanimously votes to ask mayor to resign

Mayor Chris Swanson did not attend and will be alerted of the decision in writing.


Grandma's Marathon returns to full force on the North Shore

Duluth savors its weekend in the spotlight as more than 21,000 runners are signed up for events this weekend.


Grandma's Marathon competitor plans to run course twice — again

Eric Strand will run his 10th double marathon on Saturday, starting at the finish line, then turning around at the starting line to run with everyone else.


Duluth remembers Black circus workers killed in 1920 lynching

Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Issac McGhie were falsely accused of raping a white woman.


Want some chickens with your Airbnb? Locally Laid is at your service

The Wrenshall company is offering guests the chance to sleep in rustic cabins and work as farmhands — for a fee.