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Before joining the Star Tribune in 2022, Christa Lawler was a sports reporter-turned-arts and entertainment reporter at the Duluth News Tribune. She started at the Rochester Post-Bulletin, her hometown newspaper, after graduating from the University of St. Thomas. She has lived in Duluth since 2000 and likes trail running, yoga, paddle boarding and reading.

After strong late summer and fall tourism, 'Christmas City' lures people back to Duluth

Bentleyville, Glensheen and the Winter Village are expected to draw well this holiday season.

Stephanie Hammitt, first woman to be president of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, dies at 60

Hammitt was named president in 2019 and was thinking of the students even in her final days.

Pilot program will bring high-speed internet to Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood — then maybe beyond

About 1,900 residents and businesses will test the fiber network, starting in late 2023.

Body of missing Carlton County man found in Rat Lake in Aitkin County

Lucas Dudden was found Friday after an extensive land and water search.

Duluth actor Daniel Durant eliminated from 'Dancing with the Stars'

Durant and partner Britt Stewart performed a samba and a waltz, but were eliminated in the semifinals.

Iron Range driver sentenced to probation in death of woman he hit after celebrating his birthday

Michael K. Miller will immediate serve a year in county jail.

Gales of November whip up Lake Superior 47 years after Edmund Fitzgerald sinking

Thursday's anniversary brought wild waves to Lake Superior.

Funeral for Mimi Parker of Low had personal lighting, lots of music — and cream puffs

Her death hit especially hard in Duluth, the music-minded city where the internationally known rock band made its home.

Zeleznikar poised to oust longtime Rep. Mary Murphy in Minnesota House District 3B

Liz Olson easily secured a fourth term in District 8A and political newcomer Alicia Kozlowski took District 8B.

Former Duluth Police Chief Gordon Ramsay elected St. Louis County sheriff

Ross Litman, who has been in the position for 20 years, will retire early next year.