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Erosion is cracking the road, pushing the slope into the lake, but it's unwelcome news for leaf-peepers.
After a 2017 bridge construction project disturbed an Anishinaabe burial site, MnDOT has new processes to coordinate with tribal governments.
Dr. Eric Ringsred has long been embroiled in legal battles with the city of Duluth.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will euthanize up to 300 Canada geese living on the St. Louis River next summer.
Mike Ceynowa grew up in Fridley and most recently served as deputy of Duluth's patrol division
Snow fell in Ely and along the Gunflint Trail Tuesday morning, though it didn't stick around.
And the Fond du Lac Reservation improves its water system with a $1.2 million upgrade.
The federal civil suit alleges that hazing was common on the high school football team for years.
After a $4 million makeover, the Duluth mansion's garden reflects the original 1907 designs.
The company expects to hire 80 engineers for the center over the next three years.