Duluth Reporter | Duluth/Superior

Jana Hollingsworth spent more than a dozen years covering education and Native American issues for the Duluth News Tribune. She began her journalism career with the University of St. Thomas campus newspaper, the Aquin, and has also worked for the Superior Daily Telegram. She grew up in Proctor, Minn., and lives in Duluth with her husband and daughter.

North Shore residents fear marina sale will harm community

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources owns the Knife River Marina on Lake Superior, and is eyeing a sale as costs to maintain the basin escalate.

Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft opens $20 million innovation center

Duluth sold the building to Cirrus for $1.

Struggling Duluth Entertainment Convention Center gets $1 million line of credit

The Duluth City Council approved a $1 million line of credit to the publicly funded entertainment center, good for one year as the DECC looks to reduce spending.

Controversial group at U of M medical school in Duluth divides students

The Catholic group opposes gender-affirming care, sparking concern for future patients.

2,500 new homes in downtown Duluth in 5 years? Maybe.

Duluth is exploring the potential to replace vacant office space with places to live.

Duluth mayor, challenger clash in standing-room-only debate

Two-term Duluth Mayor Emily Larson faces off against Roger Reinert, a former state legislator.

'Everyone is welcome': What to know about attending a powwow

Tribes like the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe blend modern life with old traditions as they gather for powwows.

Duluth proposes new $72 million downtown library — if it gets federal and state help

A new library would house several city entities, including police units.

Carlton County wildfire continues to smolder despite rain; three homes remain evacuated

Hot and dry conditions contributed to rapid spread of flames on Labor Day.

Wildfire burns in Carlton County, threatening properties

The fire, estimated to be between 40 and 70 acres, was detected Monday.