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Tall ships in Duluth Harbor - Photo by flickr usr Oakley Originals
Tall ships in Duluth Harbor - Photo by flickr usr Oakley Originals
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Ahoy Matey! Tall Ships Sail Into Duluth

July 25th-27th, 8 tall masted ships, right out of Pirates of the Caribbean, will arrive in Port au Duluth. They're expecting at least a quarter million spectators to the event.

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Attorney General Lori Swanson
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Duluth Residents: Help Us Take On Synthetic Drugs

Duluth residents are calling on Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson for help combating synthetic drugs.

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Duluth Harbor
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First Big Ocean Ship to Hit Duluth Friday

Duluth residents will be able to watch the first ocean liner of the year sail into the harbor today.

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30 Arrested In Twin Ports In Cocaine Investigation

Police have arrested 30 people in an alleged crack cocaine trafficking ring in Duluth and Superior, Wis.

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Photo by Jen Jacobs
Photo by Jen Jacobs
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FEMA Grants $2 Million to Help Fix Duluth Wastewater Pipe

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is granting $2 million to help repair a 3-foot wastewater pipe damaged by Duluth storm damage last June. U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan announced the grant Monday. Nolan says the grant will go to the city of Duluth and the state of Minnesota to repair damage to the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District pipe.

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Minnesota Issues
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Duluth Police ID Victim of Fatal Stabbing

Police in Duluth have released the name of a 54-year-old man who was fatally stabbed last week. Police say Kevin John Tyman of Duluth died at an area hospital late Friday.

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Minnesota Issues
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Judge Throws Out Head Shop Lawsuit Against Duluth

A judge has thrown out a Duluth head shop owner's lawsuit against the city over a 2011 raid.

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Willard Munger State Trail
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Flood-Damaged Willard Munger Trail Reopens

A 14-mile section of the Willard Munger State Trail that was damaged by June flooding in the Duluth area has reopened. The Department of Natural Resources made the announcement Wednesday.

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Glensheen Mansion
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Surveyors Scope Out Damage at Glensheen Mansion

Surveyors have been using high-tech equipment in creeks near the historic Glensheen mansion this week to figure out just how much damage was caused by last June's flooding in Duluth. Surveyors from Minneapolis-based Clark Engineering Corp. are collecting 3D scans of Tischer Creek and Bent Brook.

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Photo by Jen Jacobs
Photo by Jen Jacobs
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Boy, 13, Pulled from Lake Superior Dies

A teenager who was pulled from Lake Superior off the Duluth shore has died. The St. Louis County sheriff's office says 13-year-old Jeffrey Watson Junior died about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at a Twin Cities hospital.

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