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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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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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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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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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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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Duluth Digs Out from as Much as 16 Inches of Snow

The Duluth area is digging out from its second blast of heavy snow in a week. Lake-effect snow dropped several inches on the Duluth area Sunday on top of a foot or more that fell on Saturday, pushing totals as high as 16 inches.

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MN Man’s Shootout Death Much Like His Brother’s

A Duluth, Minnesota man who died after a shooting with police in Superior had lost his brother under similar circumstances in Alaska about six years ago.

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Mayor Threatens to Shut Down Duluth Casino

The mayor of Duluth is threatening to shut down the local Indian casino if an agreement cannot be reached on revenue sharing.

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Duluth Council Against Ban on Same-Sex Marriage

The Duluth City Council is opposed to a state constitutional amendment to make same-sex marriage illegal in Minnesota.

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Duluth Attorney Advertises That He’s Alive

An attorney has taken out an ad in the obituary section of a Duluth newspaper to let readers know he's alive and well. Sixty-three-year-old Robert Kaner says he wants to correct the widespread belief that he died.

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