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Man charged with fatally shooting former lover’s ex-boyfriend in Duluth
DULUTH, Minn. — A man accused in Monday’s fatal shooting in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood said his relationship with the victim grew increasingly hostile, according to court records.
Hayward hospital receives bomb threat
The hospital in Hayward, Wis., was one of several locations nationwide that received a bomb threat Thursday. Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office was informed about a bomb threat at 12:43 p.m. that was sent via email to Hayward Area Memorial Hospital and Water’s Edge, which shares a building with Essentia
Duluth police add opioid technician
The Duluth Police Department has added another resource in the fight against the opioid epidemic. Jessica McCarthy started Tuesday as the department’s first opioid technician, a role that will help respond to overdose victims, provide chemical dependency referrals and develop and coordinate outreach
Man formally charged in Gary-New Duluth homicide
The fatal shooting in front of a Gary-New Duluth residence on Monday involved two men who "grew up together" and had a relationship with the same woman, according to the criminal complaint.
Duluth Police Investigate Stabbing Incident, One Injured
DULUTH, Minn. – A Duluth man has been transported to St. Luke’s Hospital following a stabbing Wednesday afternoon. According to the Duluth Police Department, officers were called to the 2800 Block of West 3rd Street on the report of a 27-year-old male stabbing victim.
Emergency warming shelter slated for West Duluth
A public building in West Duluth will be used as an emergency warming shelter on the coldest nights, officials say. The St. Louis County Board on Tuesday approved spending up to $65,000 to fund emergency warming shelters in Duluth and on the Iron Range, county spokeswoman Dana Kazel said.
Davenport denies role in Grahek's death
BRAINERD — Deandre Demetrius Davenport never entered William Grahek's residence on Valentine's Day 2017, a defense attorney told jurors Wednesday. In his opening statement on the first day of testimony in Davenport's murder trial, attorney Tayler Rahm asserted that convicted co-defendant Noah Duane
Video: Minnesota Officers End Up Playing Video Game After Responding to Noise Complaint
It started as a noise complaint but ended with St. Paul police officers playing video games with a group of friends gathered at an apartment. — ST. PAUL, Minnesota -- It started as a noise complaint but ended with St. Paul police officers playing video games with a group of friends gathered at an ap
College men's hockey: Three Bulldogs, Sandelin in search of World Juniors gold
With finals week fading in the rearview mirror, most of the Minnesota Duluth men's hockey team is heading home for the holidays this weekend. Sophomore defensemen Mikey Anderson and Dylan Samberg, freshman forward Noah Cates and head coach Scott Sandelin are heading west to meet up with the rest of
Terminally ill man charged in Duluth homicide
The man accused in Monday’s fatal shooting in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood has a terminal illness and referenced that as his relationship with the victim grew increasingly hostile, according to court records.
Hibbing man charged with manslaughter in Gary New Duluth fatal shooting
DULUTH, MN — A Hibbing man has been charged in the shooting death of another man in the Gary New Duluth neighborhood earlier this week. Brian Ross Shaw, 34, made his first appearance in St. Louis County Court Thursday morning. He’s facing 2nd Degree Manslaughter charges in the death of 35-year-old K
Victim ID’d In Fatal Shooting in Gary-New Duluth; Suspect in Custody
DULUTH, Minn. – A 34-year-old man has been arrested for his involvement in the shooting and killing of Kevin John Weiss, 35, in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood Monday evening.
Duluth among New York Post’s 10 best Christmas towns
Whether it’s the lights of Bentleyville, the holiday train or simply the smiles on volunteers’ faces as they hand out hot chocolate to holiday light-tourists, Duluth has charmed its way onto the New York Post’s list of 10 best Christmas towns in America.
Movie Premiere at The Marshall School In Duluth
DULUTH, Minn.- A big premiere happened in Duluth at The Marshall School, showcases a screening of a movie that was filmed in their building about a year ago. Students of all ages piled in to the auditorium excited to see the feature film that is bringing so much attention to their school.
Victim, suspect ID'ed in fatal Duluth shooting
Duluth police have identified the victim and suspect in a shooting death outside a Gary-New Duluth residence on Monday night. Kevin John Weiss, 33, was killed following an altercation outside a home on the 100 block of West Reis Street around 6:15 p.m., police said Tuesday morning.
DTA temporarily pulls electric buses
Issues with hill braking and on-board heat led the Duluth Transit Authority to pull its new fleet of electric buses from routes on the last day of November. The buses are in the process of making it back to the streets, but not before passing field tests and updating driver training, said General Ma
Man killed in Gary-New Duluth shooting
One man is dead after a shooting in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood, police reported. Duluth police said they were called to the 100 block of West Reis Street at 6:15 p.m. Monday on a report that one man had been shot by another. Paramedics tried to save the victim's life but were unsuccessful. He
Man jailed after Duluth shooting death
A 34-year-old man was jailed on a preliminary charge of second-degree manslaughter after a shooting death in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood Monday night. Brian Ross Shaw was booked into the St. Louis County Jail just before 11 p.m. No formal charges have been filed in court.
Play area coming to Miller Hill Mall
An outdoor-themed indoor children’s play area is coming to Miller Hill Mall in Duluth. Located between Legacy Toys and Lane Bryant in front of the former Sears entrance, the open-concept play area will include safe spaces for toddlers to play and interactive games for older kids.
Reader's View: West Duluth can't lose Dollar Tree, too
I have three words for those who seem intent on destroying the West Duluth Dollar Tree store: Knock it off! The windows have at least twice been smashed. There have been two fires, both of which were likely arson ("Dollar Tree fire investigated as arson," Dec. 7).