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Protest Closes Several Downtown Duluth Streets

DULUTH, MN (KDAL) – The Duluth Chief of Police, Mike Tusken, is asking protesters to keep rallies in public or private spaces and off city streets. Following a large rally in downtown Duluth Monday evening that was protesting the overturning of Roe V. Wade, Tusken made the comments in a Facebook post.
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Vake To Head Iron Mining Association

DULUTH, MN (KDAL) – Former evening news anchor at CBS-3 Duluth, Kristen Vake, has been named as Executive Director of the Iron Mining Association (IMA) of Minnesota. Vake, a native of Chisholm, covered many aspects of the iron mining industry during her journalism career and the association’s Board Chair, Chrissy Bartovich, says her deep roots in the mining industry and her passion for the Iron Range makes her uniquely qualified to lead the IMA.
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Superior woman charged with animal mistreatment

SUPERIOR — A Superior woman who allegedly mistreated the cats in her apartment made her initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court June 3. Donna Marie Faugerstrom, 59, faces eight counts of mistreating animals, all misdemeanor violations. A $3,000 signature bond was set for Faugerstrom, and she was ordered not to possess or care for any animals.

45 years since Glensheen Mansion murders in Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. (FOX 9) - Monday marks 45 years since the shocking murder of a wealthy heiress and her nurse at a historic Duluth mansion. On June 27, 1977, Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse Velma Pietila murdered inside the Glensheen Mansion. Police found that Congdon had been suffocated with a satin pillow in her bed while Pietila had been beaten to death with a candlestick.

Minnesota abortion clinics prepare for more patients now that Roe v. Wade is overturned

MINNEAPOLIS -- When Whole Woman's Health opened in Bloomington in February, the group highlighted its proximity to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.That was before Roe v. Wade drastically changed where there is access to abortion in America. Now the clinic says it plans to expand its services in Minnesota, where abortion is still legal because of a state Supreme Court ruling from 27 years ago."We have been increasing our staff and our physicians and our appointment availability in Minnesota," said Amy Hagstrom Miller, CEO of Whole Woman's Health, which operates clinics in Texas, Indiana, Virginia and Maryland, and offers telehealth in...
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‘Abortion Is Healthcare’: Roe V. Wade Protest In Duluth

DULUTH, Minn.– As rallies against the Roe v. Wade overturn continue on, in the United States, people in Duluth held their own protest outside of the Women’s Care Center, a clinic that provides consultations and support for expecting mothers. It does not offer abortions. The protest was organized...

Star studded coaching staff to headline Twin Ports Pro Development Camp

In a month the puck will drop on the 7th annual Twin Ports Pro Development Camp (TPPDC). The four days of hockey training will be led by a star studded coaching staff of former University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) Bulldogs, Northland standouts, and professional players. A core group of instructors...

3 apply for open Duluth City Council seat

DULUTH, MN -- Three people are vying to fill an open seat on the Duluth City Council. Ashlie Castaldo, Hannah Alstead, and Hannah Smith all applied. The first round of interviews is expected to be July 7 with a second round on July 11. Then current city councilors will pick...

Multiple chances for severe storms

From the National Weather Service • Duluth • June 28, 2022. The Northland begins an active pattern starting today with multiple chances for severe thunderstorms in the coming days. Today's threat will generate in the afternoon and evening as a cold front drops southeast. Main hazards will be damaging wind, hail, and a possible tornado. Be sure to stay weather aware over the next several days. As new data comes in these severe outlooks will be updated.

Several chances of showers and thunderstorms for mid-week

DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) - Tuesday: Most wake up Tuesday dry, but through the day, there are chances of a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Showers and storms are scattered and hit or miss in nature. Throughout the rest of the day, we will be looking at a mixture of sun and clouds. There is a shot of a few isolated severe storms primarily across northern Wisconsin. The biggest threats with any severe weather would be strong winds and possibly some damaging hail. Winds are out of the northwest between 10-15 MPH. We clear out through the overnight hour tonight as temperatures fall back into the 40s.

City by City: Cable, Cloquet, Iron River

Cable, WI -- The Cable’s Natural History Museum has gotten a new addition. A pavilion was built at the Museum’s Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area. It has been named “Wake Robin,” a common name for Trillium. The three petals represent wonder, discovery, and responsibility from the Museum’s mission statement. It will serve as a large, dry, and bug-free assembly room at Wayside Wanderings, providing opportunity for programs limited by the layout of the Museum’s current public spaces.