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Boat Collided With Break Wall And Sunk On Lake Superior

DULUTH, Minn. — The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office says a boat collided with a break wall and sunk Tuesday night. At 10:50 p.m. the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office responded to a water emergency at the Minnesota/Wisconsin point of entry on Lake Superior. Officials say five...
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Five people safe, boat collided with break wall

Five boaters found themselves taking on water in their vessel Tuesday night. The St. Louis County Rescue Squad was called to the Minnesota/Wisconsin point of entry, just before 11:00 p.m. The Sheriff’s Office says the group was on Lake Superior in a 35ft boat, when they collided with the break...
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DeNucci secures narrow victory in Senate District 7, set to take on Farnsworth

For the moment the race to represent the DFL in the State Senate District 7 in November was decided by just 41 votes. When the final tally from Tuesday’s primary was posted early Wednesday morning, Itasca County Commissioner and former Nashwauk Mayor Ben DeNucci had narrowly defeated Hibbing’s Kim (Kotonias) McLaughlin, 4,003 to 3,962. According to results posted on the Minnesota Secretary of State (SOS) website, DeNucci secured 50.26% of...

Sheriffs Stepping Down: Longtime law enforcement leaders retiring

DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) --This year, four longtime Northland sheriffs have said they will be stepping down from their positions and will not seek re-election. That includes St. Louis County Sheriff Ross Litman, who is stepping down after more than 20 years and five terms as Sheriff. In July,...

Area Primary Election Results

UNDATED (KDAL) – In Tuesday’s primary election, the race for Sheriff in St. Louis County was narrowed to Gordon Ramsay and Jason Lukovsky in November. In Douglas County, all the candidates were Democrats so by gaining 62 percent of the vote, Matt Izzard was elected Sheriff. In Two...

Misconduct charges dropped against ex-St. Louis County officer in diversion deal

ST. LOUIS COUNTY — Prosecutors this week dropped five misdemeanor charges of misusing official information against a former St. Louis County police officer. The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office dismissed the 2021 case against Amy Loftus, a former St. Louis County police officer, as part of a diversion agreement, said her lawyer Peter Bruntrager. He said the terms of the agreement were confidential but that "we're happy with the outcome we were able to reach with the state."

Ramsay, Lukovsky advance in St. Louis County Sheriff race

Gordon Ramsay and Jason Lukovsky will advanced in the race for St. Louis County Sheriff. The race was narrowed to two from three candidates. Ramsay received the most votes with 41 percent, followed by Lukovsky with 33 percent of the votes. Chad Walsh will not advance to November’s general election.