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About: duluth, minnesota

Duluth, a port city in Minnesota, is the fourth largest city in the state. Duluth is located on the north side of Lake Superior and can reach the Atlantic Ocean through the other Great Lakes and the Erie Canal. The name Duluth comes from the first known European explorer in the area, Daniel Greaysolon Sieur du Lhut. Attractions include the Duluth Art Institute, the Tweed Museum of Art, The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, and the Homegrown Music Festival. Held in May of each year the festival plays host to 130 local music acts.

Population: 84397
Local Newspapers: Duluth News Tribune, Duluth Budgeteer News Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity of Minnesota - Duluth

Zip Codes associated with duluth, minnesota: 55701, 55802, 55803, 55804, 55805, 55806, 55807, 55810, 55811, 55812
Towns/Cities near duluth, minnesota : Arnold, Grand Lake, Hermantown, Proctor, Cloquet, Superior WI

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Minnesota news in brief at 7:58 p.m. CDT

St. Olaf said federal law and college policy limit its ability to discuss details but said an investigation found the misconduct "constitutes ridicule, harassment, and public displays of servitude under St. Olaf's hazing policy." The incidents also involved underage drinking, the school said in a statement.

Spring is here and so is rhubarb

Jeff Van Straaten, the "rhubarb harvesting guru" in Duluth, Minn., collects a majority of the 12,000-some stalks that are needed for the city's annual rhubarb festival. My Midwestern heart beats faster the first time I see fresh stalks of bright-red rhubarb in the produce sections of Tucson's supermarkets.

Taxicab Smoking, Fare Rate Metrics Debated at Public Meeting

More than two dozen taxi owners, drivers and residents gathered at Duluth City Hall on Thursday afternoon to weigh in on a new ordinance would ban smoking and standardize fare rate metrics among other changes for taxicabs. City Councilor Sharla Gardner hosted the meeting and said public concern about taxi cabs in Duluth is what has been driving work on the ordinance that could bring big changes for companies drivers and passengers.

Forest Service Extends Comment Period On BWCA Land Swap

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Retailers concerned about downtown parking

Some Downtown Duluth retailers are concerned about the city's plan to reconstruct Superior Street and how it will affect parking. At a Tuesday meeting, the issue of establishing bicycle lanes drew concern from several business owners, who said adding bike lanes would take away from on-street parking spaces.

'Alcohol and speed' suspected in snowmobile crash on lake that killed UMD student

The snowmobile struck an island in the middle of the lake, throwing both men off the machine, the Sheriff's Office said. Drinking and speeding are suspected of being behind a snowmobile crash on a dark Iron Range lake that killed the driver and seriously injured his rider, authorities said.

Grand Rapids Man Charged After Allegedly Stabbing Brother

Authorities say a Grand Rapids man is facing a 2nd degree attempted murder charge after he allegedly stabbed a family member Wednesday morning. According to the criminal complaint 31-year old Kalin Vaughn William Wenell-Jack is accused of stabbing his brother multiple times in the chest, stomach, arms and hands during an argument .

Soul Asylum & Meat Puppets touring together this summer, playing Brooklyn Bowl

Usually, the only place to see Soul Asylum and Meat Puppets together was probably on that one episode of MTV Alternative Nation from 1993 where both "Runaway Train" and "Backwater" were both played. But these two bands will be on the road together for the "Fly Over Tour" which hits NYC on June 20 at Brooklyn Bowl .

Dangerous Drug "Marijuana Wax" is on the Rise in MN

A St. Cloud man collapsed in tears and told a police officer "I just killed my grandma" last Nov. 22 after accidentally starting a fire while making Marijuana Wax, according to a criminal complaint. Dustin Zablocki, 18, of St. Cloud, and Justin Pick, 19, of Sartell, were each charged Wednesday with two counts of third-degree aiding and abetting murder.

Duluth Police Demonstrate Body Camera Use

Less than two months ago, Duluth became the first city in Minnesota to where every patrol officer is required to wear a body camera. Over 90 officers wear the chest mounted cameras for every shift.

Duluth Taxi Ordinance could see potential changes

Duluth City Councilor Sharla Gardner said she is seeking to have cabs entirely smoke free. Currently, cab drivers are allowed to smoke in vehicles if a passenger is not present.

State charges against former Duluth firefighter tabled for now

A St. Louis County court case against a former Duluth firefighter is currently being tabled while the court decides whether to move forward with the state charges or drop them. Caleb Lofald, 33, faces five charges from the state.

Duluth asking the state for help with funding Cirrus expansion

Cirrus Aircraft is looking to expand its operations in Duluth and the city is offering a helping hand with funding. The new building is needed to help fill the over 500 orders for its $2 million Vision Jet.

Duluth parking officials update community on plans for downtown

Instead, they say they'll do more studying of putting bike lanes on 1st and Michigan Streets in downtown Duluth. Among other things, they're hoping to make parking easier for people downtown.

Duluth to Make Downtown More Bike-Friendly

On Tuesday, the Greater Downtown Council teamed up with the chamber of commerce, Canal Park Business Association and Visit Duluth to give the public an update on what's going on with parking and transportation in the city. Keith Hamre, director of planning and construction services for the city, said the younger generation is biking more and more downtown, and the city has to adjust accordingly.

Dozens of Car Windows Shot Out in West Duluth

The Duluth Police Department says it appears a pellet or BB-type gun was used to shoot out dozens of vehicle windows overnight in West Duluth. Police have taken about 35 reports of damage to vehicles in Duluth, and Proctor police have received reports of three vehicles and one business with windows shot out.

Nearly 40 vehicles, and one business, vandalized in Duluth/Proctor area

Authorities tallied up the numbers on Tuesday and found that there have been nearly forty cases of property damage reports in Proctor and Duluth in recent days. Windows were shot out, probably by a pellet or BB gun, in 35 vehicles in Duluth and three in Proctor.