Duluth News Tribune
Herb Bergson, a former mayor of both Duluth and Superior, was arrested Tuesday afternoon following a vehicle crash in Douglas County.
A winter storm remained on track late Saturday to bring heavy snow to parts of Northwestern Wisconsin from Monday into Tuesday.
The Duluth-bound lanes of the Blatnik Bridge reopened at 9:30 a.m. today following the third crash of the morning.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Faculty Senate late Friday announced a majority of its members have voted "no confidence" in university administration, in the wake of a decision earlier this year to suspend more than two dozen academic programs. The vote of no confidence passed with the support of about 59 percent of Faculty Senate members who cast ballots, the group said. Eighty-eight of UWS' 96 faculty members voted.
In all capital letters on a crudely drawn silhouette of the country, the shirt reads “F--- off we’re full.”
Firefighters located the fire in the belt system that transports coal 100 feet in the air, and the fire had traveled down that system to approximately 50 feet below ground.
DULUTH, Minn. -- A 24-year-old woman found on a Duluth roadside last week with severe burns had set herself on fire, authorities said Wednesday. The Duluth Police Department reported that its investigation concluded that Jaclyn Arnold’s injuries were “self-inflicted.” Officials earlier said they were treating it as a criminal incident pending further investigation.
A masked bandit quickly realized it was in over its head in Duluth earlier this week — and police officers came to the rescue.
Debris-covered roads have prevented the large truck from traveling around the island, but it's serving as a fueling station for smaller trucks that are able to traverse the roads.
Authorities have identified a body found Tuesday as that of a missing Cloverland man. Fred Luostari, 52, was last heard from the evening of Sept. 28, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reported. His body was found Tuesday around 12:30 p.m. in the woods about a half-mile from his residence. Foul play is not suspected, the Sheriff’s Office said. Investigators believe Luostari became disoriented while attempting to walk home through the woods after his car became stuck in the mud on property owned by his family.