Duluth News Tribune
Six people were arrested on trespassing charges Tuesday morning after their protest stopped work on a segment of Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline construction in rural Douglas County. People identifying themselves as water protectors shut down heavy equipment operations for a third time in nine days near the Wisconsin-Minnesota border, southwest of Superior. The protesters live-streamed video from the worksite on social media after sunrise and before the authorities arrived. The protests were calling for the removal of Line 3.
"Evidence strongly suggests the remains are (those of LePage), however, positive identification has not yet been determined," the sheriff's office reported in a news release.
Authorities identified the woman killed last week in a one-car crash northeast of Spooner as Judith Ray, 54, of Springbrook, Wis.
The fire department and St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported that authorities were called to the Deeps on Amity Creek at about 5:22 p.m. Saturday on a report that a boy had jumped into the water and did not resurface.
The region’s first club for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community, the Main Club of Superior, is closing in the next month after 34 years in business.
A 63-year-old Superior man is dead after falling down an elevator shaft Tuesday evening.
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar locations in Duluth, Cloquet and Superior will not be closing.
A car linked to a 63-year-old man last seen more than two weeks ago was found stuck on a remote trail north of Duluth over the weekend, and search crews continue to work in that area.
The Apostle Islands quarter is set to be released April 2.
Duluth Business University announced Wednesday that it plans to close next June, citing a drop in enrollment at the 126-year-old school amid uncertainty about its future accreditation.