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He is to be sentenced on the felony kidnapping with intent to terrorize conviction June 30.
A man was transported to the Ely Community Hospital after accidentally shooting himself in the buttocks Thursday. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office reported that it was called to the Angleworm Lake area off the Echo Trail for a man who had accidentally shot himself while camping at about 3 p.m.
The storms are capable of producing wind gusts to 35 mph, dime-size hail, lightning and torrential rainfall.
CANDO, N.D. - A 18-year-old Cando man was arrested Sunday night, June 11, and is being detained on potential attempted murder charges. Towner County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Doug Howard said the man was arrested after a domestic incident about 9 p.m. Sunday in Cando. He was booked into the Lake Region Correctional Center at 10:25 p.m. Sunday, jail records show. Nobody was injured in the incident, Howard said.
GRAFTON, N.D. - They've been warning the public not to use it. Now police are being told to watch out for it, as just touching fentanyl could kill them. Officers are having to change their approach to the dangerous epidemic so they don't fall victim. Cases across the country have been reported of police and emergency personnel being treated for accidental fentanyl overdoses. And they aren't even using it.
BRAINERD, Minn. -- The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office searched Friday for a possible missing boater on Nokay Lake, east of Brainerd. Capt. Scott Goddard of the sheriff's office said the boat and water division and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources were searching for a 54-year-old Brainerd man. The DNR and later the Minnesota State Patrol assisted from the air, although the man was not located by 7:30 p.m. Friday. Officials withheld the name of the missing man while attempting to contact family members. Goddard said responders would continue the search at daybreak Saturday.
Two tugboats arrived in Duluth on Tuesday to replace two of Heritage Marine's current tugboats, the Edward H. and Nels J.
Just under the required deadline, Bob Dylan has delivered his official Nobel Prize lecture — and he leads it off by talking about seeing Buddy Holly perform in Duluth.
COLFAX, N.D. — A Bemidji man escaped his vehicle Saturday, June 3 before it started on fire after it crashed into a bridge, entered the median and crossed lanes of traffic. Georgene Gross, 73, totaled his 2005 Dodge Caravan after becoming "distracted inside the vehicle," reports Sgt. Luke Hendrickson, with the North Dakota State Patrol, in a news release issued Saturday afternoon. Gross began crashing into barriers around 1 p.m., Hendrickson said, when he was traveling southbound on Interstate 29, about 4 miles south of Colfax.
DULUTH, Minn. — Lake Superior rose an inch more than it usually does in May, according to the monthly report released Friday, June 2, by the International Lake Superior Board of Control. The big lake rose 5 inches in May, a month it usually goes up 4 inches. Lake Superior now sits 9 inches above the long-term June 1 average and 4 inches higher than at this time in 2016.