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DULUTH — A suicidal man held a deer rifle up to his head during hunting season and when his family got the rifle away from him, he took off running into the woods. He told his family he was going to take pills and they would never find him in the woods. Then Conservation Officer Scott Staples and his K-9 partner Schody were called in.
GRAND MARAIS, Minn.—A Northfield, Minn., man was charged with assault after he allegedly tried to strangle a woman, bite off part of a man's finger and injuring a law enforcement officer during a Rainbow Gathering in the Superior National Forest. Spencer R. Fredrickson, 20, was charged Tuesday in State District Court with first-degree assault and fourth-degree assault on a peace officer.
DULUTH — Fifty empty, lidless wood coffins and a possible human leg bone have been found buried in the ground along Arlington Avenue in Duluth in the last week.
DULUTH—Julie Peterson Stulz's 25-year nursing career was ended by an assault. Stulz was talking to a patient who came into the psychiatric emergency department at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis when the patient started punching her in the face. She fell, hit her head on the wall and the patient started beating her head, she said.
DULUTH — A Duluth priest suing a man who has accused him of sexual abuse has been added to the Diocese of Duluth's list of priests it has determined to be "credibly accused." The Diocese announced on Sunday, Aug. 5, that the Rev. William C. Graham, who is arguing in his lawsuit that he has been falsely accused, and the Rev. Roland Antus were found to be credibly accused of sexual abuse following the Diocese's investigation into the allegations.
GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — Rick Bain, Matt Roy and Ryan Webb were only a week into canoeing the entire Mississippi River and they already had hours of stories about wildlife and whitecaps to tell when they stopped in Grand Rapids on Tuesday, July 24. Lake Winnibigoshish was choppy with 4-foot rollers going in every direction a few days before, but instead of skirting along the lakeshore to avoid the waves, the three combat veterans decided to chance it going straight across.
DULUTH—Malachy Koons reapplied sunscreen three times by mid-afternoon while working rows of potatoes on the farm. Keeping up his energy during a full day of work and getting all the dirt washed off can be challenging, too, but none of it compares to the satisfaction the University of Minnesota Duluth senior feels about his work.
DRUMMOND, Wis.—Drummond in far northwest Wisconsin remained an isolated island among the floodwaters on Tuesday, June 19.. Flooded roads still blocked the routes in or out of town and dozens of residents were still stuck in their homes. And it's going to take more than one river or lake receding for life to return to normal in the flooded town of about 450 residents in Bayfield County.
SUPERIOR, Wis.—Two people died and many roads remained inaccessible after a series of storms brought flooding and washouts across northwest Wisconsin just across the border from Minnesota over the weekend. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Monday declared a state of emergency in Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas and Iron counties
DULUTH, Minn. -- The 1,004-foot freighter American Spirit left Duluth on Monday morning after spending several hours grounded in the Duluth harbor. The investigation into the grounding, however, is still in its early stages.