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Brady Slater

Brady Slater covers St. Louis County and transportation for the Duluth News Tribune. He's a veteran journalist, and a University of Pittsburgh graduate who was born and raised in the Northland. He can be reached by emailing bslater@duluthnews.com or by calling or texting 218-721-2724.

The bridge won’t be refurbished. Instead, it will be a full replacement beginning in 2028, with construction lasting five or six years.
Starting its 50th season since opening in 1973, the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum remains treasured by the Iron Range town that built it.
The Bois Forte Band of Chippewa celebrated the return of thousands of acres of forest lands — set in motion thanks to land conservation efforts.
The commissioning of USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul, the first ceremony like it in state history, packed the port with dignitaries, military service veterans.
According to police, Brandon Taylor Cole-Skogstad shot four family members, a dog, and then himself.
Already 2022 has emerged as a crucial year for Northern Lights Express, the proposed commuter railway that faces more state hurdles than federal ones.
Nearly 50 years after her sexual assault, a Duluth native confronts the past and wonders if she'll ever learn the truth.
In breaking a lifetime of silence, an Iron Range woman connected her convicted killer of a father to the 1977 murder of 19-year-old Cindy Elias. While there's DNA evidence pointing at him, St. Louis County authorities are waiting to learn more through an ongoing reexamination of the case.