Duluth continues to dry out and officials are taking stock of the devastating damage left behind from Wednesday’s historic floods. Floodwaters are pushing south and have submerged the town of Moose Lake.
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Heavy rain caused major flooding in Duluth, Minn. and up the North Shore of Lake Superior. Sinkholes swallowed cars as Duluth’s stormwater system failed under the pressure of a flood not seen in a century.
Heavy rain is causing major flooding in Duluth, Minn. and up the North Shore. I35 is closed in several sections in Duluth, Highway 61 is impassable along portions of the North Shore.
Mosquito season peaking in Twin Cities; Paulsen’s legislation, stock portfolio intersect; City of St. Paul seeks to stop photo ID; Kline leads NRCC effort in tough races
An appeals court in Minnesota is allowing AT&T to build a 450-foot cell tower that will be visible from within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
High cropland prices sow fortune and worry; Is Wisconsin ripe for a Romney win?; Minnesota’s reputation as electoral battleground state appears to be waning; Job numbers dropped under Gov. Romney: True; Twins outlast Brewers in 15 innings; Cold Spring Brewing Co. manager sees optimistic future with new $12 million expansion
Howler, tUnE-yArDs, Doomtree, Trampled by Turtles and The Hold Steady played outside the Walker Art Center Saturday. Here’s a look at some of the photos taken there.
Former Governor Ventura beats up on the two-party system and money in politics, and Minnesotans cheer him on; General Mills comes out against the marriage amendment; Farm bill; Politicians reveal riches (or lack thereof); and Senate candidate Kurt Bills stars in a bizarre short film.
Cannon River flooding; Minnesota political leaders makes less money than other delegations; Minn. delegation less wealthy than other states; Marriage amendment: Where Minnesota corporations stand; Rick Nolan makes case for Act 2 in Congress
The Northern Wave will ultimately link to other high speed networks, in Seattle and Chicago, potentially allowing researchers around the world to more easily collaborate on projects