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Rising thefts of catalytic converters

Rising thefts of catalytic converters

Fed foresees a potential rate hike as soon as next year

United Airlines: 97% US workers fully vaccinated

Hiring healthcare providers during the pandemic, how has it been going?

Judge loosens Apple's grip on app store in Epic decision

Superior City Council discusses how to manage tourism promotion and finances

Coleman plant in Sauk Rapids closing, eliminating 175 jobs

Duluth's tourism is up, benefiting businesses this summer

Apple delays iPhone photo-scanning plan amid fierce backlash

GM, Ford halt some production as chip shortage worsens

Wisconsin backs down on regulating swimming pool rental app

Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles

Wall Street rallies back to records following Fed speech
With sales still surging, Best Buy raises prospects for 2021
Group says survey backs cap on payday loan interest rates
Target extends streak even as online sales growth cools
Minnesota State Fair finalizes health guidelines ahead of opening day
Duluth's future pedestrian area Harbor Plaza, is looking for your input
Duluth's Tourism partnership debate continues with new information from Emily Larson
US jobless claims drop by 14,000 to 385,000
Apple Fitness+ launches new Time to Walk episodes

Apple Fitness+ launches new Time to Walk episodes

Airbnb celebrates 25 Years of ‘Macarena’ with Spain Getaway featuring Los Del Río
NBA announces new partnership with the game Fortnite
Apple music is bringing better sound quality to subscribers at no extra charge
TikTok reportedly launching a new job hunting feature
A shortage of human workers has a Florida restaurant turning to robots
Vaccines: What's New, What's Next

Vaccines: What's New, What's Next

Few COVID-19 vaccinated patients need intensive care
Health official: Booster use may be expanded
Itasca County health Briefing for September 16
MOCA's Light Duluth Teal event lifts spirits and raises money
Local doctors emphasize importance of preventative health screenings
The new rental center is located in the back of Frost River Trading.

Frost River Trading opens a new rental center

Customers can now rent out their bestselling packs and accessories.

Calling all artists: Essentia looking for pieces to decorate Vision Northland

Citing updated CDC guidance, Target updates mask policy

Take the survey about telecommuting

Costco construction continuing as planned, opening in the fall of 2021

Flights from Duluth to Denver set to happen in the near future

Regulators deny CenturyLink's bid to change landline rules

Numerous websites briefly go down in widespread outage

Downtown Duluth Farmer's market cancels dates for remainder of the season

Business is Booming in Duluth

Time to celebrate Edna G's 125th anniversary in Two Harbors

Cleveland-Cliffs says 75% of employees are vaccinated

U.S. Steel donates $350,000 to Rock Ridge Schools

Mesabi Metallics announces land purchase

Biden getting COVID-19 booster shot after authorization

Then President-elect Joe Biden gets COVID-19 vaccine in December.

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

Police: Utah football player killed in house party shooting

The shooting that killed 21-year-old Aaron Lowe occurred just after midnight, only hours after the Utes beat Washington State 24-13.

Nonprofit grants propel prosecutor push on racial injustice

Some offices are revamping diversion programs or changing how they prosecute specific crimes. Others are finding ways to keep juveniles out of the criminal justice system before they're ever charged.

US is confident they have enough COVID-19 vaccines for boosters, kids' shots

A spike in demand is expected after the Centers and Disease Control and Prevention endorsed boosters of the Pfizer vaccine for all Americans 65 and older.

4 accused of plotting school attack on Columbine anniversary

Investigators say a girl’s mother told police her daughter was “obsessed with Columbine.”