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Topic - Duluth
A northeastern Minnesota man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally stabbing a Duluth landlord.
The city of Duluth has worked hard to add jobs and make the city more attractive by nurturing its arts and outdoors scene. Now it's coping with a problem caused by success: not enough housing for all those people moving in.
Prosecutors say a Two Harbors man has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a Duluth landlord in his apartment.
Prosecutors say a Duluth woman has admitted her role in the 2012 stabbing death of her former landlord.
The little hill at Duluth's Chester Bowl is a throwback to a time when skiing was more community than industry, a place where kids can ski without their parents needing a second mortgage.