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IN DEPTH

Long-form journalism from the Duluth Media Group.

As soon as the snow melts, blacklegged ticks and others carrying serious diseases are out looking for your blood. Don't give it to them.
Nearly 50 years after her sexual assault, a Duluth native confronts the past and wonders if she'll ever learn the truth.
Department of Natural Resources biologists are studying why perch are shrinking in size and number.
Shaun and Mercedes Floerke of Duluth paddled the Voyageurs’ route from Crane Lake to South Fowl Lake.

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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.
"We just want closure," said Valerie (Fisher) Blomquist, sister of Michael Dennis Fisher, who went missing in 1966 during his newspaper route.
The sighting drew hundreds of ghost hunters to the spot on Second Avenue East and Superior Street in Duluth
Prosecuting a police officer historically hasn't been an easy task, several legal experts said, but the Minneapolis incident brought a worldwide movement and has a former officer facing the potential of a lengthy prison term.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office isn't done with the cold murder case of Dale Wheeler, recently assigning a new investigator to the case.
Emily Ford's trek around Wisconsin will take 70 days, cover nearly 1,200 miles.

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"Indigenous Impacts: How Native American communities are responding to COVID-19" takes a deep dive into the effects of the coronavirus on Native American communities and individuals, and looks at how they are battling against the pandemic and the unique problems it poses to their people.
In October 2018, the 29-year-old New Mexico resident took on the challenge of winter camping by himself in northern Minnesota. How he died there remains a mystery.
DULUTH -- As people stood in line for sack breakfasts Monday, July 13, in the Damiano Center parking lot in Duluth, Flora Woodfork didn’t need to be told homelessness was on the rise in the city of Duluth.

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