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Two car crash 5000 block of Rice Lake Road

Two car crash 5000 block of Rice Lake Road

On January 26, 2019, at approximately 6:00 p.m., St. Louis County Deputies responded to the 5000 block of Rice Lake Road for a report of a two vehicle crash. When deputies arrived, they learned that a truck being operated by a 30 year old Duluth man was traveling North on Rice Lake Road when he crossed over the center line colliding, nearly head on, with a Toyota Prius that was occupied by a 19 year old male from Cross Lake, Minnesota and a 21 year old female from Woodbury, Minnesota. 

Monday, January 28, 2019/Number of views (0)
Structure Fire (Morse Township)

Structure Fire (Morse Township)

On January 25th, 2019 at approximately 10:45 P.M. a passing motorist reported seeing a structure fire off of Hwy 169 in Morse Township. 
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Daniel Lynn Convicted of Second Degree Murder

Daniel Lynn Convicted of Second Degree Murder

On January 23, 2019, Daniel Gregory Lynn pleaded guilty to the crime of Second Degree Murder (unintentional while committing a felony assault) of Christina Marie Woods at the St. Louis County courthouse in Virginia, St. Louis County attorney Mark Rubin said.
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Duluth Men Convicted for Sex Trafficking of a Minor

Duluth Men Convicted for Sex Trafficking of a Minor

Two Duluth men who sexually trafficked and sexually assaulted a 15 year old girl have been convicted in United States District Court, St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin said. 
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Annual count of homeless in St. Louis County set for this week

Annual count of homeless in St. Louis County set for this week

Recent discussions about the need for emergency warming centers has brought a new level of awareness to the issue of homelessness in our region during these brutally cold winter months.

How many people are in this situation, as “unsheltered homeless”, is the focus of an annual count, which St. Louis County’s Public Health and Human Service Department is conducting tomorrow. The County is working with community service providers and agencies to complete a federally required Point in Time Homeless Count. The purpose is to identify people who are homeless and not staying in a shelter tonight, January 23, 2019.

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