Fox News Channel (FNC) is shutting down its Duluth News & Tribune, a conservative-leaning online publication owned by a family that owns the Tribune.
The newsroom was shut down for a week as a result of the decision, which follows similar decisions made by the Washington Post & ; Times &” and The New York Times.
In a statement, Fox News said, “We will continue to focus on our core mission of delivering the most honest news, as we have done since 2010, and the stories that matter to our viewers, listeners and advertisers.”
The news department has been shut down since November.
The Tribune was founded in 1927 by John M. Bogle and his wife.
The company, which has offices in Minneapolis and Chicago, is owned by the Bogle family.
It is not clear what will happen with the paper.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.