Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign
3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener
Local Family Holding 4th Annual Holiday Toy Drive For Hospital Patients
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing
University of Minnesota Business School Increasing Options
Robotics Competition Held at Superior Middle School
Love-A-Pet back at Miller Hill Subaru
Duluth's Mounted Patrol Unit to be Disbanded
Morgan Park School Set to be Demolished
Kicking Off the Holiday Season in the Twin Ports
Extended Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Testing New Snow Squall Warnings
Minnesota Deer Season Opener Forecast
Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday Morning, Set Clocks Back
Drummond Scores 20 Points, Pistons Outlast T-Wolves 100-97
Jordan Murphy Leads Minnesota Past Western Carolina
Murray, Vikings Trample Rams 24-7 in Division Leader Matchup
Ravens Force 5 TOs, Rout Struggling Packers 23-0
Shuster Rink Secures 2018 U.S. Olympic Men's Curling Team Nomination
Life Coach: Handwritten Notes Can Make a Difference
More Deer, Younger Hunters Expected for Wisconsin Gun Season
Animal Allies: Harley
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Giving Thanks
"Artaria String Quartet" Holding Concert at UMD
Longtime Country Singer, Songwriter Mel Tillis Dies
AC/DC Founding Member Malcolm Young Dead at 64
David Cassidy Hospitalized with Organ Failure
'Justice League' Disappoints with $96 Million Opening
Book Festival Says Franken Canceled Appearance
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11/19/2017 06:18 PM
Mel Tillis, the longtime country star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others, and overcame a stutter to sing on dozens of his own singles, has died.
Luis Fonsi's megahit featuring Daddy Yankee was the biggest winner of the night Thursday, picking up four trophies.
In just four days, Taylor Swift's new album has sold more traditional albums than any other release this year.
Bill Gates says he is giving a personal donation to the Dementia Discovery Fund to help fight Alzheimer's disease.
A statue of Mary Tyler Moore tossing her hat in the air is back at its familiar spot in downtown Minneapolis.
The God of Thunder isn't ready to relinquish his box office throne yet.
Comedian Louis C.K. says recent allegations of sexual misconduct are true and expresses remorse in a statement in which he admitted using his power "irresponsibly."
Firefighters rescued two teenagers who got stuck in a deep cave in St. Paul over the weekend.
The state's top insurance regulator is stepping down from the job amid a possible bid for Attorney General.
Sen. Al Franken released a statement following accusations of improper conduct during a tour entertaining troops in 2006.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he has "significant" long-term concerns after the company that operates twin oil pipelines in a Great Lakes waterway told state officials it found additional gaps in pipeline coating.
Authorities in Wadena County say the deaths of two men at a residence in Menahga appear to be a murder-suicide case.
Anoka County sheriff's officials say three people are in custody for a fatal hit-and-run crash in Andover.
A man who was reportedly suicidal has died in an incident in which officials say he fired a gun at police in Crystal, and police also fired at him.
Prosecutors have filed multiple charges against a Trempealeau County deer farmer and his employee alleging they captured wild deer to facilitate illegal hunts.
The University of Wisconsin System regents have approved a plan to merge the system's two-year schools with its four-year campuses.
It would be a crime to solicit nude or sexually explicit photos from a child in Wisconsin under a bill approved by the state Assembly.
Executive Coach Pam Solberg-Tapper is back to explain why little written pieces of paper can really make all the difference.
The Wisconsin gun deer season begins Saturday and runs through Nov. 26. The biggest potential wrinkle could be a bill Gov. Scott Walker signed eliminating the minimum hunting age.
Harley is an inquisitive 12-year-old tabby looking for a home with Animal Allies.
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is hosting their 24th annual "Giving Thanks Feast" this Thursday.