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The Minnesota Senate has approved a measure raising the bar for when sex offenders and people with mental illness can be released into communities.

Senate Passes Bill Toughening Release of Sex Offenders


Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Boy

Minn. House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules

Unique Dinner Aiming to Bring Awareness to Vision Loss

Minn. Senate Passes Bill Penalizing Fake Service Animals

Animal Allies: Julie

LaMarre's Single Lifts Twins over Indians 2-1 in 16 Innings

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First Ever 'Twin Ports RV Show' Providing Deals, Fun for All

Judge Orders Woman to Remain Jailed Pending Terror Trial

Local Judges, Attorneys Highlighting 'Hidden' Talents at LawLaw Palooza

House Aims to Cut Tipped Workers' Minimum Wage

As Prince Heirs Stew, Bankers and Lawyers Cash in on Estate

Workforce Solution Series Continues

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Minn. House Bill Would Make Money Available to Satellite Broadband

Chmielewski Polkafest Celebrating 40 Years

Animal Allies: Edgar

Thursday Morning Outages Leave Thousands without Power

Raising Awareness for Health and Wellness Resources

Hermantown Business Owner Sounds Off Against Stormwater Utility Fee Proposal

A  Hermantown business owner is upset over a proposal to implement a stormwater utility fee.  


Washout Cuts Off Utility Service Near Biwabik

Residents near the Giants Ridge Recreation Area may be experiencing problems with utilities.  According to city officials, a washout along the Mesabi Trail near Biwabik has cut off water and sewer as well as affected natural gas lines. 


Bayfield Man Charged With Murder

A 32-year-old Bayfield man has been charged with second degree murder, first degree attempted murder and second degree assault in the shooting death of a 57-year-old from Wisconsin Rapids.


Success in Stopping the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

"We are seeing a compelling success story." Aquatic invasive species experts weigh in on how boaters are helping stop the spread.


St. Louis County Approves Disaster Declaration

St. Louis County commissioners have approved a disaster declaration after the April 14-15 storm that further damaged Duluth's Lakewalk. 


Photos Show 2 Great Lakes Electric Cables Were Severed

Officials say underwater photos show two electric cables were severed in what Michigan's attorney general says was a tugboat anchor strike in the waterway that connects Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.


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