Grand Rapids Participates In March For Our Lives Movement
Dayton Content to be on the Sidelines for 2018 Election
Arctic Wolves in Minnesota Adjusting to New Pack
Dexter Stars In Scary Film For Bucket List Wish
Mackay, UMD Edge MSU-Mankato in OT in Opening Round of NCAA West Regional
NSA Deputy Chief Talks Cybersecurity at Lake Superior College
Harlem Globetrotter Teaches Local Students About Bullying Prevention
Speed Racer "Mach 5" to Debut at Motorhead Madness
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Severe Weather Awareness Week Set in Wisconsin
Winter Arctic Sea Ice Again Grew Far Less than Normal
Snow Science: Crystal Clues to Climate Change, Watersheds
Fans, Pep Band Make Trip to Support UMD at NCAA West Regional in Sioux Falls
Wright-Phillips, Muyl Help Red Bulls Beat Minnesota United
Ben Simmons has Triple-Double, 76ers Beat Timberwolves
UMD Set to Face Air Force in NCAA West Regional Title Game
Late Run by Russel-Tyler-Ruthton Erases Class A Title For North Woods
Local Arts Fair In Duluth Saturday
Motorhead Madness Celebrating 50 Years
Harlem Globetrotters Hit Duluth as Part of World Tour
Animal Allies: Tetra
Bill Aims to Limit Camera Use in Minnesota Courts
Weather Channel Sold to Independent Studio, Distributor
'Roseanne' Revival Aims to Keep It Real, Trump Included
Lake Superior Community Theatre Putting on Production of 'Fences'
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Public File Reports
03/22/2018 11:36 AM
The European Union and at least six countries elsewhere are slated to be excluded from U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, according to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.
A federal judge has put on hold four lawsuits filed by eight environmental groups to block a land swap that the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota needs to move forward.
Europe is threatening to impose new tariffs on U.S. products in response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.
President Donald Trump has told steel and aluminum executives that he'll impose import tariffs 'next week' in a bid to boost U.S. manufacturers.
The United Steelworkers announced that they have entered into a neutrality agreement with Mesabi Metallics and Tom Clarke. That means the USW will be able to organize workers into the union without interference from the company.
Cleveland-Cliffs is denying any illegal or night-time activity related to new signage at their property in Nashwauk.
Cleveland-Cliffs has begun putting up 'No Trespassing' signs on its property in Nashwauk.
Senator Tina Smith shared more about how her first two weeks in office have been going, and what she's been focusing on.
The Soo Locks have closed, and now begins the maintenance work on the critical infrastructure.
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The rally was set up by the activism organization Itasca County Indivisible of Minnesota. It was held outside of Old Central School.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton told The Associated Press he'll wait until voters choose the Democratic candidate to make an endorsement.
Curators of a Minnesota wolf center say that the artic wolf pups that arrived in 2016 have reached their challenging years and have been testing behavioral limits this winter.
11-year-old Dexter Ojeda was able to cross one more thing off his bucket list by starring in a scary movie. The movie premiere was held at UMD's Marshall Performing Arts Center.
It was the third meeting of the season between the Bulldogs and Mavericks. Each had won one during the regular season.
The DECC is the scene for the 17th Annual House of Hearts Curling Bonspiel that lasts through Saturday.
Friday marks National Puppy Day, and local shelters are raising awareness of adoption.
Thousands of protesters, from students to educators, are gathering in Washington for what organizers hope will be a massive rally in support of stronger gun-control legislation.