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No Tannenbaum: Senator Fights Rule Keeping Trees from US Troops

No Tannenbaum: Senator Fights Rule Keeping Trees from US Troops


FCC Repeals Net Neutrality Rules

AAA Predicts Record Travel over Christmas and New Year's

Huge Fire Now 4th Largest in California History

Disney to Buy Fox Studios, Some Cable Networks

Coroner: Accused Ky. Lawmaker's Death Apparently Suicide

Somali Police: Suicide bomber Kills 10

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McCain Receiving Treatment at Walter Reed


13th Human Foot Washes Ashore in Western Canada


Canadian Man Says Polygamy Laws Infringe on Freedom of Religion

Apprentice Star Says White House Didn't Fire Her

Tillerson Says US Open to Talks with North Korea

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Studies: Warming Made Harvey's Deluge 3 Times More Likely
Philippine Congress Votes to Extend Martial Law in South
Democrat Doug Jones Wins Elections to US Senate from Alabama
Following Trade Complaint, Canada Drops Boeing Order
White House Disputes Trump Sexual Misconduct Allegations
San Francisco Mayor Dies Suddenly
New York Subway Bomb Suspect Faces Federal Charges
After NYC Subway Bombing, Trump Slams 'Chain Migration'

Minnesota Democrats Aim to Clear Smith's Path for 2018 Bid

Johnson: Comey's Remarks on Clinton Probe Heavily Edited

Ryan Says He's Not Leaving Congress Anytime Soon

Fallen Power Line Caused Fire that Charred Custer State Park


Lawyers Concerned by Comments in Damond Shooting

Minnesota-Based Sun Country Airlines Sold to NY Group

New Minneapolis Ordinance Protects Immigrant Crime Victims

Records: US Steel Failed to Test for Metal after Spill

Michigan Lawmakers Target 'Doc Shopping' by Opioid Addicts

3M to Close Eagan Plant in 2018

2 Dead after Mobile Home Fire in Western Wisconsin

Iowa School Bus Fire That Killed 2 Under Investigation

Michigan Panel Urges Temporary Shutdown of Mackinac Pipeline

Michigan Store Owner Uses Snowplow to Capture Theft Suspect

3 State Attorneys Favor Walling Off Great Lakes to Stop Carp

Charges: Minnesota Suspect Fired Fatal Shot During Robbery

Head-on Crash Kills 3 in SW Minnesota, Including 1-year-old

Suspect Arrested in ND after Fatal Minnesota Shooting

Chickenpox Cases Grow in Minnesota
Minnesota Researchers Create Alzheimer's Detection Device
FCC Repeals Net Neutrality Rules
AAA Predicts Record Travel over Christmas and New Year's
Pink Joins List of Stars Performing During Super Bowl Week
Disney to Buy Fox Studios, Some Cable Networks

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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year for 2017: 'Feminism'


Officials say Thomas Fire is Fifth Largest in California History


Transgender People Can Enlist in Military Jan 1


Green Cash, Carbon Tax: What to Expect at Paris Climate Meet


Saudi Arabia to Allow Movie Theaters After Decades of Ban


Officials Urge Santa Barbara Residents to Flee


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Tests Show No Spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in Minnesota

Tests found no chronic wasting disease in more than 11,000 deer shot by hunters in north-central, central and southeastern Minnesota this fall

2 Ruffed Grouse Test Positive for West Nile Virus in Iron County, Mich.

These two grouse were submitted to the Michigan DNR's Wildlife Disease Lab for testing for West Nile Virus. The bird on the left is in poor physical condition, but tested negative. The bird on the right was in very good condition, but tested positive.

Major Changes Coming for Minnesota Northern Pike Rules

Major Changes Coming for Minnesota Northern Pike Rules

Federal Official Visits UWS to Hear About Microplastics Research

Lorena Rios Mendoza and Valentin Salas explain a research project to Nancy Wallace with NOAA.

Wisconsin DNR Sold 10 Hunting Licenses to Infants

The state Department of Natural Resources sold 10 hunting licenses to infants after Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill that eliminated the state's minimum hunting age.

Wis. Hunters Take Slightly Fewer Deer During 9-Day Season

The deer harvest was slightly down during Wisconsin's nine-day gun season this year.

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