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Phoenix police say no single piece of evidence led them to arrest a convicted felon in the shooting deaths of nine people over a three-week span late last year.

Phoenix Police: Serial Killing Suspect Tied to Nine Attacks

Supreme Court Delays North Carolina Redistricting Order

Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Among 5 Dead in New Mexico Crash

IS Claims Responsibility for Twin Suicide Bombing in Baghdad

Tillerson Signals Deeper US Military Commitment in Syria

52 People Die in Bus Fire in Kazakhstan

Bitcoin Skids as Traders Worry that Korea will Crack Down

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US Ambassador Says Trump Policy in Afghanistan is Working

Koreas to Form Their First Joint Olympic Team

Science Panel Backs Lower Drunken Driving Threshold

Bannon Said to Have Received Grand Jury Subpoena

Doctor Says Trump Aced Cognitive Test

Senate Committee Approves Nomination of Powell for Fed Chair
Conservatives Balk at GOP Plan to Avert Government Shutdown
Walmart Offers Way to Turn Leftover Opioids into Useless Gel
US Urges Maritime Intervention of North Korea Trade
Dow Jones Industrials Recede from 26,000
Parents Arrested, Kids Chained in Calif. House of Horrors
Pope Begs Forgiveness for Chile Priest Sex Abuse
3 Churches Firebombed in Chile During Pope's Visit

Walker Proposes Wisconsin Welfare Overhaul Package

Wis. Gubernatorial Candidate Flynn Would Pardon Pot Offenders

Democrat Wins Western Wis. State Senate Seat

Minneapolis Lake Named for Pro-Slavery Calhoun Gets New Name

White Nationalist Posters Removed in St. Joseph

Chicago Group Sues US Steel over Indiana Plant's Discharges

Nebraska Route Still Uncertain as Keystone XL Moves Forward

Banker Survey Suggests Economy Remains Slow in Rural Plains, Midwest

Amazon Passes on Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan

Criminal Charge Filed in Fatal Traffic Crash Confrontation

Meteor? Bright Light, Loud Noise Rattle Michigan Residents

Wisconsin Education Plan Wins Approval Over Objections

Pipeline Protester Accused in Shooting Reaches Plea Deal

Semi Crashes Into Minn. School, Hurting 4 People

State Warns Madison Retailers Against Synthetic Pot Sales

North Dakota Oil Output Cut Back to Meet Gas Capture Rules

Minneapolis Improves Connectivity to Prepare for Super Bowl

2 Brothers Jailed in Wisconsin Suspected of Arizona Homicide

Century After Pandemic, Science Takes Its Best Shot at Flu
MNsure Boasts 116,000 Signups in Record Year
Duluth-Chicago Flights Getting Upgrade
Bitcoin Skids as Traders Worry that Korea will Crack Down
Churchill Elementary Students Celebrate Vikings with "Skol" Chant
Duluth Rage Room Offers Cathartic Stress Relief

World & National

21 Children Injured in German School Bus Accident

California Storm, Mudslides Death Toll at 20

Glowing Red Lava Causes More to Flee from Philippine Volcano

Army Vet Sues VA over Scalpel Left in Body

Trump Promises Involvement after Hawaii's False Alert

2 Koreas Discuss Northern Art Troupe's Visit during Olympics

Camping Fees Changing at Wis. State Parks

People camping at Copper Falls and other Wisconsin State Parks could may slightly higher fees this year.

US Says Snow-Loving Lynx No Longer Need Special Protection

A Siberian lynx at the Lake Superior Zoo is seen in this file photo. Federal regulators are moving to drop protections for Canada lynx.

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads on January 12

Go, Dogs, Go: Beargrease Trails Looking Ready to Race

Twice as many teams than usual are registered for the mid-distance race.

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

Bear Attacks Three Men, Injures Two

Lake County deputies and the DNR tracked and shot the female bear around noon Tuesday.