World & National

A strong earthquake toppled buildings in central Mexico on Tuesday, killing dozens.

Quake Kills At Least 104 in Mexico

Hurricane Maria Strengthens to Cat 5 on Way to Puerto Rico

Trump: US to 'Totally Destroy' North Korea if Threatened

UN Says About 421,000 People have Fled Myanmar

Mattis: No Need Yet to Shoot Down North Korean Missiles

Tropical Storm Warning Expanded for New England; Maria Heads to the Caribbean

Russian Helicopter Fires on Spectators at Drills

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Interior Secretary Recommends Shrinking 6 National Monuments

Navy Plans to Use Xbox Controllers for New Periscope Systems

U.S. East Coast urged to Keep Eye on Hurricane Jose

Trudeau: Canada Could Stop Dealing with Boeing over Dispute

UK PM, Trudeau Say Canada-EU Deal a 'Basis' for New Talks

Trump to Address U.N. General Assembly
St. Louis Protests Continue for 4th Day
Black Lives Matter Backers Speak at Trump Rally
Colorado Sheriff: Family of 4 Killed in Small Plane Crash
Second Suspect Arrested in London Subway Attack
Russia Denies Claim of Airstrike on US-Backed Syrian Force
Defiant N. Korea Leader Says He Will Complete Nuke Program
Trump Adviser Says Military Option Not Preferred for North Korea

Hintz Elected Leader of Wis. Assembly Democrats

Minnesota Awarded $6 Million for Opioid Treatment

Minnesota Capitol Panel Reluctant to Tighten Protest Rules

Judge Orders New Minnesota Lake Home Demolished

Recovered Eagle Released Back into the Wild

Best Buy Shares Down as it Offers Muted Profit Goals

Pipeline Board: Let Campus Experts Analyze Enbridge Line 5

Walker Signs $3 Billion Foxconn Incentives Bill

Suburban Twin Cities Teen Dies in Fargo Dorm

Appeals Court: Minneapolis Employers Must Provide Sick Leave

Tribal Leaders Want Action After North Dakota Woman Slain

University of Minnesota Fraternities Struggle to Fill Rooms

Minneapolis Police Seek Driver in Fatal Car Crash

House Explosion in Madison Ruled a Homicide

Lead Carver of Mount Rushmore Honored with Plaque

Police Searching for Driver Who Fled Fatal Michigan Crash

Wisconsin Memorial Vandalized, Referencing Missouri Protests

4 Years Later, Cleanup Nears End for Big North Dakota Spill

FDA OKs Glaxo's Inhaler, First to Combine 3 Medicines
Minnesota Reaching Deadline to Get Insurance Rate Approval
Fiat Chrysler Recalling 494,417 Ram Trucks for Safety Issue
McDonald's to Switch Out Happy Meal Apple Juice
Jedidiah Bila Departs ABC's 'The View'
Words With Friends Adds 50,000 Pop Culture Words

World & National

Key Equifax Executives Departing after Huge Data Breach

More Than 80 Percent in Florida Have Power Back

South Korea Says North Has Fired Another Missile

UNICEF Says Up To 400,000 Rohingya Have Fled Myanmar

1 Soldier Killed, 7 Injured in Fort Bragg Training Exercise

Officials: More Than 80 Dead in IS-Claimed Iraq Attack

Minnesota Duck Season Opens Saturday; Good Hunting Expected

Duck hunting season opens Saturday in Minnesota.

Traverse Trail Now Connects to Lincoln Park Middle School

The Traverse Bike Trail in Duluth now connects right to The Lincoln Park Middle School.

Wisconsin's Bat Population Drops due to White-Nose Syndrome

A hibernating bat hangs on to the wall at Soudan Underground Mine State Park.

As Kayaking Catches Big Wave, Authorities Cite Rookie Risks

Example of Kayaing, this was down Lester River in Duluth

DNR Seeks Comments on Experimental Northern Pike & Bass Regulations on Pelican Lake Near Orr

DNR Seeks Comments on Experimental Northern Pike & Bass Regulations on Pelican Lake Near Orr

Minnesota DNR Says Pheasant Population Falls 26 Percent

Application process for kids wanting to learn how to hunt pheasant is open through August 21.