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US Consumer Prices Dip 0.1 Percent in May

US Consumer Prices Dip 0.1 Percent in May


Fed Hikes Key Rate and Unveils Bond Trimming Plans

Mother Has Warning After Daughter Swallows Fidget Spinner Part

Electric Car Owners in Minnesota to Face $75 Annual Fee

Duluth Council Proposes Ordinance to Allow for Sunday Liquor Sales

Wisconsin Elections Commission Says Mailing is Not Scam

Amazon Offers Prime Discount to Those on Government Benefits

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Duluth Chipotle Restaurant Part of Nationwide Data Breach


HeatWave Doritos Warms Up Duluth


Private Survey: Companies Added 253,000 Jobs in May

Lawsuit Alleges GM Cheated on Diesel Pickup Truck Emissions

FDA: Controller for Heart Pump Recalled Over Deaths

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Graco Recalls Car Seats; Webbing May Not Hold Child in Crash
Facebook Expands Personal Fundraising Tools
States Reach $18.5 Million Settlement over Target Data Breach
Wis. Company Distributed Nacho Cheese Linked to Fatal Botulism
Maker of Nathan's Hot Dogs Issues Recall Over Metal Concerns
BMO Financial Offers Credit Monitoring after Mailing Error
Local Businesses Offering Deals for 'Get Downtown' Week
Twitter's Privacy Update: What It Means for You
Tech Bytes: Nike Joins Amazon, Driverless Shuttle in Michigan

Tech Bytes: Nike Joins Amazon, Driverless Shuttle in Michigan


Tech Bytes: Uber CEO Resigns, Reverses Policy
Tech Bytes: Tech Stocks Rise, Apple Adds New Music Plan
Tech Bytes: Atari Creating New Console, Twitter Milestone Hit
Tech Bytes: Twitter Re-designed, Amazon Introduces Dash Wand
Tech Bytes: Samsung vs. Apple, Facebook Celebrating the "gif"
Flu Vaccine Ineffective for People 65 and older Last Winter

Flu Vaccine Ineffective for People 65 and older Last Winter


Half Marathon Teen Runners Learn Resiliency Through Running
Report: Teen Pregnancies in Minnesota Declining, STI's Rising
Superior Fire Department Receives Award for Safety Training
Turning Blood into Living Drugs to Fight Cancer
Obesity Rising in Nations Rich and Poor, Especially in Kids
Ford to Cut 1,400 Salaried Jobs in North America, Asia

Ford to Cut 1,400 Salaried Jobs in North America, Asia

Ford Motor Co. plans to cut 10 percent of its salaried jobs in North America and Asia Pacific this year by offering voluntary early retirement and separation packages to its workers. 


US Households Owe Record Amount, Topping Pre-Recession Peak

100,000 Groups in 150 Nations Hit by Cyberattack

Lawyers: Wells Fargo Created About 3.5 Million Fake Accounts

US Retail Sales Rebound after Sluggish Winter

Postal Service, Citing Losses, Seeks Higher Stamp Prices

US Fishing Industry Retracted a Bit in 2015; $208B in Sales

Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles, French Toast Recalled

Some Cling to Landlines, But Cell-Only Homes Now Dominate

Email Alert: Don't Open Suspicious Google Docs Email

Denfeld Teens Take 1st and 2nd in Mapping Contest

Cliffs Announces it Will Build DRI Plant in Toledo

Clarke Gets Approval of Plan for Former Essar Project

Crews Complete 5th Concrete Pour on New Bridge

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Trump Says he Didn't Tape His Conversations with Comey

Pres. Donald Trump and former FBI Director, James Comey

North Korea Detainee Mourned at Ohio Funeral

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Death Toll at 29 After Blast in Afghanistan

At least 29 are dead after a bombing in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province

Wildfire in Portugal Contained

Wildfire in Portugal Contained

U.S. 'Regrets' Russian Decision to Cancel Talks

U.S. 'Regrets' Russian Decision to Cancel Talks

Murders Spike in Mexico with May Deadliest Month in Decades

Government crime statistics show May was Mexico's bloodiest month in at least 20 years, and homicides are up sharply in 2017 compared with last year.

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