Ford Recalls 440K Vehicles for Fire Risk, Door Latch Trouble

Wells Fargo to Pay $110 Million to Settle Fake Account Suit

Check Your App: Uber, Lyft Coming to Duluth Soon

US Consumer Confidence Hits 16-Year High

Indoor Trampoline Park Coming to West Duluth
A new indoor trampoline center is opening in July in the former Grainger Industrial Supply in West Duluth.

Oklahoma Company Recalls 466 Tons of Breaded Chicken Product
OK Food, Inc. is recalling breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.

Kraft Heinz Lays Off 200 White-collar Workers in Canada, US
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Sears Has 'Substantial Doubt' about Future

Google Maps Already Tracks You; Now Others Can, Too

Home Sales Slowed in February after January Surge

JC Penney Closing Store in Hibbing

Fed Hikes Key Interest Rate for Second Time in 3 Months
The Federal Reserve has increased its short-term interest rate, with Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari casting the lone dissenting vote.

DirecTV Settles with Wisconsin Viewers over Billing Issues
BMW will replace the front driveshaft at no cost to owners starting on April 24.
BMW Adds 134,000 SUVs to 2016 Driveshaft Recall
The unemployment rate in Wisconsin fell below 4 percent in January. That's the lowest rate since January 2001
Wisconsin Unemployment Drops to 3.9 percent in January
Apple says many of the vulnerabilities to its products disclosed by WikiLeaks have already been fixed.
Apple: Many Flaws Disclosed by WikiLeaks are Already Fixed
The Trump administration is moving to roll back federal fuel-economy requirements that would have forced automakers to significantly increase the efficiency of new cars and trucks.
Trump Set to Roll Back Federal Fuel-economy Requirements
Peanut Butter Substitute Recalled After E. coli Outbreak
A failure by Amazon Web Services cased internet outages on Tuesday.
Typo Caused Amazon's Big Cloud-Computing Outage
Strong demand for pickups and SUVs helped the U.S. auto industry in February. Overall sales of new vehicles were expected to fall slightly, but truck and SUV sales were strong.
US Demand for Trucks, SUVs Helps February Sales
Samsung has come out with a new phone, the S-8. Uber is out with a new list of weirdest items left behind in its cars.

Tech Bytes: Samsung Comes out with New Phone, Uber has List of Weirdest Items

Tech Bytes: Amazon Introduces Grocery Pickup option, Tinder now Available on PC
Tech Bytes: New Operating System Available, Facebook Releasing New Location Feature
Tech Bytes: Uber taking a Time-Out, Robots Taking Jobs Fast
Tech Bytes: Websites Fight for Gridiron Rights, Twitter might offer Premium Version of Site
Tech Bytes: Facebook Live is Branching Out, New Emojis are being Released
A survey conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research says the majority of Americans did not like Pres. Trumps approach to health care reform.

Poll: Americans Dislike GOP's, Trump's Plan on Health Care

1st Drug for Aggressive Multiple Sclerosis Gets FDA Approval
FDA Approves 1st Drug for Moderate & Eevere Eczema Cases
Walker Pushing His Plans to Move More Off State Medicaid
Northland Man Using Unique Therapy to Get Back on Feet
Destination Medical Center Set to Receive $585M in Public Funds
Facebook is beefing up its suicide prevention tools, including new options for people to report if someone might harm themselves while broadcasting on Facebook Live.

Facebook Beefs Up Suicide Prevention Focused on Live Video

Facebook is taking steps to improve their suicide prevention help on Facebook Live. People will be able to report a video for an escalated response, and users will have easier ways to contact crisis workers through Messenger.

Target Rattles Wall Street with Weak Quarter, Outlook

What's In Your Sandwich? Subway Disputes Study on Chicken

Papa John's Testing $2.99 Fee for "Priority" Orders

US Consumer Confidence Rises to Highest Level since 2001

Minn. Senate Approves Sunday Liquor Sales

Wendy's Plans Self-Ordering Kiosks at 1,000 Locations

Taco Bell Pulling Popular Chicken-Shelled Chalupa

Americans Buy Existing Homes at Fastest Pace in a Decade

Sargento Expands Cheese Recall, Cuts Ties with Supplier

4 Lawsuits Now Seek to Block PolyMet Land Exchange

Multiple lawsuits are challenging a plan for PolyMet to trade land with the U.S. Forest Service.

2017 Shipping Season is Underway

The Roger Blough sailing under the Aerial Lift Bridge.

More About Twin Metals and Their Proposed Mine

Update on Mesabi Metallics and Their Bankruptcy Court Proceedings

EU Official warns Trump over Brexit Support

NTSB to Begin Investigation of Texas Bus-truck Crash that Killed 13

Judge Extends Order Halting Travel Ban

'Erratic' Woman Drives into US Capitol Cruiser

Putin Visits Arctic Archipelago to Reaffirm Russian Presence

Poll: Americans Dislike GOP's, Trump's Plan on Health Care