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Dayton Public Works Bill Includes $100 Million for NE Minn.


Cloquet Company Made Hats for Super Bowl

Semi Crashes Into Minn. School, Hurting 4 People

'Catfishing' Would Be Crime Under Wis. Bill

Memo Says Foxconn Cost to Taxpayers Could Near $4.5 Billion


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Minneapolis Improves Connectivity to Prepare for Super Bowl


Wisconsin Corn, Soybean Crops Down, Potato Crop Up in 2017


Minnesota Farmers Produce Record Sugar Beet Crop in 2017

Wisconsin Lawyers Seek to Increase Public Defender Pay

MPR Reassigns News Host Due to Relationship with Candidate

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Pawlenty Won't Run for Senate

Northland Fans Relive Seeing Minneapolis Miracle in Person

Hundreds March and Rally in Support of Dr. King's Legacy

The Soo Locks have closed, signaling the end of the shipping season.

Soo Locks Close for Winter Season


Suspect Arrested After Domestic Disturbance, Shots Fired Call
Northlanders Celebrate Vikings Win
Stunner: Keenum-Diggs TD on Last Play; Vikes win 29-24
Minnesota State Fairgrounds Slated for $11.1 Million Upgrade
Inter-Faith Worship Service held in Duluth

Audit: 14 Percent of Wisconsin Lobbyists May Be Unauthorized

A Wisconsin Ethics Commission audit has determined that more than 14 percent of the state's lobbyists may be engaging in unauthorized lobbying.


New Restaurant Sound opened Tuesday

Animals Visit LSC for the Semester Welcome Week

Wisconsin Sees Decline in Number of Dairy Farms

Despite Law Changes Lottery Winners Will Face Big Tax Bills

An Afghan of Temperatures

Juveniles Will No Longer Be Held at Troubled Wis. Prison

Chief Federal Prosecutor in Minnesota Gets Upgraded Title

GOP's Fischbach Assumes Lt. Gov. Role, Rejects Higher Pay

Minnesota Sheriff to Investigate Livestock Killed by Wolves

Minneapolis Road Closures Begin Ahead of Super Bowl

GOP's Bachmann Mulling Bid for Franken's Senate Seat

Memo Says Foxconn Cost to Taxpayers Could Near $4.5 Billion
US OKs 1st Drug Aimed at Women with Inherited Breast Cancer
Kim Kardashian West and Husband Kanye Welcome Baby Girl

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

21 Children Injured in German School Bus Accident

California Storm, Mudslides Death Toll at 20

After 8-Year Hiatus, Ford Ranger Returns to US in 2019

Ford Motor Co. will re-enter the U.S. midsize pickup truck market next spring with the 2019 Ford Ranger.


Redesigned Chevy Silverado Loses Weight, Gains Size

General Motors is making the new Chevrolet Silverado pickup bigger yet lighter so it's more fuel efficient.


Microsoft's Chip Fix Cripples Some AMD Machines

Microsoft has temporarily stopped fixing a serious security flaw on personal computers powered by certain chips from Advanced Micro Devices because the repair is crippling the affected machines.


$450 Million Mega Millions Winning Ticket Sold in Florida

The winning ticket in the latest Mega Millions drawing was sold at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Port Richey, Florida.


Google Discovers Serious Flaws in Intel and Other Chips

Security researchers at Google say they've discovered serious security flaws affecting computer processors built by Intel and other chipmakers.


Powerball Jackpot Increases to $570 Million

No winning tickets were sold on Wednesday so the jackpot continues to climb. The Powerball jackpot will be an estimated $570 million for Saturday night's drawing.


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

Camping Fees Changing at Wis. State Parks


US Says Snow-Loving Lynx No Longer Need Special Protection

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads

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

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