Cass County Fire Victims Identified

Trees Fall on House During Friday Storm

Veterans Honored with Appreciation Day

Man Found Dead in Boat on Lake Superior

Some Minneapolis Councilors Call for Police Chief's Removal

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Minnesota Legislators Sue for $14K Raise

Australian Woman's Family Hires Castile Attorney

Meetings to Focus on Children with Autism, Related Conditions

Minneapolis Shooting Makes Front Page News in Australia

Walker Signs 11 Bills to Fight Opioids


Two Unrelated Fires in Hibbing Cause Damage

Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt Relents on Pay Raises

St. Paul Police ID Victim in Fatal Bus Crash

Duffy Addresses LCO Mold Problem, Funding at Field Hearing

Duffy Addresses LCO Mold Problem, Funding at Field Hearing

Councilwoman Suggests Outsider for Police Chief
BCA Identifies Witness at Scene of Damond Shooting
Protesters Shout Down Minneapolis Mayor
Duluth Police Concerned for Welfare of Missing Man
The Storm: How Minnesota Power Handled the Outages

Convoy of More Than 50 Tow Trucks Honors Gas Station Owner

A convoy of more than 50 tow trucks left a Minneapolis gas station to send the son of one of its founders on his final journey.

3 Die in Wrong-Way Crash on I-94 in Western Wisconsin

X Games Gear Up for Indoor Competition at Vikings Stadium

St. Anthony Ends Policing in Suburb where Castile was Shot

Alumni Couple Gives $40M to Minnesota Liberal Arts School

Wis. Abortions Decrease for 7th Straight Year

Franken, Letterman Take on Climate, Trump with a Light Touch

Attorneys in Slender Man Case Argue for Sequestered Jury

Court: Wis. Homeowners Don't Have to Let Assessors In to Challenge Tax

Wis. Supreme Court: 2 Driving Penalties in 1 Statute OK

Dayton Plans 10 Meetings to Talk Water Quality

Police: Missing Lynx Returned to Wisconsin Petting Zoo

Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt Relents on Pay Raises
St. Luke's Seeks Hospice Volunteers
Linkin Park Frontman Chester Bennington Dies at 41

8 Found Dead in Truck in 'Human Trafficking Crime'

Trump Asserts Pardon Power in Tweets

Golden Gate Bridge Lanes Closed During Marathon over Terror Concerns

Devastating California Wildfire is Slowing

US Fines American, Frontier and Delta Over Rule Violations

Mattis Says US Still Debating 'Big Ideas' on Afghan Plan

Spicer Resigns as White House Spokesperson

Kwik Trip Acquires Rival Wisconsin Chain

The Kwik Trip convenience store chain is acquiring a competing company also based in Wisconsin.

Subway Looking to Update Stores' Look

Subway wants to freshen up the look of its stores as it tries to stem a sales decline.

Xcel Energy Customers in Wisconsin to Get Small Refund

Xcel Energy customers in Wisconsin should soon see a refund on their electricity bills, though they still face a possible rate increase in the coming year.

From Target, Some Encouraging News

Target is boosting its guidance for the second quarter after its campaign to revitalize the brand pushed sales higher and boosted customer traffic.

McDonald's Super-Sized Order: Get People Visiting More

Americans are eating at McDonald’s less often, a trend the fast-food chain is fighting to reverse when people have more eating options than ever before.

Minnesota AG sues CenturyLink for High Internet Bills

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson is suing CenturyLink, alleging the internet provider is overbilling many Minnesota customers after quoting lower rates.

The Minnesota DNR has extended the closure of walleye fishing on Mille Lacs Lake until Aug. 11.

Mille Lacs Walleye Closure Extended until Aug. 11

Hayward Hosts 58th Annual Lumberjack World Championships

Entry Open to Submit Trout and Salmon Stamp Design

Feds Send $750,000 for Duluth's Lincoln Park