Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener

Local Family Holding 4th Annual Holiday Toy Drive For Hospital Patients

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing

Firefighters Rescue 2 Teenagers Stuck in St. Paul Cave

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Minnesota's Top Insurance Regulator Steps Away

Full Statement from Senator Franken Regarding Harassment Allegations

Michigan Governor Cites 'Significant' Concerns over Enbridge Pipeline

Deaths of 2 Men in Wadena Co. Investigated as Murder-Suicide

3 in Custody in Anoka County Fatal Hit-and-Run


University of Minnesota Business School Increasing Options

Local Wisconsin Officials Considering Own Mining Regulations

UW-Superior hold Annual International Cooking Demo

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Bentleyville Officially Opens

Klobuchar to Champion Franken's Sexual Assault Bill
Love-A-Pet back at Miller Hill Subaru
Wisconsin Deer Hunters Enjoy Firearms Opening Weekend
Duluth's Mounted Patrol Unit to be Disbanded
University of Minnesota Works to Prevent Sexual Assault

Man Killed after Shooting at Officers in Twin Cities Suburb

A man who was reportedly suicidal has died in an incident in which officials say he fired a gun at police in Crystal, and police also fired at him.

Prosecutors File Multiple Counts Against Wis. Deer Farm Owner

Wisconsin Regents Approve Merging Campuses

Bill Would Criminalize Sending Nude Photos in Wisconsin

Wis. Assembly Votes to Eliminate Marriage Waiting Period

Minn. Senate Leader Warns of Staff Furloughs due to Budget Veto

University of Minnesota Deals with Large Freshman Class

Effort To Combat Sex Trafficking During Super Bowl and Beyond

Dayton Thanks Farmers for High Compliance with Buffer Law

Names of the Brothers Who Died in Trailer Home Fire Released

Not Guilty Pleas Entered in 2016 Child Abduction, Strangulation

Lawmakers Ask Court to Restore Budget Amid Fight with Dayton

Aide Says Trump 'Discomfort' Why He's Not Stumping for Moore
Minnesota Doctors Face Opioid Prescribing Limits
Longtime Country Singer, Songwriter Mel Tillis Dies

Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Border Agent Injured in Texas Dies

Authorities Seek Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pennsylvania Police Officer

Facing Impeachment Threat, Mugabe Refuses to Resign

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine

New U.S. Weather Satellite Launched from California

New $167M Wisconsin Wind Farm to Power 25,000 Homes

A new wind farm in Wisconsin is expected to bring power to about 25,000 homes.

FCC Approves Changes to Phone Subsidies on Tribal Lands

Federal regulators have approved major changes to a program that provides discounted phone service to low-income residents on tribal land.

FDA Warns of Injury, Death with Herbal Supplement Kratom

Federal health authorities are warning about reports of injury, addiction and death with a herbal supplement that has been promoted as an alternative to opioid painkillers and other prescription drugs.

Wis. GOP Resurrects Bill Exempting Rent-to-Own from Consumer Act

Wisconsin Republicans are trying again to exempt rent-to-own businesses from the state's consumer protection act.

Get on the Grocery Bus in Aurora

Thanks to a group of partners, there will be a bus that brings Aurora residents to the grocery stores in Biwabik and Hoyt Lakes on Fridays, starting this Friday, the 17th.

Broadcom Offers to Buy Qualcomm in $130 Billion Deal

Broadcom is making an unsolicited, $130 billion offer for rival chipmaker Qualcomm, the largest deal ever in the tech industry that will face intense regulatory scrutiny.

The 2017 Wisconsin Firearms Deer Season opens Saturday.

Wisconsin Firearms Deer Season Opens Saturday

7 Deer Test Presumptive Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease

Wisconsin DNR Names 240 New Waters as Impaired

Hunters Hitting the Woods, Fields for Firearms Deer Season