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Recovery Month: The Hope Beyond the Addiction


First Handwritten Bible in 500 Years on Display

Cirrus Vision Jet On Market For Purchase

UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe

Driver Injured after Rear-Ending Car Slowing for Bus


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Minn. Appeals Court Voids Funding Method for New Roads


Minn. GOP Warns Legislature Could Run Out of Money


Suburban Twin Cities Teen Dies in Fargo Dorm

Wisconsin Submits Revised Education Accountability Plan

Fundraiser to Pay School Lunch Debt, Honor Castile Tops Goal

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Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington

Annual Forestry Day Teaches Duluth Students Lessons in Nature

Lake Superior Island Returned to Grand Portage Band

The  Minnesota Department of Human Services is receiving $6 million from the federal government to expand opioid treatment.

Minnesota Awarded $6 Million for Opioid Treatment


Minnesota Capitol Panel Reluctant to Tighten Protest Rules
Right-to-Carry Gun Bill Clears Wisconsin Panel
Timber Sales Increase in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Leech Lake Band Granted $3 Million for Veterans Cemetery
Search for Cass County Intruder Continues

Dayton Promises Restraint in Trying to Lure Amazon

Gov. Mark Dayton says Target and Best Buy have expressed concern about the state offering incentives to lure a competitor to the state.


Dayton, Lawmakers Hire Mediator to Work Out Legal Dispute

Lawmakers Hear Complaints about Minnesota's New License System

Court Blocks U of M Faculty's Bid to Unionize

Wisconsin AG Spends $83k on Promotional Items

Walk a Mile in Our Shoes Event Coming Up

How to Deal with Flooded Cars in Harvey's Wake

University of Minnesota Makes Room for Large Freshman Class

Woman, Boy Found Dead in Orono

Dog Warns Minnesota Homeowners of Fire, Dies in the Blaze

Health Premiums Remain Steady for Wisconsin State Employees

Investigators: U of M Professor Went on Illegal Gun-Buying Spree

Hintz Elected Leader of Wis. Assembly Democrats
FDA OKs Glaxo's Inhaler, First to Combine 3 Medicines
Little Big Town Coming Back to Duluth

Syria: Battle for IS Capital Reaches 'Final Stages'


Death Toll from Mexican Earthquake Rises to 200+

Hurricane Maria Makes Landfall in Puerto Rico

Trump: US to 'Totally Destroy' North Korea if Threatened

UN Says About 421,000 People have Fled Myanmar

Mattis: No Need Yet to Shoot Down North Korean Missiles

Tropical Storm Warning Expanded for New England; Maria Heads to the Caribbean

Fiat Chrysler Recalling 494,417 Ram Trucks for Safety Issue

Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost half a million Ram heavy-duty pickups and medium-duty trucks due to water pumps that can overheat under certain conditions.


McDonald's to Switch Out Happy Meal Apple Juice

McDonald's is switching to a lower-calorie, organic apple juice in its Happy Meals.


Higher Gas, Housing Costs Lift US Consumer Prices 0.4 Pct.

Higher gas and housing costs boosted U.S. consumer prices 0.4 percent in August, the most in seven months.


Best Buy Says It Will No Longer Sell Kaspersky Software

Minneapolis-based Best Buy is no longer selling Kapersky anti-virus software after the U.S. government expressed concerns about possible ties to the Russian government.


Target Recalls Nearly 180,000 Dressers That Can Tip Over

Target is recalling Room Essentials four-drawer dressers after a dozen reports of the dressers falling over or collapsing.


Apple Unveils New iPhones

Apple unveiled two new iPhones on Tuesday, including the highly-anticipated iPhone X which boasts facial recognition and wireless charging.


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Duck hunting season opens Saturday in Minnesota.

Minnesota Duck Season Opens Saturday; Good Hunting Expected


Traverse Trail Now Connects to Lincoln Park Middle School

Wisconsin's Bat Population Drops due to White-Nose Syndrome

As Kayaking Catches Big Wave, Authorities Cite Rookie Risks

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