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This will be the first trip to the NCAA Frozen Four for UMD since 2011.

UMD Wins in OT to Claim NCAA West Regional, Earns Spot in NCAA Frozen Four

Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Rich Updegrove Kicks off Campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large Seat

Northlander Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial

University of Minnesota to Review Handling of Assault Case

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Powerball Ticket Sold in Pewaukee Wins $155 million Jackpot

Students Awarded Tool Box Grants

Panel Votes to Purge Cases from Wis. Online Court Database
Some records could be purged from an online Wisconsin court database after a recommendation from a state committee.

Poll Shows Trump Approval Rating at 41 Percent in Wisconsin
President Trump's approval rating in Wisconsin is 41 percent, according to a new poll.

Majority of Wisconsin Voters Want to Keep Health Care Law
A poll finds a majority of voters in Wisconsin want to keep at least some parts of President Obama's Affordable Care Act.


UMD's Genocide Workshop Hopes to Brings Light to Today's World Issues

Authorities: Fire Could Have Been Worse If Not for Properly Maintained Sprinkler System

Bemidji Asst. Principal Charged with Soliticing Minors; Posing Online as Duluth Teenager

House of Hearts Charity Bonspiel Shows Spirit of Curling

Raskob Connects in OT as Bulldogs Advance to NCAA West Regional Final
Man Charged with Leaving Crash Scene Where Friend Died
Indoor Trampoline Park Coming to West Duluth
Mentor Duluth Hosts Music Fundraiser for "March into Mentoring" Campaign
Northland Man Using Unique Therapy to Get Back on Feet
A poll finds no strong consensus over how to pay for road construction in Wisconsin.

Poll Finds No Consensus on Wisconsin Road Funding

A new poll finds Wisconsin residents are divided over how to pay for roads in the state.

More Judges Could Be Sent to Cut Immigration Court Backlog

Former Sen. Feingold Launches New Advocacy Group

Spring Dress Drive Coming Up Saturday

Justice Dept. Faults Police Response in 2015 Minneapolis Protests

Officials Confirm 1st Capture of Silver Carp on St. Croix River

Career Night at Lake Superior College

St. Cloud Grocery Store Mogul Dies at 86

Federal Judge Dismisses Walker-Related John Doe Lawsuit

Twin Cities Suburb Bans Sale of Dogs, Cats at Pet Stores

Exceptions Growing to Government Transparency in Minnesota

Wisconsin Republicans Clash on Fetal Tissue Approach

Walker Expresses Disappointment with Inaction on Health Bill
Wis. Gov. Scott Walker is disappointed with the lack of progress on a health care reform bill in Congress.
Mayo Clinic Expansion Set to Receive $585M in Public Funds
Disney CEO: 'Last Jedi' Not Changed Due to Fisher's Death
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Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Company, US want Dakota Access Pipeline Lake Crossing Upheld

House GOP Abruptly Pulls Troubled Health Care Bill

Storms Could Spawn Tornadoes Across Parts of Midwest, South

US Imposes Sanctions on China, North Korea Entities, People

Trump Administration Approves Keystone XL Pipeline

8 Arrests Made in London Attack

It'll be another summer of catch-and-release fishing for walleye on Mille Lacs Lake, with no walleye fishing at all for most of July.

Another Catch-and-Release Summer for Mille Lacs Walleye

Officials Confirm 1st Capture of Silver Carp on St. Croix River
The Minnesota DNR has confirmed the first catch of silver carp captured in the St. Croix River.

Minn. Lawmakers Block State from Regulating Insecticides
Minnesota lawmakers have removed legislation that would have reduced the use of insecticides that are harmful to bees.

Panel OKs Michigan Bear Hunting Regulations for Next 2 Years
A panel in Michigan has made some changes to bear hunting reuglations.

Oklahoma Company Recalls 466 Tons of Breaded Chicken Product

Kraft Heinz Lays Off 200 White-collar Workers in Canada, US

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