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Hibbing Ready to Raise Curtain on Auditorium Restoration


Teen Girls Sought after Attempted Homicide in Hinckley

Medical Examiner Confirms CO Killed Three on LCO Reservation

St. Louis County Sheriff's Department Welcomes New Staff

Police: Man Pepper-Sprayed Autistic Man Eating Free Cookies


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Facing Deadline, Most Wisconsin Dairy Farms Find New Buyer


Big Lake Trap Shooting Team Photo Will Be Included in Yearbook After All


15-year Sentence for Shooter at Black Lives Matter Protest

Wolf Pup Born in Missouri Offers Hope for Endangered Breed

Committee Approves Bills to Fight Homelessness in Wisconsin
A key committee has advanced measures to combat homelessness in Wisconsin.

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ATF Lets Some Minnesota Gun Buyers Skip Background Checks

The City of Superior's annual cleanup of items too big to fit in trash receptacles begins Monday.

Superior Spring Cleanup Starts Monday

A rash is one symptom of measles. It typically starts on the face and chest and then spreads.

Measles Outbreak Spreads, Northland Health Officials Vigilant

Lyft Up and Riding in Duluth


Multiple Reports of Smashed Vehicle Windows in Superior
Harala Not Seeking Re-Election to Duluth School Board
Local High Schools Weigh in on Trap Shooting Controversy
GOP Rep. Dean Opens Gubernatorial Bid with Health Care Focus
Cliffs' CEO Remains Skeptical Chippewa Capital Partners will have Success

Bill Would Eliminate Last of Wisconsin's Prevailing Wage

A Republican bill would eliminate the last prevailing wage requirements for public projects in Wisconsin.


Dayton Wants Preservation Agency Moved to Administration

Charges Unlikely in Search for Missing Boater

Study: Wisconsin Will Face Water Infrastructure Problem

Bill to Curb City Minimum Wage Hikes Nearing Dayton's Desk

Law Change Could Boost Little-Used Wis. Crowdfunding Laws

Challenged by GOP, Dayton Calls to Boost Water Quality

GOP County Commissioner Launches 2018 Bid for Minn. Governor

Study Says Tax Credit has Spurred Wis. Manufacturing Job Growth

Bill to Limit Election Recounts in Wisconsin Moving Quickly

Possible New Evidence in Killing of Central Minn. Hunter

Contenders Line Up for Minnesota Attorney General Race

GOP Gets in Lockstep in Looming Budget Fight with Dayton
FDA Approves 1st Targeted Drug for Certain Leukemia Patients
'Purple Rain' Re-Issue to Feature Unreleased Prince Songs
A remastered Purple Rain album will be released on June 23.

Friendly Fire May Have Killed 2 Army Rangers in Afghanistan


George HW Bush Released from Hospital

US Economic Growth Weakened to 0.7 Percent in First Quarter

Arkansas Accused of Torturing Death Row Inmate

China won't Confirm Claims of New Pressure on North Korea

No House Vote on Health Care This Week

Physician Dragged off Flight Settles with United

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Fishing Closures in Cook County


Grand Marais Area Fisheries Announces Survey Work

Mysterious Drop in Prized Bait Worms Threatens a Way of Life
A mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers and threatening a way of life in Maine.

Storm Downs Trees in Porkies, Closes Key Attractions
A late-season winter storm is causing damage at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

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Lyft Up and Riding in Duluth

Uber, Lyft Launching in Duluth This Week

Chipotle Warns Customers of Payment Data 'Incident'

FCC Chief Lays Out Attack on 'Net Neutrality' Rules

Study Finds Samsung's S8 Phones More Prone to Screen Cracks

United Changes Policy, Crew Can't Displace Seated Passengers

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