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Robotics Competition Held at Superior Middle School
Love-A-Pet back at Miller Hill Subaru
Duluth's Mounted Patrol Unit to be Disbanded
Morgan Park School Set to be Demolished
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Minnesota Corn Harvest Advances to 90 Percent Complete
Study: Warming to Make Thunderstorms Larger and More Frequent
National Weather Service Testing New Snow Squall Warnings
Former Packers Receiver Terry Glenn Dead After Dallas-Area Wreck
Three-Phase Renovation Plan & Project Underway for UMD's Romano Gym
Bulldog Men's Hockey Drops to 16th in USCHO.com Division I Poll
Championships Set for 2017 Minnesota Prep Bowl Games
Drummond Scores 20 Points, Pistons Outlast T-Wolves 100-97
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Anti-Gerrymandering Group Defies Odds with 2018 Ballot Drive
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More Deer, Younger Hunters Expected for Wisconsin Gun Season
Animal Allies: Harley
Melania Trump Welcomes Christmas Tree from Wisconsin
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Franken Cut from PBS David Letterman Tribute
Women Dominate American Music Awards, But Not as Nominees
Longtime Country Singer, Songwriter Mel Tillis Dies
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Public File Reports
11/20/2017 12:18 PM
Five people were taken to hospitals on Monday due to suspected carbon monoxide poisoning at an Iron Range bar and the apartment above the business.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a house explosion and fire in northern Minnesota that killed a man.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources winter regulations for Upper Red Lake will be the same as it was in May. This is the first winter walleye season with the combination of a four fish limit, one over 17 inches.
Rebecca Otto, Paul Thissen, Tim Walz, Tina Liebling and Erin Murphy debated the issues Friday night at a Grand Rapids forum. They addressed mining and jobs, as well as health care, education and more.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he's moved from being "genuinely undecided" on the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine to being a genuine supporter of the project.
UPM Paper has announced plans to lay off about 150 workers in Grand Rapids, citing the global market situation for graphic papers.
A long-standing business in Eveleth was honored on Thursday for its commitment to hiring people of all abilities.
Willard or Bill Nelson turned 103 on Wednesday and celebrated with music, cupcakes, and friends.
Minnesota farmers have now harvested about 90 percent of the state's corn crop as the season approaches its close.