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The moose population on Isle Royale is surging as the wolf population fails to regenerate.

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline


This silver carp was captured in the St. Croix River.  A group of U.S. Senators wants to know why a report about keeping invasive carp out of the Great Lakes has not been released.

Senators Call for Release of Invasive Carp Report


Moose Rescued After Breaking Through Ice on Hungry Jack Lake

Conservancy to Preserve 2,500 Acres on North Shore

Scientists Say Discovery May Help Control Sea Lamprey

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Duo Paddling Great Lakes for Cancer Research


2017 Shipping Season is Underway


Trump Seeks Elimination of Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
Funding for a program to restore the Great Lakes would be eliminated under President Trump's budget proposal.

Icebreaking Begins Thursday in Duluth-Superior Harbor
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alder, seen cutting ice near Duluth in 2014, will begin ice-breaking operations in the Duluth-Superior Harbor on Thursday.

Cook County Works on Long-Term Solution to 911 Outages
Portions of Cook County in Northeast Minnesota are without 911 and land-line telephone service.

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Charges Filed in Connection with Lake County Incident


Mystery Solved? Devil's Kettle Outlet Identified


Minnesota's Moose Population Shows Signs of Stabilizing


Agency Delays Plan for Keeping Asian Carp from Great Lakes


Code Red Accelerates Sharing Urgent Information for Lake County
Suspect Taken Into Custody after Search near Finland
Pedestrians Struck, Injured in Grand Marais
Isle Royale Considering Seaplane Service To, From Minnesota
Grand Marais Celebrates Simple Pleasures with Danish Winter Festival
Fish farming would be prohibited in U.S. waters of Lake Superior and other Great Lakes under a bill introduced by a Michigan Congressman.
Bill Would Prohibit Fish Farming in Great Lakes
Superior Teen Dies in Two Harbors Crash
House of Representatives Remembers Two Harbors' Battaglia
Ryan Anderson congratulates his lead dogs at the Beargrease finish line.
Ryan Anderson Wins the Beargrease
Inside Duluth Stove and Fire in Duluth
Project Stove Swap Launched to Help Environment, Economy, and Communities
Colleen Wallin and her team make their way along a trail between the Devil Track and Sawbill checkpoints.
Four Leaders Pull Ahead on Beargrease Trail
Perspectives from Day Two on the Beargrease Trail

March of Dimes Walks Help Families with Premature Babies


Western Duluth Little League Fundraiser for New Fields
UMD Business School Undergoes "Trash Audit"
Duluth School Board Approves Preliminary Budget with $2.3 Million Deficit
Elementary Students Give Brave Boxes to Cancer Patients
County, Neighbors Disagree on Best Use for Public Property
A National Park Service study says spending by 242,000 visitors to Voyageurs National Park last year supported 310 jobs.

Report: Voyageurs Park Supports 310 Local Jobs


Woman Dies Following Grand Rapids Fire
Iowa Murder Suspect Arrested in International Falls
Vandals Cut Down Trees at Ely Area Veterans Memorial
Embarrass House Fire Results in Total Loss
MnDot Holds Groundbreaking for Highway 169 Reconstruction Project
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Superior Mayor Demands City Councilor's Resignation or Removal

Proposal Would Allow Homemade Baked Goods Sales in Wisconsin

A bill circulating the Wisconsin Capitol would allow people to sell homemade baked goods for profit.

Walker Says He Has 'No Interest' in Higher Vehicle Fees

Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to raising Wisconsin's vehicle registration fees to pay for road work.

Police: Carbon Monoxide Likely Killed 3 on LCO Reservation

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