No Arrests or Citations after Pipeline Meeting Disruption
Companies Dispute Playground Mulch Report
New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Open in Sturgeon Lake
Duluth's DECC Hosts Public Hearing for Enbridge Line 3 Project Proposal
Cloquet Interim Chief Jeff Palmer Made Permanent Police Chief
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Receives Grant
Korean Delegation Learns about Duluth Model
Duluth's Lake Superior Zoo Hosts Boo at the Zoo
Extended Weather Forecast
Wet Autumn Delays Minnesota Harvest, Worries Farmers
Hurricane Ophelia Meandering in the Atlantic
EPA Chief says Administration to Roll Back Climate Plan
Prep Sports Extra 10/18: MEA Week as Minnesota Teams Wrap Up Regular Seasons
Aldridge's Double-Double Leads Spurs By Timberwolves, 107-99
Bulldog Hockey Teams Look to Bounce Back this Weekend
Garver, Slegers Twins Minor League Player, Pitcher of 2017
Video of Vikings QB Bridgewater's Return to the Practice Field
Animal Allies: Dougie
Volunteers Needed for Rose Tipping in Duluth
Pumpkin Patch Express Offers Fall Family Fun
Celebrating 100+ Years of Life
March of Dimes Hosting Tasty Fundraiser
Diana Ross to Perform, Be Honored at American Music Awards
How Jason Ritter Makes You Want Him to Save the World on TV
Jennifer Lawrence Reflects on Harassment in Early Career
'Happy Death Day' Scares Off 'Blade Runner' at Box Office
Motion Picture Academy Expels Harvey Weinstein
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Public File Reports
10/18/2017 06:24 PM
The Wisconsin Senate's agriculture committee has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would allow Wisconsin farmers to grow hemp.
The Wisconsin DNR wants to drop a requirement that the elk population reach a certain level before hunts can be held.
The 56th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival topped off a fantastic weekend with a parade on Sunday afternoon.
Authorities identified the man as 52-year-old Fredrick Luostari, who had been reported missing on Sunday.
A Wisconsin Republican is working on a bill that would require police to notify school administrators whenever a student is taken into custody for a violent crime.
Most police body camera video footage would be withheld from the public in Wisconsin under a bill up for a hearing in an Assembly committee.
A legislative committee has approved a Republican bill that would end Wisconsin's precious metals mining moratorium.
The head of the state chamber of commerce says it may be time to do away with "America's Dairyland" on Wisconsin license plates.
Michigan's unemployment benefits agency would assess smaller penalties on jobless workers who are found to have committed fraud under newly introduced bipartisan legislation.