Big Tobacco is Big Topic at Duluth City Council
Vikings Fans Suffer More Heartbreak With Loss in NFC Championship
Gubernatorial Forum had Candidates Discussing Sex Trafficking Solutions
UWS Professor Talks Local Impacts of Government Shutdown
Weather Conditions Close Hwy. 2 in Ashland Area
Football Sundays Keeps Local Duluth Bars Busier than Usual
Sunday Marks 40th Anniversary of Duluth Harbor Fire
Extended Weather Forecast
Blizzard Closes Stretch of I-35 in Southern Minn.
Coast Guard Assisting Vessels Stuck in Great Lakes Ice
Snowfall Amounts for January 10 & 11
Hermantown and Proctor Bank Wins in Girls Hoops
Zucker Scores in 4th Straight Game as Wild Beat Senators 3-1
Giants Officially Hire Pat Shurmur as New Head Coach
Ex-UMD Men's Hockey Captain Andrew Carroll Passes Away
Vikings Joseph, Rudolph, Harrison Smith Going to Pro Bowl
9 Injured in Apparent Volcano Eruption in Japan
Legalizing Lemonade Stands
Panel Wants Stepped-up Fight Against CWD
World War I Well Connected with Twin Ports
Michigan Awards Grants For Invasive Species Control Projects
Kid Rock Donates Merchandise Money for Voter Registration
'Jumanji' Tops Box Office for Third Straight Weekend
Churchill Elementary Students Celebrate Vikings with "Skol" Chant
Duluth Rage Room Offers Cathartic Stress Relief
Duhamel Gets New Deal to Promote Home State of North Dakota
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Public File Reports
01/23/2018 12:10 AM
The Wisconsin Assembly is set to vote on a bill that would legalize children's lemonade stands.
Preliminary estimates show unemployment in Wisconsin reached a record low in December.
Gov. Scott Walker is calling on the Wisconsin Legislature to pass a welfare overhaul package this year that includes tougher work requirements, additional drug testing and a new photo identification requirement for food stamp recipients.
The Wisconsin Legislature has passed a Republican bill that would further loosen child labor restrictions.
The state Assembly has delayed voting on a bill that would make impersonating someone on social media a crime.
The Wisconsin Assembly has approved a bill that would require mammogram providers to notify women if they have dense breast tissue.
Wisconsin farmers produced smaller corn and soybean crops last year than in 2016, while potato production was up slightly.
Superior Fire Department responded to a parked car fire Saturday
A Wisconsin tribe is suing the federal government in hopes of blocking a proposed gold mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.