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Kids Hit the Ice with UMD Bulldogs at Heritage Sports Center
Quilters Give Blankets Away to Northland Family
Recount Results So Far: Trump Adds to Victory in Wis. Counties
Lutefisk "Lye-ing" in Wait for Annual Dinner
Duluth Council Declares Support for Standing Rock
Rally at Duluth City Hall Calls for Homeless Bill of Rights
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State Patrol Issues Winter Safety Warning Against Bad Tires
Prep Hockey 12/6: Wins for Superior Boys, Proctor/Hermantown Girls
Prep Hoops 12/6: Wins for Esko Boys, Bemidji Girls
Bryan Fideldy Steps Down as Grand Rapids Volleyball Coach
Spurs Move to 13-0 on the Road With 105-91 Win Over Wolves
Spring, Mason Lead Minnesota Back to 74-68 Win Against NJIT
'Breakfast with Santa' Celebrates 45 Years in Duluth
9th Annual USO Variety and Canteen Show Features New Acts, New Location
Animal Allies: Dragonfruit, New Winter Hours
Sankta Lucia Celebration Highlights Swedish Christmas Culture
First Graders from Queen of Peace in Cloquet Visit WDIO
Dylan Writes Nobel Acceptance Speech, Won't Deliver It
Court Documents: Jay Z's Company Wanted to Manage Prince's Music
Beyonce, Adele Nominated for Top 3 Grammy Awards
Nickelback to Play 2017 Minn. State Fair
Jimmy Kimmel to Host Academy Awards
Public File Reports
12/06/2016 10:19 AM
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein could be forced to pay the entire cost of Michigan's statewide recount under a bill advancing in the state Legislature.
A nativity scene that was taken down at a park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula following years of complaints is getting a new home at a church.
State officials say they're reviewing their options after a local judge sided with an Upper Peninsula farmer in a lawsuit over whether he is raising exotic pigs that are illegal in Michigan.
Michigan could provide up to $300 million in annual tax incentives to attract larger-scale business expansion and to foster the development of contaminated brownfield sites under legislation approved by the state Senate.
A lawyer for Green Party candidate Jill Stein's campaign has notified the Michigan elections board that it will seek a recount of the presidential election results.
The Board of State Canvassers certified Trump's 10,704-vote victory on Monday, nearly three weeks after the election.
Michigan regulators have directed their staff to develop rules designed to toughen utilities' defenses against cyberattacks.
Hunters killed nearly 197,000 deer during Wisconsin's traditional nine-day gun season this month, down 6 percent from last year's harvest.