Northland Couple on 2000 Mile Bike Trek to "Save the Boundary Waters"
UMD Students Host Glensheen Go Green Event
Sam Cook Makes Retirement Announcement
AICHO Starts Gardening Bed Project
UMN Students Start Campaign Against Sexual Misconduct
North Shore Scenic Railroad Kicks Off Summer Season
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Snowfall Amounts for April 14-15 Storm
Minnesota Firm Tries To Solve Metal Pollution With Peat
Snow Records Toppled in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota
Bulldogs Beat Cougars, Earn Fifth Straight Sweep
Bulldogs Blanked Twice by No. 3
Men's and Women's Tennis Extend Streaks with Win Over Bethany Lutheran
Saints Tally 61-Run Weekend, Sweep Martin Luther
Record Number of Teams Participated in
14th Annual Tony G 3 on 3 Tournament
Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Boy
Minn. House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules
Unique Dinner Aiming to Bring Awareness to Vision Loss
Minn. Senate Passes Bill Penalizing Fake Service Animals
Animal Allies: Julie
From Catchphrases to Fashion: 'Scandal's' Pop Culture Impact
'Roseanne' Episode Includes Duluth Reference
Longtime NPR Newscaster Carl Kasell Dies at 84
Pearl Jam Aims to Tap into Youth Movement with Montana Show
Athletes to Take Over Dancing With The Stars
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04/23/2018 12:28 AM
The Minnesota House of Representatives is considering sweeping changes to their decades-old discrimination and sexual harassment policies.
Able-bodied Medicaid recipients in Michigan may soon have to choose between finding a job or losing health insurance.
Phifer has announced that she will not continue her Congressional campaign to the primary election, despite leading all ballots at Saturday's 8th District DFL convention.
Two people are dead and two others injured after a single-vehicle crash in Becker County.
St. Paul police say a 41-year-old man was killed when a man fleeing police crashed into his vehicle.
Gov. Scott Walker's administration has filed a request with the federal government seeking a waiver that would allow Wisconsin to offer a $200 million reinsurance program.
New data show that the number of prescriptions for opioid painkillers filled in the U.S. fell dramatically last year. They showed their biggest drop in 25 years.
Wells Fargo plans to close branches in Eveleth, Silver Bay, Blackduck, and downtown Bemidji in the coming months.
Starbucks says it will close its more than 8,000 U.S. stores for several hours next month to conduct racial-bias training to its nearly 175,000 workers.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that protects landlords by limiting local governments' inspection authority.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that would prohibit local governments from enacting a wide variety of employment regulations.
Gov. Scott Walker isn't agreeing with Attorney General Brad Schimel's suggestion that Wisconsin's voter ID law enabled Sen. Ron Johnson to win re-election and President Donald Trump to capture the state in 2016.
Gov. Scott Walker is pledging he won't leave office during a third term to join President Donald Trump's cabinet.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that expands Wisconsin National Guard members' benefits.
Another Republican in the state Assembly has decided not to seek re-election.
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A Northland couple is taking a stand against the proposed sulfide-ore copper mining with a 2000 mile bike trek to the nation's capital.
The student organized event focused on the effects of plastic pollution. The event featured several activities like building plastic planters and participating in a grounds sweep.
Sam Cook, Outdoor Reporter with the Duluth News Tribune, will soon be putting down his notebook and heading into retirement after 38 years at the
had several volunteers help them on the project which will provide crops to prepare meals for AICHO families and community members.
"It Ends Here" campaign will raise awareness and provide resources to the the community about sexual misconduct, consent and bystander intervention.
Republicans and Democrats in Minnesota's 1st District picked candidates for the U.S. House seat being vacated by Democrat Tim Walz.