Midwest News

The man accused of fatally shooting a driver during a confrontation over a traffic crash has been charged with second-degree murder.

Criminal Charge Filed in Fatal Traffic Crash Confrontation

Meteor? Bright Light, Loud Noise Rattle Michigan Residents

Wisconsin Education Plan Wins Approval Over Objections

Pipeline Protester Accused in Shooting Reaches Plea Deal

Semi Crashes Into Minn. School, Hurting 4 People

State Warns Madison Retailers Against Synthetic Pot Sales

North Dakota Oil Output Cut Back to Meet Gas Capture Rules

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Minneapolis Improves Connectivity to Prepare for Super Bowl

2 Brothers Jailed in Wisconsin Suspected of Arizona Homicide

Woman's Death Marks 3rd Alexandria Fire Fatality This Month

Minnesota State Fairgrounds Slated for $11.1 Million Upgrade

Michigan Woman Faces Charges in Death of 2nd Infant

Police Chase Greyhound Bus after Passenger Reports Threats
Crews Rescue 5 Ice Fishermen on Western Lake Erie
3 Men Shot during Planned Encounter at Bloomington Hotel
UW Warns Students about Applying for Jobs with Legislator
Heater used to Thaw Frozen Pipes Sparks Fatal Minnesota Fire
Farmers Post Record Crop for Soybeans, Peanuts, Canola, Hops
5 Months in Jail for Michigan Man Who Cut Railroad Wires
Wisconsin School Apologizes for Slavery Homework Assignment

Tillerson Signals Deeper US Military Commitment in Syria

Bitcoin Skids as Traders Worry that Korea will Crack Down

US Ambassador Says Trump Policy in Afghanistan is Working

Koreas to Form Their First Joint Olympic Team

Science Panel Backs Lower Drunken Driving Threshold

Bannon Said to Have Received Grand Jury Subpoena

Doctor Says Trump Aced Cognitive Test

Senate Committee Approves Nomination of Powell for Fed Chair

Conservatives Balk at GOP Plan to Avert Government Shutdown

Walmart Offers Way to Turn Leftover Opioids into Useless Gel

US Urges Maritime Intervention of North Korea Trade

Dow Jones Industrials Recede from 26,000

Parents Arrested, Kids Chained in Calif. House of Horrors

Pope Begs Forgiveness for Chile Priest Sex Abuse

3 Churches Firebombed in Chile During Pope's Visit

Wis. Gubernatorial Candidate Flynn Would Pardon Pot Offenders
Democrat Wins Western Wis. State Senate Seat
Century After Pandemic, Science Takes Its Best Shot at Flu
MNsure Boasts 116,000 Signups in Record Year
Bitcoin Skids as Traders Worry that Korea will Crack Down
Fiat Chrysler CEO Says 3 New SUVs in the Works

Midwest News

Wisconsin School Apologizes for Slavery Homework Assignment

Authorities: 2 Dead after Fire in Central UP

Wisconsin Launches Ads to Lure Chicago Millennials North

Western Minn. Fire That Killed 2 Deemed Accidental

Teen gets 28-60 Years for Police Chase Crash that Killed 2

Minn. Human Services Chief to Fight Release of Serial Rapist

Tina and Cortez Ham said their son has stayed humble throughout his football career.

CJ Ham's Parents Reflect on Homegrown Football Career

Don't Go There! Ice Cave Access Still Unsafe

Two Superfund Sites in the Northland Highlighted by EPA

Possible Power Outage in Rural Floodwood This Evening

Woman and Child Ejected During Truck Crash

Camping Fees Changing at Wis. State Parks

People camping at Copper Falls and other Wisconsin State Parks could may slightly higher fees this year.

US Says Snow-Loving Lynx No Longer Need Special Protection

A Siberian lynx at the Lake Superior Zoo is seen in this file photo. Federal regulators are moving to drop protections for Canada lynx.

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads on January 12

Go, Dogs, Go: Beargrease Trails Looking Ready to Race

Twice as many teams than usual are registered for the mid-distance race.

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

Bear Attacks Three Men, Injures Two

Lake County deputies and the DNR tracked and shot the female bear around noon Tuesday.