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A remote operated vehicle inspects cable 2, one of two severed American Transmission Company cables, at the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac, April 23.

Photos Show 2 Great Lakes Electric Cables Were Severed


Foxconn Says Wis. DNR Has Approved Air Permits

Prince Heirs Sue Illinois Hospital over Care during Overdose

Minn. Father Drops Infant from Balcony to Firefighter

Wisconsin Officials Warn of Possible Measles Exposure

Crash in Becker County kills 2, Injures 2

Man Killed After Suspect Fleeing Police Struck his Vehicle

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Judge Orders Release of Files in Wetterling Case


House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules


Twin Cities School Bus Driver Removed after Leading Prayer

Illinois County Declares Itself a Symbolic Gun Sanctuary

3 Charged in Deaths of Dozens of Cattle at Nebraska Farm

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Republican Field Grows in Race to Replace Ryan
Minnesota Grandma Wanted For Alleged Murder of Husband and Florida Woman Captured
UW-Madison Launches Project to Acknowledge Racism
Mich. School Shuts Down after Confederate Flag-Bearing Truck Gatherings
It's (Another) Boy! Michigan Family with 13 Sons Gets No. 14
Tribes' Request for More Say in Dakota Access Pipeline Study Denied
Prince Death Investigation: A Sign of Deadly Opioid Epidemic
Minnesota Man Convicted in Death of Saudi Arabian Student

No Sign VA Nominee Will Withdraw after Behavior Allegations


Trump Softens Tone on Syria Withdrawal

Toronto Van Suspect Faces 10 Murder Counts

Spokesman: George HW Bush Responding, Recovering

After Close Vote, Panel Sends Pompeo Nomination to Senate

CDC: Throw Away Romaine Lettuce

Waffle House Shooting Suspect in Custody

Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Boy

North Korea Says It Will Suspend Nuclear and Missile Testing

In Lawsuit, DNC Blames Election Loss on Trump-Russia Alliance

Southwest Offers Apology, $5K, to Passengers on Damaged Jet

Wells Fargo to Pay $1B for Mortgage, Auto Lending Abuses

4 Missouri Brothers Left Home Alone Die in Fire

Rudy Giuliani to Join Trump Legal Team in Russia Probe

Cuba's New President Vows Socialist Continuity

No Sign VA Nominee Will Withdraw after Behavior Allegations
DFLer Stages House Floor Sit-In, Wants Stronger Gun Laws
Wisconsin Officials Warn of Possible Measles Exposure
Walker Seeks Federal Waiver for Reinsurance in Wisconsin
CDC: Throw Away Romaine Lettuce
Wells Fargo Closing 4 Northland Branches

Midwest News

Sun Country to Cover Some Added Costs for Stranded Travelers


Toddler Playing in Snow Fatally Injured by Van


Michigan Sues Company over Great Lakes Power Cable Damage


Oil Flow Resumes through Damaged Great Lakes Pipelines


Central Minn. Police: 8-Year-Old Attacks Other Students with Knife


Snow Records Toppled in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota


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Some Hermantown business owners are upset over a proposal to implement a stormwater utility fee.

Hermantown Business Owner Sounds Off Against Stormwater Utility Fee Proposal


Washout Cuts Off Utility Service Near Biwabik

Bayfield Man Charged With Murder

Success in Stopping the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

St. Louis County Approves Disaster Declaration

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Sounders Beat Minnesota 3-1 for 1st Win of Season

The Seattle Sounders beat Minnesota United 3-1 on Sunday.

Sam Cook Makes Retirement Announcement

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 DNT.

Bag Limit for Brook Trout Expanded on Many UP Streams

A catch of brook trout from an Upper Peninsula stream.

Bill to Link Local Hiking Trails to National Route Advances in US House

The Superior Hiking Trail and two other Northland trails would be hooked into a national system under a bill advancing in Congress.

Park Service Backs Away from Steep Entrance Fee Hikes

The entrance fee at many national parks, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, will rise $5 this year. The new vehicle fee at Teddy Roosevelt will be $30.

Golf Group Seeks to Keep Both Duluth Public Courses Open

Friends of Duluth Public Golf wants both Enger and Lester to stay open.

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