Right-to-Carry Gun Bill Clears Wisconsin Panel
Timber Sales Increase in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Leech Lake Band Granted $3 Million for Veterans Cemetery
Search for Cass County Intruder Continues
Appeals Court Upholds Wisconsin's Right to Work Law
United Way Hosts 26th Annual Chili Cook-Off
Bentleyville in Need of Volunteers
UMD Newspaper Changes Name from 'Statesman' to 'The Bark'
Touchstone Awards Luncheon Honors Non-Profits
Leif Erikson Statue in Duluth Vandalized
Extended Weather Forecast
Warm Conditions Help Major Minnesota Crops Mature
Earth Sweltered to 3rd Hottest August, Summer on Record
Tropical Storm Warning Expanded for New England; Maria Heads to the Caribbean
Grand Rapids Girl's Soccer Wins in OT at Proctor
Duluth Denfeld VB Gets Road Win at Proctor
Judge Hits No. 44, Chapman Saves Yankees' 2-1 Win Over Twins
Ex-Bulldog, Hermantown Native Neal Pionk Scores GW-Goal for NY Rangers in Preseason Opener
Suter, Braun Help Brewers Beat Pirates to Gain in Playoff Race
Grand Rapids to Host MN Governor's Deer Opener
Getting Outdoors in the Fall
Life Coach: Focusing on The Right Things in Life
Jedidiah Bila Departs ABC's 'The View'
Words With Friends Adds 50,000 Pop Culture Words
Jarvi's 'African Menagerie' Unveiled in Grand Rapids
'It' Stomps 'Mother' with $60M in Second Week
Husker Du Drummer, Singer Grant Hart Dies of Cancer
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Public File Reports
Minnesota government leaders are hesitant to tighten rules against Capitol protests that don't have permits even though some recent demonstrations turned into heated confrontations.
The Thunderhawks and Rails met on Monday night.
Dozens of businesses and organizations around the area will face off in friendly competition, while raising money for Head of the Lakes United Way.