Duluth's Clyde Iron Works Hosts Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration
12th Annual Mojakka Cook-Off Held in Cloquet
Finland Celebrates with 43rd Annual St. Urho's Parade
Fitger's hosts 23rd Annual Bockfest
Runners Suit Up in Green For Saint Fennessy 4K
UMD Hosts STEM Event For Local Youth
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Virginia/MIB's Larson Announces Resignation as Boys Hockey Coach
Dubnyk, Foligno Lead Wild Over Coyotes
Aldridge's 39 Points Leads Spurs Past Wolves, 117-101
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North Woods Takes Section 7A Title to Head Back to State Tournament
Minnesota Lawmakers Revive Push to Crack Down on Highway Protests
A 'Dyn-O-Mite' Night of Comedy at Grandma's Sports Garden
Animal Allies: Thor
Dayton Readies Final State of the State Speech
Wise Fool Theatre's 'Treasure Island' Full of Swashbuckling Fun
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03/15/2018 09:26 PM
You can now enjoy a six pack of your favorite Earth Rider beer, because the new business just started canning their product.
The nation's largest health insurer plans to give some customers a break at the pharmacy counter starting next year.
Target is again raising its starting pay, this time to $12 per hour.
'Facebook Lite' is coming to America. It was originally designed for developing countries with limited bandwidth. March Madness has nothing on a hoops-shooting robot made by some Toyota engineers in Japan.
A new way of physical education has taken off at Hermantown High School. The school and Essentia Health have started using herat monitors in their classes to help students stay active.
Dunkin' Donuts says a story and clickable coupon being shared widely online that offers free boxes of doughnuts to celebrate its anniversary is false.
In response to the proposed tariffs on steel imports, U.S. Steel is restarting a blast furnace at Granite City Works.
A special reception at the Depot on Tuesday gave folks the chance to see the official unveiling of the Erie Mining History Project.
A federal judge has put on hold four lawsuits filed by eight environmental groups to block a land swap that the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota needs to move forward.
Europe is threatening to impose new tariffs on U.S. products in response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.
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Harvard University will be inviting students who survived the school shooting in Parkland, Florida to talk about gun control.
Florida officials say two days before a catastrophic bridge collapse in Miami, an engineer left a voicemail saying some cracking had been found at one end of the span.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
The U.S. government says a Michigan college professor who blew the whistle on defective material in police vests will receive $5.7 million.
The Syrian army says the armed forces have captured and cleared dozens of villages, towns and farms east of the capital Damascus consisting of about 70 percent of the area known as eastern Ghouta.
U.S. employers sharply ramped up their demand for workers in January, advertising 6.3 million jobs at the end of the month, the most on records dating back 17 years.