A new wind farm in Wisconsin is expected to bring power to about 25,000 homes.

New $167M Wisconsin Wind Farm to Power 25,000 Homes

FCC Approves Changes to Phone Subsidies on Tribal Lands

FDA Warns of Injury, Death with Herbal Supplement Kratom

Wis. GOP Resurrects Bill Exempting Rent-to-Own from Consumer Act

Get on the Grocery Bus in Aurora

Broadcom Offers to Buy Qualcomm in $130 Billion Deal

More than 40 Million Fire Extinguishers Recalled

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BMW Recalls 1.4M Vehicles Due to Risk of Under-hood Fires

Mall of America Will Close on Thanksgiving

Book World Closes All Stores, Including 4 in Northland

Minnesota AG: CenturyLink Must Disclose Fees Under Order

FDA Moves to Ax Claim for Heart Benefits from Soy Foods

US Consumer Spending Surged 1 Percent in September
Fisher-Price Recalls 65,000 Baby Seats due to Fire Hazard
Xcel Energy Building 175 New Wind Turbines
Sears-Whirlpool Split after 100 Years
California Company Recalls Vegetables Over Listeria Fears
New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Open in Sturgeon Lake
Toyota Tops Consumer Reports' Auto Reliability Rankings
Ford Recalling About 1.3M Vehicles for Possible Door Issue
A new robot can Crossfit better than any human. Boston Dynamics was showing it off this week.

Tech Bytes: Amazon Deals, Crossfit Robot

Tech Bytes: Amazon Holiday Discounts, Netflix Study
Tech Bytes: "Forever 21" Credit Card Breach, GoPro Toughness
Tech Bytes: Digital Pill, "Spot Mini"
Tech Bytes: Walmart Boosting Online Prices, Dodge Challenger "Demon" in Stores
Tech Bytes: Paypal "Money Pools," Amazon Pop-up Shops
Many Minnesota doctors face new limits on opioid prescriptions.

Minnesota Doctors Face Opioid Prescribing Limits

Former Smoker: "Never Too Late to Quit"
St. Luke's Offers eCare for Minor Health Conditions
FDA Clears Nerve Stimulator to Aid Recovery from Opioids
US Scientists Try 1st Gene Editing in the Body
FDA Warns of Injury, Death with Herbal Supplement Kratom

Twitter Vows New Crackdown on Hateful, Abusive Tweets

Twitter vowed to crack down further on hate speech and sexual harassment, days after CEO Jack Dorsey said in a tweet-storm that the company was "still" not doing enough to protect users.

Governor Says Minnesota Will Offer Modest Bid to Amazon

Liz Weston: How to Buy the Last House You'll Ever Buy

Pop-Up Stores Sought for Downtown Duluth

Customers Line up to Welcome First Ever Aldi Store in Duluth

Arby's Brings Back Venison Sandwich

Bring a Quarter and Bags: Tips for Shopping at Aldi

Sears Canada Granted OK to Liquidate Remaining Stores

Facebook Begins 'Human Review' of Potentially Sensitive Ads

Microsoft to Help Expand Rural Broadband in Wis.

Judge Weighs Motion to Dismiss Twin Metals Mining Lawsuit

Walker Promises to Sign Mining Bill

Merger Between Tritec and RMS is Complete

MnDOT Wants Feedback on Highway 53 Work

Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says he won't resign after allegations he groped a Los Angeles radio anchor in 2006.

Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Border Agent Injured in Texas Dies

One Customs and Border Protection agent is dead and another is injured after an incident in Texas.

Authorities Seek Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pennsylvania Police Officer

Pennsylvania authorities are looking for a man who fatally shot a police officer.

Facing Impeachment Threat, Mugabe Refuses to Resign

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe did not resign during a speech Sunday despite an impeachment threat.

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine