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Gov. Mark Dayton collapses while giving his State of the State address.

Dayton Collapses While Delivering State of the State Address

Downtown Duluth Shooting Victim Not Identified Yet; Charges Expected Tuesday for Suspects

Skiers Embracing Warmth at Spirit Mountain

Polarizing Views on Council's Standing Rock Resolution Persist

Fourth and Final Defendant in Iron Range Murder Sentenced to 32 Years
Bartholamy Jake Drift was sentenced to 32 years in prison for the death of Harley Jacka.

Beargrease to Start in Two Harbors as Planned
Recent warm weather could force changes to the route of this year's John Beargrase Sled Dog Marathon.

Walker Proposes New Welfare Work Requirements

Two Men Arrested in Downtown Duluth Shooting

Northland Women Join Massive March on Washington

Gov. Dayton To Deliver His State of the State Address Monday Evening

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A couple of events were held in the Twin Ports on Sunday afternoon to observe the 44th anniversary of the controversial ruling of Roe V. Wade.
Both Sides Square Off in Roe v. Wade Rally
An 11-year-old child was killed in a two-car accident in Carlton County on Friday morning. Authorities say roads were slippery at the time of the accident.
Child Dies after Crash in Carlton County
The Lake Superior Zoo celebrated the 20th birthday of Georgie the Sloth on Sunday.
Lake Superior Zoo Celebrates Milestone Birthday
Women's March Concerns Shared in Duluth
International Falls Ice Box Thaws for "Freeze Your Gizzard" Run
Essentia Health-St. Mary's Emergency Room Locked Down Saturday Evening
A teenager is in critical condition following an ATV accident in Fredenberg Township.
Teenager Passed Away after ATV Crash in Fredenberg Township
Beargrease Hosts "Cutest Puppy" Contest
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Pence Swears in Pompeo as CIA Director

US Denies Russian Claim of Syria Coordination

The U.S. says Russia's claim that its warplanes flew a joint mission over Syria with the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State group is

California Storms: Heavy Rain, Snow Continues

The tail end of a punishing winter storm is lashing California with thunderstorms and severe winds after breaking rainfall records, washing out roads and whipping up enormous waves over the weekend.

Trump Reinstates Ban on Federal Money for Abortion

Man Arrested Months After Gang Crossfire Kills a Grandmother

St. Paul Cop Charged with Assault, Accused of Punching Teen

St. Paul Office of Anti-Abortion Group Vandalized

State Agency Highlights Climate Change, 2 Others Ignore

North Dakota Man Rescued after Getting Lost in a Colorado Park

Pair Rescued After Vehicle Goes Through Ice on Lake

Thousands Rally against Trump at Minnesota Women's March

SD Lawmaker Admits to Relations with Two Interns

Keetac Steelworkers Begin Returning to Work

Essar Global Responds to Lawsuit

A bill to be introduced at the Wisconsin Capitol would repeal a mining moratorium that's been in place since 1998.

Legislator Wants to Lift Wisconsin Mining Moratorium

#14 Brainerd/Little Falls Edges Cloquet-Esko-Carlton

Antetokounmpo Scores 31 in Bucks' 127-114 Win Over Rockets

Northlanders Megan Gustafson, Sophie McGovern Honored by College Conferences

Recent 1,000th Point Milestones for Area Hoopsters

Duluth Gospel Tabernacle Prepares for Mission Trip to Liberia

World Championship ICE Racing Series Debuts at AMSOIL Friday

Hibbing Elementary Students Take On Mannequin Challenge

Animal Allies: Coco, Fitger's Frozen Fundraiser

Workout Wednesday: StoneHouse Martial Arts

Local Credit Union Raises $40,000 to Fight Hunger

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events in Duluth

Minnesota's Game and Fish Fund Faces Looming Budget Deficit

Duluth Catholic Schools Plan to Add High School, Close St. Michael's

Local Representatives React to Presidential Inauguration

Ice Box Days in International Falls Kick Off

Vigil Remembers Elderly Pedestrian on Anniversary of Death

Fundraising for Family of Fatal Fire in Mt. Iron

Boy, 14, Dies after SUV Hits Road Grader in Western UP

Free Diabetes Prevention Classes Underway in Twin Ports Area
Sprint is Buying a 33 percent Stake in Tidal
Sprint and the music streaming service, Tidal are joining forces.
'The Last Jedi' Revealed as Title for 'Star Wars' VIII

Proctor High School and Middle School Closed Due to Natural Gas Smell

Due to the smell of natural gas, high school and middle school classes have been canceled. 

Candidates Talk Issues at Superior Mayoral Forum

Superior voters were given the opportunity to meet and listen to the 4 mayoral candidates Thursday night. Nearly 100 people packed the large meeting room in the Superior Public Library to find out how each of the candidates stood on issues ranging from the City's budget to previous political experience. 

Remembering Longtime Floodwood Columnist "Mrs. Cedar Valley"

Elina Johnson was proud to be known as "Mrs. Cedar Valley" for the column she wrote almost every week for 78 years. That column has come to an end as Johnson passed away at 95 almost two weeks ago. Her family remembers her as artistic, worldly and full of love. 

Duluth's Arts and Culture Master Plan Released at Reception

Live music and artwork was on display at the Duluth City Hall for a reception. City Council endorsed the Creative Watershed, which has been in the works for a few years. It's intended to guide the future vision and collaborative efforts of the arts commission.

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Trump Reinstates Ban on Federal Money for Abortion

Gov. Dayton To Deliver His State of the State Address Monday Evening

Walker Proposes New Welfare Work Requirements

Minnesota's Game and Fish Fund Faces Looming Budget Deficit

New Chronic Wasting Disease Case Found in Central Minnesota

Report: More Work Needed on Identifying Great Lakes Toxins
Lake Superior is seen at Tettegouche State Park in this Jan. 7 photo.  An international agency is urging more action to deal with chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.

Apostle Islands Ice Caves Inaccessible to Visitors
The ice caves in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, seen in this 2015 photo, are not yet accessible this winter.

Sisters Donate $10,000 to Nordic Ski Center to Honor Their Mother

Federal Agencies Budget $42M for Great Lakes Carp Prevention
Federal agencies are budgeting $42 million for the Great Lakes fight against invasive carp, like this one found in a river near Stillwater, Minn.