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After Losses, Duluth Discusses Changes for Golf Courses

Ely City Councilor Faces Backlash for Offensive Facebook Post; Apologizes at Meeting

Kids Hit the Ice with UMD Bulldogs at Heritage Sports Center

Quilters Give Blankets Away to Northland Family

Recount Results So Far: Trump Adds to Victory in Wis. Counties

Tribal Leader Renews Call for Pipeline Protesters to Leave Camp

Duluth Moms Blog Connects and Encourages
Twenty-eight local writers contribute to the Duluth Moms Blog on a wide range of topics.

Trees of Hope: Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank

This holiday season, WDIO-TV and HOM Furniture are shining a light on organizations helping others in our community. The Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank is our charity of the week. Their mission is to feed Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin's hungry by rescuing and distributing food and engaging the region in the fight against hunger.
Lutefisk "Lye-ing" in Wait for Annual Dinner
Volunteers will prepare 500 pounds of lutefisk Wednesday morning.

A Look Back: WDIO Reporters Sample Lutefisk
Dan Romano samples lutefisk live on the air. The First Lutheran Church's annual lutefisk dinner is on Dec. 7 from Noon to 7 p.m.

Duluth Council Declares Support for Standing Rock
Dozens of impassioned supporters came before Duluth City Council Monday night over the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.

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A rally Monday at Duluth City Hall asked for a Homeless Bill of Rights to be added into city code.
Rally at Duluth City Hall Calls for Homeless Bill of Rights
The company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline is slamming the Obama administration after the U.S. Army's decision not to grant an easement for the project.
Energy Transfer Partners Slams Pipeline Ruling as Political
Memberships at both the Duluth Area Family YMCA and the Superior Douglas County Family YMCA will be honored at all locations of both Y's beginning January 1.
Duluth and Superior YMCA's Announce Membership Partnership
Six Wisconsin counties, including Iron County, have completed recounting ballots in the presidential race.
Recount Yields Little Change in Wis. Results So Far
Pita Pit, a new restaurant in Duluth has opened it's doors.
Pita Pit Opens in Downtown Duluth
Third grade classroom at Spirit of the Lake Community School in Duluth.
A Unique Form of Learning Gaining Momentum in Duluth
Walker Says He Won't Break Tax Hike Promise
The Standing Rock Sioux tribal chairman is asking pipeline protesters to leave a camp.
Tribal Leader: Pipeline Opponents Should Go Home
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UN Agency Says Iran No Longer in Violation of Nuclear Deal

Death Toll in Indonesian Earthquake Rises to 25

McConnell says Congress will Quickly Set Out to Dismantle Obamacare

Police: 3 Children Dead in Albuquerque Shooting

Michigan Court says Stein Can't Seek Recount

UW Schools Want 2 Percent Pay Raise

Feds End Student Aid for Globe, Minnesota School of Business

Officer Won't Be Charged in Shooting that Paralyzed Iowa Man

Mother Sues over Baby Mix-Up at Minneapolis Hospital

Nickelback to Play 2017 Minn. State Fair

U of M Officials Had Free Access to Stadium Suites

Tribal Leader: Pipeline Opponents Should Go Home

Environmentalists Want Mining Company's Lawsuit Dismissed

Deal Proposed in 3-State Pollution Suit against US Steel

Minnesota Loses Bid to Get Essar Leases

Prep Hockey 12/6: Wins for Superior Boys, Proctor/Hermantown Girls

Superior Spartans

Prep Hoops 12/6: Wins for Esko Boys, Bemidji Girls

Superior vs Esko

Bryan Fideldy Steps Down as Grand Rapids Volleyball Coach

Bryan Fideldy steps down as Grand Rapids Volleyball Coach.

Spurs Move to 13-0 on the Road With 105-91 Win Over Wolves

'Breakfast with Santa' Celebrates 45 Years in Duluth

9th Annual USO Variety and Canteen Show Features New Acts, New Location

Animal Allies: Dragonfruit, New Winter Hours

Sankta Lucia Celebration Highlights Swedish Christmas Culture

First Graders from Queen of Peace in Cloquet Visit WDIO

Live Music, Crafts, and Clydesdales in Biwabik for German Christmas Festival

Playhouse to Reveal New Vision of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

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Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank helps the Northland senior community with their NAPS program.

Trees of Hope & Second Harvest: Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors

Duluth's 148th Fighter Wing Honored as Top Flying Unit

Feds Block Route of Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota

Duluth Makes Proposal for Gaps in 2017 City Budget

Loved Ones Carry On The Mission of Breakdancing in Duluth

Knife River Embraces A Scandinavian Tradition

Santa and Mrs. Claus Visit The Lake Superior Zoo

Many Smartphone Health Apps Don't Flag Danger, Says Review
Christmas, Hanukkah Decorations Trend Fancy and Upside Down
Designers say holiday decorations in 2016 are all about glitz, glamour and the odd bit of novelty: marble tableware, bejewelled baubles and even upside-down Christmas trees.
Dylan Writes Nobel Acceptance Speech, Won't Deliver It
Bob Dylan is seen at a White House Medal of Freedom ceremony in 2012. Dylan has written an acceptance speech for his Nobel Prize, but will not deliver it.

Trees of Hope & Second Harvest: Student Volunteers

Student volunteers from Cloquet High School are helping their younger peers stay full over the weekends.  The Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank is our Trees of Hope Charity of the Week.

Trees for Troops Spreads Making Christmas Brighter for Military Families

Many people in the military will not be making it home for the holidays, but that isn't stopping the Trees for Troops effort to make Christmas a little brighter for them.

Madison Musician was to Perform at Deadly Warehouse Fire

A Madison-based electronic musician was supposed to perform at an Oakland, California, warehouse where a deadly fire broke out at a late-night dance party. Joel Shanahan performs as Golden Donna. 

Two Brothers Rescued Nearly 5 Hours After Going Missing

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office Volunteer Rescue Squad and first responders successfully located two brothers and their dogs after going missing while hunting. 

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McConnell says Congress will Quickly Set Out to Dismantle Obamacare

Recount Results So Far: Trump Adds to Victory in Wis. Counties

Michigan Court says Stein Can't Seek Recount

Plan Sought to Reduce Flame Retardant Toxins in Great Lakes

DNR: No More Deer Test Positive for CWD in SE Minnesota

Wis. Deer Harvest Down 6 Percent in 2016

South Dakota Loses More than 2,000 Deer in Disease Outbreak

Michigan Appeals Court Finds 2014 Wolf Hunt Unconstitutional

Wis. Deer Harvest Down Nearly 5 Percent on Opening Weekend