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Foxconn Pushes Wis. on Highly Skilled Jobs

Foxconn Pushes Wis. on Highly Skilled Jobs


Public Memorial Set for Justine Damond

Minneapolis Posts Climate Change Data that EPA Deleted

Woman Who Was Shown Threatening Muslims Hugs One of Them

Marijuana Found in Cars Shipped from Mexico to Michigan

Worsening Drought Conditions in Parts of US Stressing Crops

Police Training Board Won't Name Fund in Castile's Honor

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Wisconsin Company Sued over Death at Manitoba Resort


Minneapolis Expands Required Use of Body Cameras


Level 3 Offender Sought by Minnesota Department of Corrections

Supreme Court: Globe, School of Business Loans Were Illegal

Adult Arrested After 7-year-old Shoots 4-year-old in Leg

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Foxconn Plans $10B Facility in SE Wis.
Small Wisconsin Airport Becomes World's Busiest during Convention
US, Canadian Officials Seek Feedback on Lake Huron Plan
Enbridge Wins Appeal in Dispute over Man's Health, Oil Spill
Ohio Pair Finally Meet After 3 Years of Excuses on Tinder
Laura Ingalls Wilder Butter Statue Coming to Iowa State Fair
Search Warrant: Woman Hit Car Before Damond Shooting
Personnel Records Out for Minn. Officer who Shot Woman

926-Pound Shark Caught in New Jersey


Sessions Says He'll Remain as Long as Trump Wants

Police: One-Armed, Machete-Wielding Clown Arrested

Mexican Border Wall Prototypes Delayed

Military Chief: No Change Yet in Transgender Policy

Ford Recalling 117,000 Vehicles for Safety Defect

Egypt Forming Group to Confront Terrorism

Wildfires Continue in Portugal

State Dept. Warns Tourists of Possibly Tainted Alcohol in Mexico

Trump to Bar Transgender Individuals from Serving in U.S. Military

TSA Expands New Procedure for Inspecting Large Electronics

Scalise Discharged from Hospital, Beginning Rehabilitation

Fires Force Evacuation of Thousands in France

Trump Continues Criticism of Sessions

McCain Delivers Passionate Speech in Senate Return

Sessions Says He'll Remain as Long as Trump Wants
Former Democrat, Marine Launches Campaign against Baldwin
Oregon Scientists Do First Human Gene Embryo Editing in US
Study Says E-cigarettes Might Help Smokers Quit
Emily's Eatery on Knife River Has Opened for Business
Starbucks to Close All Teavana Stores

Midwest News

Wis. Company to Implant Microchips in Employees


In Minneapolis, Fake Sign Warns of 'Easily Startled' Police


Western Wisconsin Residents Rebuild After Fatal Tornado


3rd Death after Woman Drives into South Dakota Pedestrians


Willmar Officers Shoot, Injure Armed Man


Authorities: Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Eau Claire


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The section of the Line 5 Pipeline runs from Superior to Port Huron, Michigan.

Forest Service Open House Stirs up Controversy


Fond Du Lac Breaks Ground on $8 Million Broadband Project

Stop For School Buses; Increase in Fines

Stingless Wasps Released in Hartley for EAB Control

Cliffs' CEO Sees Positive Things Ahead for Industry, Company

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Stingless Wasps Released in Hartley for EAB Control

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture brought three different parasitoid wasp species to Hartley Thursday.

Kids Can Learn to Hunt Pheasants with a Mentor

Application process for kids wanting to learn how to hunt pheasant is open through August 21.

Mille Lacs Walleye Closure Extended until Aug. 11

The Minnesota DNR has extended the closure of walleye fishing on Mille Lacs Lake until Aug. 11.

Hayward Hosts 58th Annual Lumberjack World Championships

The 58th Annual Lumberjack World Championships in Hayward, Wisconsin

Entry Open to Submit Trout and Salmon Stamp Design

The Minnesota DNR needs the public's help in designing 2018's Trout and Salmon stamp.

Feds Send $750,000 for Duluth's Lincoln Park

Duluth's Lincoln Park will see restoration work with help from $750,000 in federal funding.

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