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Four people were injured when a semi-truck crashed into a school in Lyle, Minn., on Tuesday morning.

Semi Crashes Into Minn. School, Hurting 4 People


State Warns Madison Retailers Against Synthetic Pot Sales

North Dakota Oil Output Cut Back to Meet Gas Capture Rules

Minneapolis Improves Connectivity to Prepare for Super Bowl

2 Brothers Jailed in Wisconsin Suspected of Arizona Homicide

Woman's Death Marks 3rd Alexandria Fire Fatality This Month

Minnesota State Fairgrounds Slated for $11.1 Million Upgrade

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Michigan Woman Faces Charges in Death of 2nd Infant


Missing Minnesota Man's Body Found in Denver


Police Chase Greyhound Bus after Passenger Reports Threats

Crews Rescue 5 Ice Fishermen on Western Lake Erie

3 Men Shot during Planned Encounter at Bloomington Hotel

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UW Warns Students about Applying for Jobs with Legislator
Heater used to Thaw Frozen Pipes Sparks Fatal Minnesota Fire
Farmers Post Record Crop for Soybeans, Peanuts, Canola, Hops
5 Months in Jail for Michigan Man Who Cut Railroad Wires
Wisconsin School Apologizes for Slavery Homework Assignment
Authorities: 2 Dead after Fire in Central UP
Wisconsin Launches Ads to Lure Chicago Millennials North
Western Minn. Fire That Killed 2 Deemed Accidental

US Urges Maritime Intervention of North Korea Trade


Dow Jones Industrials Recede from 26,000

Parents Arrested, Kids Chained in Calif. House of Horrors

Pope Begs Forgiveness for Chile Priest Sex Abuse

3 Churches Firebombed in Chile During Pope's Visit

21 Children Injured in German School Bus Accident

California Storm, Mudslides Death Toll at 20

Glowing Red Lava Causes More to Flee from Philippine Volcano

Army Vet Sues VA over Scalpel Left in Body

Trump Promises Involvement after Hawaii's False Alert

Iraq Raises Death Toll in Baghdad Attack to 38

2 Koreas Discuss Northern Art Troupe's Visit during Olympics

Chelsea Manning Files for US Senate Bid in Maryland

Hawaii Officials say Missile Alert was Mistake

African Ambassadors to UN Blast Trump Remark as 'Racist'

Memo Says Foxconn Cost to Taxpayers Could Near $4.5 Billion
Dayton Public Works Bill Includes $100 Million for NE Minn.
US OKs 1st Drug Aimed at Women with Inherited Breast Cancer
Signs of Stability, Trouble in Minn. Individual Health Market
After 8-Year Hiatus, Ford Ranger Returns to US in 2019
Redesigned Chevy Silverado Loses Weight, Gains Size

Midwest News

Teen gets 28-60 Years for Police Chase Crash that Killed 2


Minn. Human Services Chief to Fight Release of Serial Rapist


Wisconsin Settles Prison Death Lawsuit for $1 Million


Wisconsin Sees Decline in Number of Dairy Farms


Missing Florida Teen Found in Minnesota, 2 Arrested


Lawmaker Confident School Bill Will Pass


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Gov. Mark Dayton's administration presented a $1.5 billion public works bill Tuesday.

Dayton Public Works Bill Includes $100 Million for NE Minn.


Cloquet Company Made Hats for Super Bowl

Semi Crashes Into Minn. School, Hurting 4 People

'Catfishing' Would Be Crime Under Wis. Bill

Pawlenty Won't Run for Senate

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Camping Fees Changing at Wis. State Parks

People camping at Copper Falls and other Wisconsin State Parks could may slightly higher fees this year.

US Says Snow-Loving Lynx No Longer Need Special Protection

A Siberian lynx at the Lake Superior Zoo is seen in this file photo. Federal regulators are moving to drop protections for Canada lynx.

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads

Winter Storm Brings Snow, Gusty Winds with Icy Roads on January 12

Go, Dogs, Go: Beargrease Trails Looking Ready to Race

Twice as many teams than usual are registered for the mid-distance race.

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

A Cold Start to Winter Even for Northland Standards

Bear Attacks Three Men, Injures Two

Lake County deputies and the DNR tracked and shot the female bear around noon Tuesday.

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