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The man who tried to attack Larry Nassar in a courtroom is sending thousands of dollars donated to him to charities that help survivors of sexual assault.

Donations to Man Who Tried to Attack Nassar Go to 4 Groups

Stillwater Revitalized after Bridge Closing

Michigan Shipwreck Hunters Find Schooner that Sank in 1873

Dayton's Budget Cues up Tax Fight with GOP

Vest Whistleblower to get $5.7M in Government Settlement

Ivanka Trump to Visit Iowa to Promote Workforce Development

Study: High Rate of Wisconsin Fatal Crashes involve Elderly

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Designer of Fallen Florida Bridge Also Did New 35W Span

FBI Asking for Leads in Fatal WI Apartment Explosion

Report: Russia-linked Accounts Stirred Discord in Milwaukee

Survey Suggests Rural Economy to Keep Improving in Plains, Midwest

Chicago, American Airlines Reach Deal on O'Hare Expansion

Jury Rejects Claim that Kiss Distracted Driver in Fatal Crash
Minnesota, Wisconsin Students Join National Gun Violence Walkout
Officials Confirm 1st Measles Case in Michigan This Year
Father Killed in Rochester Fled from Iraq
Illinois Men Suspected in Minn. Mosque Bombing
3 Students Remain Critical after School Van Crash
Milwaukee Parents Charged after Son Fatally Shot Sister
Pensions to Wisconsin Retirees Increasing 2.4 percent

Harvard To Host Florida Shooting Survivors For Panel On Guns

Engineer Warned of Cracking 2 Days Before Bridge Collapse

Sessions Fires Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe

Vest Whistleblower to get $5.7M in Government Settlement

Syrian Army Claims 70 Percent of Eastern Ghouta; 40,000 Flee in 1 Day

US Job Openings Soar to Record High of 6.3 Million

Pentagon: No Survivors in American Helicopter Crash in Iraq

New York Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Dies

Update: 6 Dead in Pedestrian Bridge Collapse in Florida

Zinke Says Interior Dept. Negotiating Lower Price for $139K Doors

US Says Russian Hackers Affected US Industries

US Imposes Sanctions on 13 Russians Indicted by Mueller

Trump Admits Making Up Trade Claim in Trudeau Talk

North Korean Foreign Minister Visits Sweden

FBI on Nikolas Cruz: We 'Should Have Done More'

Sessions Fires Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe
Pawlenty: 'Warming Up Engine' for Possible Run for Governor
Hermantown High Schoolers Using Heart Monitors in PE Classes
New Memory Cafe Seeks to Help Those Affected by Memory Loss
Earth Rider Brewery Begins Canning Beer
L.L. Bean: No Bonus After Tough Year, More Jobs to be Cut

Midwest News

Authorities Seeking Cause of Fire that Killed 3 Children

Iowa Leader Resigns After Purportedly Kissing Lobbyist

Minnesota Farmland Prices Drop in 2017

Reward Posted for Picasso Print Taken from Milwaukee Firm

Lawmaker Takes Up Fight By Wetterlings To Limit File Access

Officials to Burn Down Rest of Building after Fatal WI Blast

Clyde Iron Works hosted the Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration on Saturday evening at the Clyde Iron Event Center.

Duluth's Clyde Iron Works Hosts Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration

12th Annual Mojakka Cook-Off Held in Cloquet

Finland Celebrates with 43rd Annual St. Urho's Parade

Fitger's hosts 23rd Annual Bockfest

Runners Suit Up in Green For Saint Fennessy 4K

Fading Isle Royale Wolf Population to be Restored

FILE - After years of debate, the National Park Service has tentatively decided to move wolves to Isle Royale.

Crowded Porcupine Mountains Limits Backcountry Camping

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is limiting backcountry camping.

Northern Wisconsin Elk Hunt Set for Fall

Wisconsin's first elk hunt is set for this fall.

Madeline Island Folks Play Croquet on Ice Road

Madeline Island Folks Play Croquet on Ice Road

Wisconsin Beekeepers See High Losses to Parasite

A parasite is causing high losses of bees in Wisconsin.

Dozens Hit the Trails for Stride, Ride, Glide Triathlon in Superior

Stride, Ride, Glide Triathlon.