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Authorities in Otter Tail County say a 3-year-old child was accidentally shot and wounded by another child.

Child Accidentally Shoots 3-year-old in Deer Creek


TransCanada Sends More Crews to South Dakota Pipeline Leak

Nebraska to Announce Decision on Keystone XL Pipeline

Firefighters Rescue 2 Teenagers Stuck in St. Paul Cave

3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing

University of Minnesota Business School Increasing Options

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South Dakota University to Offer 18-Day Intensive Courses


Local Wisconsin Officials Considering Own Mining Regulations


Des Moines to Pay $225,000 to Settle Police Shooting Lawsuit

Detroit Priest Beatified by Catholic Church

New $167M Wisconsin Wind Farm to Power 25,000 Homes

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University of Minnesota Works to Prevent Sexual Assault
Wisconsin Ex-doctor Acquitted of Over-prescribing Narcotics
Feds Propose $1.8 Million Fine in Wisconsin Plant Explosion
Lawmakers Reaction to Sen. Franken Sexual Harassment Allegations
Full Statement from Senator Franken Regarding Harassment Allegations
Minnesota Man Arrested after Girlfriend Fatally Struck
Train Collision Kills 2 Women in Northwest Minnesota
Rock Singer Etheridge Pleads Guilty to Possessing Marijuana in ND

Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign


Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Border Agent Injured in Texas Dies

Authorities Seek Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pennsylvania Police Officer

Facing Impeachment Threat, Mugabe Refuses to Resign

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine

New U.S. Weather Satellite Launched from California

Trump Delays Policy on Importing Elephant Parts

Iraq Officials Say Last IS-Held Town Liberated

20 Injured in Fire at Pennsylvania Senior Living Community

US House Passes Sweeping GOP Tax Overhaul

Democrats Use New Analysis to Bash GOP Tax Bill

Federal Regulators Relax Media Ownership Rules

Russia Vetoes US Resolution on Syria Chemical Weapons Use

Pres. Trump says Asia Trip Showed Strong US Standing

Aide Says Trump 'Discomfort' Why He's Not Stumping for Moore
Klobuchar to Champion Franken's Sexual Assault Bill
Minnesota Doctors Face Opioid Prescribing Limits
Former Smoker: "Never Too Late to Quit"
New $167M Wisconsin Wind Farm to Power 25,000 Homes
FCC Approves Changes to Phone Subsidies on Tribal Lands

Midwest News

Wisconsin DNR Names 240 New Waters as Impaired


Documents: US Steel Sought to Keep Indiana Chemical Spill Secret


North Dakota Regulators Blame Pipeline Spill on Human Error


Father of Minnesota Toddler Who Shot Himself Arrested


Gov. Dayton, DFL Chair Ken Martin Call for Sexual Harassment Training


Michigan Governor Cites 'Significant' Concerns over Enbridge Pipeline


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A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says he won't resign after allegations he groped a Los Angeles radio anchor in 2006.

Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign


3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener

Local Family Holding 4th Annual Holiday Toy Drive For Hospital Patients

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing

University of Minnesota Business School Increasing Options

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Wisconsin Firearms Deer Season Opens Saturday

The 2017 Wisconsin Firearms Deer Season opens Saturday.

7 Deer Test Presumptive Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease

7 Deer Test Presumptive Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease

Wisconsin DNR Names 240 New Waters as Impaired

240 new waterways are being listed as impaired in Wisconsin.

Hunters Hitting the Woods, Fields for Firearms Deer Season

Deer season opener in Michigan

MN DNR: Statewide Deer Harvest Up 10 Percent

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Walker Signs Bill Eliminating Minimum Hunting Age

There is no longer an age requirement for hunting in Wisconsin under a bill signed by Gov. Scott Walker.

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