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
Robotics Competition Held at Superior Middle School
Love-A-Pet back at Miller Hill Subaru
Duluth's Mounted Patrol Unit to be Disbanded
Morgan Park School Set to be Demolished
Kicking Off the Holiday Season in the Twin Ports
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National Weather Service Testing New Snow Squall Warnings
Minnesota Deer Season Opener Forecast
Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday Morning, Set Clocks Back
Drummond Scores 20 Points, Pistons Outlast T-Wolves 100-97
Jordan Murphy Leads Minnesota Past Western Carolina
Murray, Vikings Trample Rams 24-7 in Division Leader Matchup
Ravens Force 5 TOs, Rout Struggling Packers 23-0
Shuster Rink Secures 2018 U.S. Olympic Men's Curling Team Nomination
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More Deer, Younger Hunters Expected for Wisconsin Gun Season
Animal Allies: Harley
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Giving Thanks
"Artaria String Quartet" Holding Concert at UMD
Longtime Country Singer, Songwriter Mel Tillis Dies
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'Justice League' Disappoints with $96 Million Opening
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11/14/2017 04:28 PM
Twin Metals filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to regain its mineral rights leases. A judge is considering a motion to dismiss the suit.
Opposition is growing to the MPCA's proposed change to the state's sulfate standard with wild rice waters.
Officials across the board are upset after two environmental advocates were quoted with some disdainful comments about miners in a piece to be published in Sunday's New York Times Magazine.
Work on the Highway 53 project on the Range is wrapping up for the season, and Thursday was the final Coffee and Conversation about the venture.
The planned opening of the new Highway 53 and bridge on the Range has been pushed back because of weather.
Stories of Minnesota's mining disaster in 1924 are being memorialized in a new park dedicated to the miners.
An amendment that has passed in the U.S. House would stop funding for a study on a proposed ban of mineral exploration on federal lands.
The fight over the Essar project has taken another legal turn. Mesabi Metallics is suing Cleveland-Cliffs, alleging interference and conspiracy.
There's one final layer of pavement that needs to be laid on the new Highway 53 for mining.
Saturday and Sunday after the Eyewitness News Weekend Report
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A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says the senator won't resign after a Los Angeles radio anchor accused Franken of groping and kissing her in 2006.
Three hunters in Wisconsin accidentally shot and wounded themselves on the opening day of gun deer season.
For some families, holidays have to be spent in a hospital, the small gift of a toy can brighten up their stay. That's why an Ashland family is hosting their fourth Johnny's Annual Hospital Toy Drive, because they've been through it themselves.
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe filed a federal lawsuit against Mille Lacs County over what the band contends is lax policing on the reservation.
The University of Minnesota is trying to keep its MBA program as schools across the U.S. are closing theirs because of declining enrollment.
As Governor Walker prepares to lift Wisconsin's nearly 20-year-ban on gold and silver mining, local governments are considering their own mining regulations.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior holds annual World Student Association Cooking Demonstration, Saturday.
The Bentleyville "Tour of Lights" officially opened up on Saturday as Mr. and Mrs. Claus came in on parachute.