911 and Landline Phone Outage in Cook County
Remembering Roscoe: St. Louis County Sheriff's K-9 Dies
Deceased Body, Snowmobile Remnants Found on Lac Courte Oreilles
Meeting Held on Preventing Deer-Killing Disease in Wis.
Suspect to be Charged Thursday for Hibbing Homicide
Lost Dog Reunites With Owners After Five Days Missing
Duluth Woman Charged in Connection with Arson
Duluth School Board Votes to Replace Rubber Mulch with Wood Chips
Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Duluth Vandalized
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For Third Straight Time, Earth Sets Hottest Year Record
UMD Graduate Student Discovers a Galaxy
Report: Our Moon May Have Formed from Multiple Small Ones
#4 Bulldogs Return to the Road for Series at #8 North Dakota
After Sweeping the Gophers, #2 Bulldogs Ready for Road Trip to BSU
Harden, Rockets Beat Bucks 111-92
Wild's Jonas Brodin Out at Least Month With Broken Finger
Bagwell, Raines, Ivan Rodriguez Elected to Hall of Fame
Workout Wednesday: StoneHouse Martial Arts
Local Credit Union Raises $40,000 to Fight Hunger
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events in Duluth
Animal Allies: Butterscotch
Free Diabetes Prevention Classes Underway in Twin Ports Area
Mall of America to Reopen Movie Theaters with Gourmet Food
Kevin O'Leary to Run for Conservative Leadership in Canada
Fans Celebrate Betty White on Actress' 95th birthday
Security Center in New Jersey for Liberty State Park Closed
'Hidden Figures' Keeps Orbit at Top; Affleck, Scorsese Flop
Public File Reports
01/18/2017 11:15 AM
A report by a U.S.-Canadian agency says the two nations are behind schedule on identifying chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes and developing strategies to deal with them.
A federal report says managers are leaning toward relocating as many as 30 gray wolves to Isle Royale National Park from the mainland.
State wildlife officials said three dead bighorn sheep from a Deadwood herd transplanted from Canada have tested positive for a highly virulent strain of pneumonia.
The Duluth City Council has adopted a management plan prepared to fight the emerald ash borer, which threatens thousand of ash trees in the city.
The state Department of Natural Resources' big game ecologist is telling the agency's board that he's pleased to see the deer herd in Wisconsin's northern forest beginning to rebound.
The C-E-C Nordic Ski Invitational welcomed around 280 skiers to it's annual event under the lights.
Duluth Area mite hockey players give the goalie position a try.
It'll feature the NCHC-leading Bulldogs facing the defending national champion Fighting Hawks.
UMD is just a point behind the Gophers for second in the WCHA and they sit eight points back of top-ranked and league leading Wisconsin.
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