Hibbing Ready to Raise Curtain on Auditorium Restoration
Teen Girls Sought after Attempted Homicide in Hinckley
Medical Examiner Confirms CO Killed Three on LCO Reservation
St. Louis County Sheriff's Department Welcomes New Staff
ATF Lets Some Minnesota Gun Buyers Skip Background Checks
Lyft Up and Riding in Duluth
Harala Not Seeking Re-Election to Duluth School Board
Mesabi East Sweeps LSC's Battle of the Bots
Duluth School Board Postpones Boundary Analysis Vote
Juveniles Confess to Vandalism at Bayview Elementary
Extended Weather Forecast
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Report: Can't Blame El Nino as Global Temps Spike in March
Vikings Move Up to Get Running Back Dalvin Cook in 2nd Round
Green Bay Uses 1st Pick of Round 2 on CB Kevin King
Hot-Hitting Thames Back in Lineup for Brewers Against Braves
Wilderness and Wings to Meet in NAHL Central Division Finals
NFL Draft Day 1: Vikings Sit Out 1st Round, Packers Trade Pick
Life Coach: Avoiding Misunderstandings with Pam Solberg-Tapper
Animal Allies: Billie
Three Women Nominated for 2017 Port Cities 'Woman of the Year'
'The History of Medicine' Event this Thursday at Karpeles Museum
Miller Hill Mall and Skyline Lanes Team Up to Fight Breast Cancer
'Purple Rain' Re-Issue to Feature Unreleased Prince Songs
Brad Paisley Wanted Fans to Listen, So He Shot a Movie
Legal Team Says 'Bachelor' Star Acted Reasonably after Crash
'Shark Tank' Star O'Leary Drops Out of Canadian Political Race
Madonna Expresses Displeasure about Planned Biopic
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Public File Reports
A special day for the St. Louis County Sheriff's Department. Dozens of new staff members joined the team and were recognized in front of loved ones.
Minnesota residents who have permits to carry handguns may now be able to purchase guns from licensed dealers without the normally required background checks.
City of Superior crews will begin their spring cleanup of unwanted household items and brush starting on Monday, May 1.
The measles outbreak in the Twin Cities area has spread to 29 children in two counties. While none have been in northeastern Minnesota, health officials here are paying close attention to what's going on a couple hours south.