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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is blaming what he calls

Zinke Blames 'Vicious' Attacks for Departure


Thousands of Wreaths Placed in Northern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery

Saturday Marks 2 Months Since Jayme Closs Disappeared

Gov. Dayton Asks Garth Brooks for Second Concert

New Herd of Elk could be Reintroduced to NE Minnesota

Duluthian's 20 Year Christmas Light Display Coming to an End

Last Saltie of Season to Leave Port Saturday

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New Dyslexia Center Opening in Superior

Single Train Car Derailment Near South Range

Walker, Evers React to Lame-Duck Bill Signing

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Group Promises Lawsuit after Walker Signs Lame-Duck Bills
Duluth School District: Social Media Post Posed No Threat
Man Convicted in Deadly Bayfield Co. Crash
Packers Fan Loses Bid to Wear Team Colors at Soldier Field
Audio: Jacob Wetterling's Killer Believes He's No Longer a Monster
Army Secretary Orders Changes to Policy after Minnesota Soldier's Sexual Assault, Suicide
Duluth Police Department Introduces New Position to Fight Opioid Crisis
Governor-Elect Tim Walz Skips White House Meeting
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Zinke Blames 'Vicious' Attacks for Departure

Man gets 7 ½ Years in Machete Attack at Kentucky College

All Evacuation Orders Lifted in Deadly California Wildfire

Trump Names Mulvaney Acting Chief of Staff

Metro Transit Planning to Power Buses by Electricity


Gov. Dayton Asks Garth Brooks for Second Concert

Rep.-Elect Ilhan Omar Appeared at Rally at Amazon Warehouse

UP Wind Project Opponents Will Get Referendum on Ballot

Landowners Lose Appeal over Dakota Access Pipeline Easements

Indiana Cites US Steel for Foamy Discharge in November

Controversial Western Wisconsin Power Line Begins Service

Michigan Family Offers $8K for Info on Hunting Death

Indiana Cites US Steel for Foamy Discharge in November

Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start

Environmental Groups Appeal PolyMet Permits

Suns Beat Wolves for First 2-Game Win Streak of Season

UMD Women Score 60 to Defeat SMSU, Men Fall 75-63

Prep Basketball: Lake Superior Conference Girls Basketball Day

No. 10 CSS Snaps Unbeaten Streak in Loss to No. 5 Augsburg

Spirit Mountain Ready for Fun Winter Season


Animal Allies: Magnus

Beauty of St. Croix, Namekagon Rivers Emphasized in New Book

Dennis Anderson-themed Apparel Raising Money for Local Nonprofits

Santa and Rudolph in Duluth for Skating Fun

Trees of Hope: 15 Years of Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor

15th Annual Have a Heart Broadcast with Second Harvest a Success

No Danger Found after Partial Evacuation of Hayward Hospital


Potato Head Update: Northland Family Sees Hope Turn into Reality

Free Enrollment Help Offered Ahead of MNsure Deadline

Local Brewery Joins California Wildfire Relief Effort

Driftskippers Take Special Needs Kids for ATV Rides

Hibbing Man Faces Manslaughter Charge for Fatal Shooting

Man Suffers Small Stab Wound in Duluth

Free Enrollment Help Offered Ahead of MNsure Deadline
Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed User Photos to Developers
Gov. Dayton Asks Garth Brooks for Second Concert

Enbridge Reaches Pipeline Agreement with Leech Lake Band

Enbridge Energy says it has reached an agreement with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe concerning the Line 3 oil pipeline. The deal includes renewable energy projects and enhancements to the band's emergency response capabilities.


Minnesota Regulators Reject Latest Attempt to Stop Pipeline

Minnesota regulators have rejected the latest attempt by environmental and tribal groups to stop Enbridge Energy's Line 3 pipeline replacement project. The Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously Thursday to reject petitions from groups opposed to the project.


Garth Brooks Tickets Sell Out in 90 Minutes

Tickets for the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour sold out within 90 minutes of going on sale Friday morning.  The last time the country music superstar was in Minnesota was in 2014 when he played 11 concerts.
 


Possible Buyer for Shuttered Fort Frances Paper Mill

A possible buyer has emerged for a closed paper mill in Fort Frances, Ontario. The town government says Repap Resources Group is trying to negotiate the purchase of the mill from Resolute Forest Products.


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Group Promises Lawsuit after Walker Signs Lame-Duck Bills

Walker, Evers React to Lame-Duck Bill Signing

Walker to Remain in Wisconsin after Leaving Office

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Michigan Lawmakers Vote to Ban Deer Sterilization until 2022

Deer Disease Not Found in Hundreds of Dead UP Deer

Officials Confirm 11 More CWD Infections on SE Wis. Deer Farm

Boulder Lake ELC Provides Sustainable Holiday Wreaths

DNR Plans 2 December Deer Hunts to Manage Wasting Disease

DNR Plans 2 December Deer Hunts to Manage CWD in SE Minn.

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