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Gun rights advocates crowded into the Minnesota State Capitol rotunda as part of a protest against two gun-control measures in the Legislature.

Gun Rights Advocates Gather at Capitol to Protest 2 Measures


Michigan Republicans Elect Former Lawmaker Cox State Chair

Michigan Schools, Health System Training Doctors on Opioids

Minnesota Officials Call for 200K Electric Vehicles by 2030

Deconstruction of Former Carter Hotel Scheduled to Begin Monday

Corrections Workers Accused of Smuggling Goods to Inmates

Home Built for the Congdons Remodeled into Lofts

Monday at Six: Victory Chorus

For people dealing with dementia, the journey of memory loss is a long and tough road. When their memory and words fade, hope doesn't, thanks to music. A remarkable new effort is working to help those with dementia find a voice, Monday on WDIO News at 6.


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Duluth Fashion Content Agency Launching High-Tech Fashion Tool on Oscars Night

Officials: Stay Off Ice in Grand Marais Harbor

Fourth Candidate Enters Race for Stauber's County Board Seat

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Gun Rights Advocates Gather at Capitol to Protest 2 Measures


Michigan Republicans Elect Former Lawmaker Cox State Chair

Michigan Schools, Health System Training Doctors on Opioids

Minnesota Officials Call for 200K Electric Vehicles by 2030

Report: Wisconsin Dairy Farmers See Spike in Hauling Costs

University of Wisconsin Fraternity Suspended for Hazing

Corrections Workers Accused of Smuggling Goods to Inmates

Michigan Among 4 States to Lock Up 17-Year-Olds as Adults

IRRRB Recommends Money for School Collaboration Project

Environmental Group Seeks EPA Documents on PolyMet Copper-Nickel Mine

US Steel Cites Trump in Resuming Construction Project

Proctor/Hermantown Takes Third At The State A Girl's Hockey Tournament

#1 Warroad Comes Back to Beat Proctor/Hermantown

Bulldogs Sweep Minnesota-Crookston in Hoops Doubleheader

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Big Wave Dave Teaming up with DSSO

Evers Won't Seek to Phase out Vouchers in Budget Plan

Zeitgeist: 2019 is the Year of the Womxn

Authorities Investigating Fire in Lakewood Township

Second Body Found in Submerged Semi near Wis. Dells

Legionnaires' Disease Cases Investigated in NW Minnesota

Cass County Man Faces Stalking, Child Pornography Charges


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Walz Discusses Infrastructure Investments at Legislative Breakfast for Duluth Days

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Duluth Reminding Residents of Winter Watch Page for Snow Removal

Dress Drive Fairy Seeking Donations

Snowfall Setting Records, Not Yet for Duluth

St. Mary's Medical Center Offers New Frostbite Treatment
US Airfares Hit New Lows after Factoring for Inflation
Duluth Fashion Content Agency Launching High-Tech Fashion Tool on Oscars Night

Wis. AG Won't Defend Lame Duck Law in Union Lawsuit

Wisconsin's Democratic attorney general says he won't defend a lame-duck law that Republicans passed late last year. Labor unions are challenging the measure, which limits the powers of the governor and attorney general.


Minnesota Lawmaker Seeks Crackdown on Fake Hate Crime Claims

In the wake of the Jussie Smollett case, Rep. Nick Zerwas of Elk River wants tougher penalties for falsely reporting hate crimes in Minnesota. Zerwas says false reports traumatize communities and force police to waste resources.


Smollett Quiet after Posting Bond, Leaving Jail

"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett has been released from jail after posting a $100,000 bond. He is charged with felony disorderly conduct afterning claiming he was attacked by two men in Chicago. 


Wisconsin GOP Introduces Legislation to Combat Homelessness

Assembly Republicans in Wisconsin are introducing a package of legislation to combat homelessness. The $3.7 million package contains eight bills that would be geared toward prevention, stable housing, shelters among other programs.


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Fourth Candidate Enters Race for Stauber's County Board Seat

Minnesota to Join States in March 3 Super Tuesday Primaries

2020 Democratic Hopeful Klobuchar Backs Legalizing Marijuana

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Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Fatal Brain Disease Found in Wild Deer in Crow Wing County

Anglers Can Keep Some Mille Lacs Walleye This Year

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