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Trees of Hope: Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance

This holiday season, WDIO-TV and HOM Furniture are shining a light on organizations helping others in our community. The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance is our charity of the week. MOCA offers support to women and families impacted by ovarian cancer, funds research, educates the medical community and raises awareness about the disease.
The Brooklyn Center officer's reaction on body-camera video seemed to instantly establish the key facts of the case, as she said she grabbed the wrong gun and would be going to prison.

Jury selection starting for a white former suburban Minneapolis police officer, Kim Potter, who shot Daunte Wright.


Scenic Railroad offers Christmas Tree Train ride for families

Local businesses see a boom in shopping during Small Business Saturday

Remains of missing Ashley Miller Carlson believed to be found east of Hinckley

Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

Great Lakes' warming has wintertime domino effect

Guests return, restaurant closed after Pier B kitchen fire

Black Friday goers return to shopping in person
2021-2022 Winter Prediction
Tall Ships returning, this time to Two Harbors
Trees of Hope and MOCA: Supporting through scholarships

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WHO names transmissible new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron'
Minnesota COVID-19 Update Friday
Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Friday
Santa Claus visits Fitger’s for the holidays
Biden scheduled to tout infrastructure plan in Rosemount
Hibbing home "extensively damaged" by fire Thanksgiving night
Biden sets out oil, gas leasing reform, stops short of ban
Canada bans travel from South Africa after discovery of new variant

Trial set to start on charges Smollett faked racist attack

Amid immigration debate, some states update migrant term

WHO names transmissible new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron'

Activists block Amazon warehouses in Europe on Black Friday


Assisted living center closing, highlighting need for staff

Redford court awarded grants for non-traditional programs

Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

Reviving Ojibwe spiritual traditions, one pet at a time

Illinois man charged in head-on collision in Wisconsin

Great Lakes' warming has wintertime domino effect

A fatal shooting in Brooklyn Park

Mining, construction leaders say infrastructure bill could bring big benefits

DNR opens comment period on rules for copper mining near BWCA

Twin Metals to appeal decision from Biden administration

Proctor/Hermantown and Duluth both collect points on Saturday

Bulldogs sweep weekend series agaisnt Alaska

UMD women's hockey beats St. Lawrence

Timberwolves spoil Embiid's 76ers return with 2OT victory

Warming Up with Our Pet of the Week, Toaster Strudel


Gallery: Walking with Weathers on Good Morning Northland

Duluth businesses gear up for Small Business Saturday

Pecan the pup is looking for his new home

Energetic Alvin is in need of a warm, forever home this holiday season

In-Depth with the Duluth News Tribune: College enrollment down again for many Twin Ports schools

Bleppy the shy cat can't wait to warm up to a new family

Twin Cities school districts grapple with enrollment decline


Frontline healthcare workers treated to Thanksgiving meals during their work day

Many give thanks to Minnesota for producing the most turkeys

Trauma helplines expanded following Waukesha parade crash

Proctor man delivers Thanksgiving meal to Duluth firefighters

Kiwanis Club honors officer, firefighter of the year

Many test for COVID-19 before Thanksgiving

WHO names transmissible new COVID-19 variant 'Omicron'
Black Friday goers return to shopping in person
Macy's Thanksgiving parade returns, with all the trimmings

Minnesota man dies in Iron Co. hunting accident

A Minnesota man is dead after a hunting accident in Iron County, Wisconsin. It happened Tuesday afternoon in the Town of Saxon.


No date set for return to Spooner Middle School

The Spooner School District says there's no date set for students to return to in-person learning at Spooner Middle School after an odor sickened dozens. Laboratory analysis is expected to be available by Dec. 10.


Travelers hit the road to enjoy Thanksgiving together again

Plenty of people are hitting the road for Thanksgiving, after canceling get togethers last year due to COVID.


Larger than Life Lights at the Lake Superior Zoo

The Lake Superior Zoo has created a new holiday event called Larger than Life Lights, and they want you and your family to enjoy it.


Redford court awarded grants for non-traditional programs

Can Biden find the right balance on immigration?

Biden scheduled to tout infrastructure plan in Rosemount

Poacher leaves bull moose carcass under tree stump

Northern Wis. hunters bag more deer on opening weekend

Researchers assessing restoration on Minnesota trout streams

Study: Warmer summers worsen tick infestations for US moose

Elk illegally shot and killed on Wisconsin deer hunting opener

Guidelines for eating fish from impaired waters