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Rep. Rick Nolan is staying on as Lori Swanson's running mate in Minnesota's race for governor despite criticism of the way he handled a former aide accused of sexual harassment.

Nolan Staying on Swanson Ticket Despite Calls to Step Aside


Former Campaign Manager Joe Radinovich, Others Weigh in on Nolan Staffer Allegations

Duluth Facility First in Minn. to Offer Kids Residential Psychiatric Treatment

Cliffs' CEO Ready for New Leadership in Minnesota

Walker Wants Federal Disaster Declaration for NW Wisconsin

Lake Superior Circle Tour Highway Reopens after Brief Closure

Prosecution Builds Murder Case Against Humphreys

Sunday at Ten: Gotta Be Gooseberry

Roaring with water and visitors, Gooseberry State Park is a must-see stop along the North Shore. From old rocks to new technology. What's new at the park? Find out Sunday on Eyewitness News at Ten.


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Lumberjack World Championships Kick Off in Hayward

Authorities: Pine Co. Man Shoots Stepson who Broke In

11 Rail Cars Derail South of Superior, No Threat to Public

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Man's Body Pulled from Chippewa Flowage
Duluth Police ID Motorcyclist Killed in Crash with Deer
Smith Bill Would Ease Access to Vets' Hearing Treatment
Wisconsin Unemployment Ticks Upward in June
Fire in Superior Destroys Porch
Special Report: Through Fire Comes Steel
St. Louis County Homicide Suspect Charged With Second Degree Murder
Ashland Man Killed in Iowa Officer-Involved Shooting
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Sailors Ask US Navy for Right to Grow Beards

Remains of 8 Victims ID'd in Canada Serial Killer Case

Last 4 Bodies Recovered, Missouri Boat Death Toll at 17

Trump Administration Will Keep Protected Status for Somalis

Charges Filed over Thief River Falls City Council Brawl


Dentist Accused of Having Sexual Contact with Jail Inmates

Kayaker's Body Found in Lake Michigan Nearly 2 Years Later

Meteorologists: Iowa Hit By At Least 5 Tornadoes

North Dakota Seeks Federal Money for Pipeline Protest Costs

2 Officers Injured in South St. Paul Shooting

Trade Tensions Weigh on Outlook for Rural Plains, Midwest

$63,000 Found in Ceiling at Home of Mich. Priest Accused of Theft

Cliffs' CEO Ready for New Leadership in Minnesota

Group Seeks Another Environmental Review for PolyMet Mine

Clarke Provides Update, Cliffs Calls Part of it False

Duda Drives in 3, Royals Hold Off Twins 6-5

Bismarck Larks Defeat Duluth Huskies in Second Game of Series

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Hibbing Native Jarrett Lee Signs NLI With Northern Michigan Hockey

Elegant New Home Adds to Lundie and Vacation Home Tour


Vatten Hus Cottage Holds Rich History and Unique Story

Animal Allies: Anastasia

Fire in Superior Destroys Porch

House a North Shore Dream Retreat for Owners

Garage Destroyed after Fire in Eveleth

Crews Extinguish Car Fire in Mall of America Parking Ramp

Search for Answers from Officials Continues in Husky Refinery Fire


Officer Dies After Assault by Inmate at Minnesota Prison

Chisholm City Councilor Found Guilty of Criminal Sexual Conduct

Duluth Murder Trial Begins for Third Time

Updated: Itasca County Leaders Disappointed about ERP Plans

Group Seeks Another Environmental Review for PolyMet Mine

Baldwin Bill Would Import Wisconsin TV to Northwestern Wis.

Duluth Facility First in Minn. to Offer Kids Residential Psychiatric Treatment
Bayer to Stop Sales of Birth Control Device Tied to Injuries
Lumberjack World Championships Kick Off in Hayward

Garage Destroyed after Fire in Eveleth

A garage in Eveleth was destroyed after a fire Wednesday morning. It happened on the 700 block of Grant Avenue just before 7 a.m. 


Duluth's Chief Administrative Officer Retiring

Dave Montgomery announced Wednesday that he is retiring from his job as Duluth's Chief Administrative Officer Oct 1.


Twin Ports Residents Voice Lingering Husky Concerns at Superior City Council

Almost three months later, the Husky Refinery disaster is still on the minds of many in the Twin Ports. Residents voiced their lingering concerns at Superior's city council meeting Tuesday night.


Superior City Council Approves Fence Height Change

Superior City Council voted Tuesday to change a city law regarding residential fences, that has been in the books for more than three decades.


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Walker Wants Federal Disaster Declaration for NW Wisconsin

Nolan Staying on Swanson Ticket Despite Calls to Step Aside

Former Wis. Senate President Mike Ellis Dies at 77

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Volunteers Plant Monarch Habitat Along Lakewalk

Yellowstone Sees Second-Busiest June Ever

Study to Investigate Lifespan of Walleye in Minnesota Lake

Census Suggests UP Wolf Population Stable, Thriving

Federal Agency Considers Dropping Wolf Protections

Birkie Leaders Break Ground for Samuel C. Johnson Family Outdoor Center

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