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Near and Far, Hundreds Turn Out for Gordy's Hi-Hat Opening Day

Near and Far, Hundreds Turn Out for Gordy's Hi-Hat Opening Day


Homecroft Elementary School to Hold STEM + Families Science Festival

Work on the William A. Irvin Set for May

Names and Cause Released in Deaths of Mother and Children

Evers Wants to Raise State Unemployment Benefits

Rice Lake House Suffers 'Significant Damage' Following Fire

East-Central Minn. House Seat Stays Republican

Thursday at Five: Delivering Babies and Blankets

A small town doctor was looking for something special to give the babies he delivered. Dr. Erik Bostrom's extra personal gift has been handed out to at least 15 newborns. Watch Delivering Babies and Blankets, Thursday on WDIO News at Five.


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"Successful" Pilot Year for Duluth Warming Center

Experts: Climate Change Could Bring More People to Duluth

Milaca Man Found Safe

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Help and Hope for Those Laid Off from Blue Cross Blue Shield
Teen Injured in Vehicle Rollover in Duluth
Minn. Republicans Revive Private School Scholarship Proposal
Wis. Bill Would Force Interlocks for First-Time Drunken Drivers
Opioid Deaths, Suicide Reach Record Levels in Minnesota
Minnesota Inmates Win Access to Costly Hepatitis C Drugs
Local Ski Hills See Successful Snow Year, Chester Extends Season
Landline Bus Service to Connect Duluth and MSP Airports
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AP-NORC Poll: Most at Least Partly Confident in Russia Probe

Blaze Extinguished at Texas Petrochemicals Facility

EU Fines Google 1.49 Billion Euros in Advertising Case

Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants in Detention Case

Bears Spotted Near Northern Minnesota School


Officials: NW Minn. Mother Killed Herself, Her 2 Children Were Killed

Pence Surveys Nebraska Flood Damage

3 Workers Hurt in Building Collapse in Northeast Wisconsin

Evers Wants to Raise State Unemployment Benefits

Report: Some Wisconsin Residents Face Housing Cost Burden

North Dakota Legislature Repeals Sunday Morning Shopping Ban

Fish House Explosion Critically Injures Man

CEO of Cleveland-Cliffs Updates Range and Mining Leaders

IRRRB Recommends Money for School Collaboration Project

Environmental Group Seeks EPA Documents on PolyMet Copper-Nickel Mine

Hibbing Native, Ex-Bulldog Adam Johnson Called Up To NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins

Bucks' Nikola Mirotic Out With Left Thumb Injury

Greenway and Wilderness Forward Donte Lawson Commits to Bemidji State

NCHC Showdown With Denver Awaits UMD

Cabin Fever Festival Providing Music, Education and Fun


Duluth Playhouse Combining Darkness and Comedy with Sweeney Todd

Teen Injured in Vehicle Rollover in Duluth

UMD Students Excited for Annual Jazz Festival

Gordy's Opening for the Season on March 20

Life Coach: How to Manage Being Overwhelmed

Harlem Globetrotters Coming Back to Duluth

Shopko to Close All Remaining Stores


UPDATE: Missing Duluth Man Found, Safe

President Kaler Makes Chocolate and Pothole Patch

Gordy's Opening for the Season on March 20

$1M Bail Set for Man Charged with Killing Missing Girl's Mom

Duluth City Council President Noah Hobbs Running for Second Term

Clyde Iron Works Hosts Annual Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration

Opioid Deaths, Suicide Reach Record Levels in Minnesota
Ford Repackages Factory Investment Plan, Will Add 900 Jobs
Michigan House OKs Designating Highway for Aretha Franklin

Locals Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub

Locals were out and about enjoying St. Patrick’s Day at Dubh Linn's Irish Brew Pub Sunday. Dubh Linn’s was voted a top St. Patrick’s Day event in the state this year by Best Things Minnesota. 


DECC Hosts 56th Annual Lollipop Concert

The DECC Symphony Hall hosted the 56th Annual Lollipop Concert on Sunday.


Local Church Hosts Fundraising Fiesta to Help Guatemalan Children

Pilgrim Congregational Church had a Guatemalan themed fiesta Sunday to raise funds for an organization in Minnesota dedicated to helping children in Guatemala get an education.


UW System Adopts New Software to Reduce Graduation Gaps

The University of Wisconsin System is hoping new advising software will help improve retention and graduation rates among students of color.


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AP-NORC Poll: Most at Least Partly Confident in Russia Probe

East-Central Minn. House Seat Stays Republican

Minn. Republicans Revive Private School Scholarship Proposal

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Assembly Committee Votes to Lift Elk Hunt Limits

Apostle Islands Ice Caves Not Officially Opening

Moose Population in Western Upper Peninsula Estimated at 509

Ice Fishing House Removal Deadlines Approaching

Feds Release Details of Plan to Lift Remaining Gray Wolf Protections

Wisconsin CWD-containment Deer Farm Fencing Rule Expires

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