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Flames were visible at the Whitecap Mountains Resort in Upson, Wisconsin.

Multiple Crews Fighting Fire at Whitecap Mountains Resort


Local Breweries Feeling Impacts of Shutdown

Closures Due to Cold Weather

Emergency Warming Center in West Duluth Opening Friday and Saturday Night

Popular Promoter of the Port Retiring

Ice Bridge in Ashland Provides Better Fishing Access

Company Tied to Polygamous Sect Leader Buys Minnesota Land

Fighting ALS with the 20th Black Woods Blizzard Tour

ALS is a devastating disease. The 20th annual Black Woods Blizzard Tour will begin on January 30 and WDIO News is focusing on four individuals who are determined to make a difference in the fight against a disease that has hit so many families in the Northland. On Friday you will hear from Justin May, in his 9th year of riding in the Tour.


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Authorities: 2 Men Confess in Illegal UP Wolf Killings

New Flashing Pedestrian Crossing Installed for Safety In Superior

Supreme Court Rules Against DNR in Madeline Island Pier Dispute

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Shutdown Impact: From Food Stamps to Food Shelves
Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Remains at 3 Percent
Duluth Ruby's Pantry Offers Half Off for Federal Workers
Food for Thought Connects Community while Supporting Education
United Way 211 Program Helping Those Affected by Shutdown
Authorities ID Remains Found on Lake Superior Island
Campaigning for Stauber Starts Early in the Northland
Key Democrat Wants Answers from EPA on PolyMet
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Border Patrol Arrests Group of 376 in Arizona Desert

Supreme Court Inaction Suggests DACA Safe for Another Year

Pentagon IDs 3 Americans Killed in Syria Suicide Bomb Attack

Pentagon IDs US Army Ranger Killed in Afghanistan

Foxconn Doesn't Meet Wisconsin Jobs Benchmark for 2018


Wisconsin Man Shot by Officer at South Dakota Rest Stop

Minnesota Mom Charged after Toddler Tumble Caught on Video

Rural Bankers Worry over Farm Loan Defaults

Deputy Cleared in Crystal Shooting

Death of Technician in Cell Tower Fall Investigated

Sheriff Defends Jayme Closs 911 Response

2 Men Accused in Minn. Mosque Bombing to Change Pleas

Key Democrat Wants Answers from EPA on PolyMet

Tribe Appeals Rejection of Challenge to UP Mining Permit

Shipping Season Ends, 6 Lakers Here for Winter

Tyger Pederson Leaves Huskies, Will Join Minor League Palm Beach Cardinals as Hitting Coach

Crowell Returns, Bulldogs Prepare for Double-Header Against No. 5 Ohio State

Prep Hoops 1/17: Hermantown Sweeps Ashland, Proctor Earns Win

Re-Tooled Ducks Snap 12-Game Skid, Top Wild 3-0

Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Remains at 3 Percent


Animal Allies: Pretty

MNsure Reports Record of Nearly 124,000 Health Care Sign-Ups

Spirit Mountain Gearing up for Fourth Annual "Frosted Fatty"

Craft Beer Taps Squeezed as Shutdown Delays New Releases

UPDATE: Ashland Bus Driver Arrested for Alleged Sexual Assault of a Child

Snowmobiler Dies in Crash with Trees in Northern Wisconsin

Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Early-Voting Restrictions


Ashland, Bayfield Co. Defendants Sue over Public Defender Problems

Republicans, Evers Disagree on How to Pay for Tax Cut

Vinnie the Viking Returns Home

Plan Outlines Possible Outdoor Rec Additions in Superior

Long-Term Residents at Superior Manning Motel Displaced Following Fire

Jayme Closs' Kidnapper Applied for a Job in Superior

Johnsonville Recalls Ground Pork Over Possible Contamination
Johnsonville Recalls Ground Pork Over Possible Contamination
Ronnie Milsap Returned to Iconic Studio for Duets Album

Kevlars for K-9s Fundraiser Started in Memory of Haas

The Northland is keeping alive the memory of Duluth K-9 Haas, who lost his life in the line of duty earlier this week. In his honor, a fundraiser has been made to help raise money for Kevlar vests for K-9s in the area, that don't have that protection.


Grand Rapids Area Lacrosse Coach Critically Injured

A lacrosse coach from the Grand Rapids area was critically injured after falling 15-20 feet in Deer River on Monday. The sad news is hitting local families and players hard.


Extra Police Presence at Hayward Schools after Business Theft

The Hayward Community School District requested extra police presence Wednesday after a firearm theft from a Hayward business. There was no direct threat toward the school.


Thunder Bay Air Traffic Controllers Buy Lunch for Duluth Peers

Air traffic controllers in Thunder Bay bought lunch Monday, showing support for their Duluth counterparts affected by the government shutdown. The local union rep says they ordered in Do North pizza and wings for the Duluth workers.


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Campaigning for Stauber Starts Early in the Northland

Key Democrat Wants Answers from EPA on PolyMet

Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Early-Voting Restrictions

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Authorities: 2 Men Confess in Illegal UP Wolf Killings

Ice Bridge in Ashland Provides Better Fishing Access

Take a Kid Ice Fishing Weekend in Minnesota

US Orders Refuges to Staff for Hunters Despite Shutdown

Webcam Shows Eagles Tending Nest in Arizona

Michigan Lawmakers Vote to Ban Deer Sterilization until 2022

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