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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and top legislative leaders have reached a bipartisan budget agreement that drops the governor's proposed gasoline tax increase but gives middle-class Minnesotans an income tax cut and preserves most of an expiring tax that funds health care.

Minnesota Leaders Unveil Bipartisan Budget Deal


Ramp Inspections Beginning Monday in Duluth; Closures Expected

Highway 23 SOO Line Railroad Bridge Removal Project Begins Monday

Construction on Woodland Ave. Begins May 20th

Special Report: Passion Fires the Dream

9th Annual Duluth Dylan Fest Schedule

Duluth Hit With Over 2 Inches of Snow Sunday

Tuesday at Six: Answers for Rosemary

On April 19, 1980, Rosemary Wermter was killed at the Hawthorne baseball field, and family and law enforcement are still looking for answers 39 years later. Baihly Warfield is looking for Answers for Rosemary, Tuesday on WDIO News at Six.


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Thousands in Damage after Small Basement Fire

Expert Predicts More Wisconsin Frac Sand Mines May Close

As States Pass Restrictive Abortion Laws, Questions Surface

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Authorities Respond to Rice Lake House Fire, Kitchen Destroyed
Two Teenagers Dead in Gogebic County Crash
Duluth Police: 72-Year-Old Woman Suffers Serious Injuries After Being Pinned Under Bus
Ashland Mayor Asking For Citizens to Conserve Water
Minnesota Senate GOP passes 'Lights On' Bill
Fire Pit May Have Contributed to Rural Duluth Fire
Human Remains Found in Northwestern Ontario
Newly-Built Road Has to be Ripped Up
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A Look at Efforts to Make Legal Pot Foster Social Justice

Pelosi Being Honored with JFK Profile in Courage Award

Columbine School Shooting Survivor Found Dead in Home

Iran's Foreign Minister says Iran is 'Not Seeking War'

2 Seriously Injured in Late Night Minneapolis Shooting


Expert Predicts More Wisconsin Frac Sand Mines May Close

Shakopee Law Targets Gift Card Fraud; Retailers Opposed

Johnson Says Biden is Biggest GOP Threat

More Wisconsin Grocers Seek to Offer Curbside Alcohol Pickup

Vehicle Slides Down Embankment, Kills Morris Man Fishing

WI Sen. Ron Johnson Doesn't Support 6-Week Abortion Ban

Flooding Disrupts Farm Shipments on the Mississippi River

US, Canada to Lift Steel Tariffs

Provision Would Require Report on Potential Mine Impact on Canada

Northland Ore Shipments Up

Leonard Scores 36, Raptors Beat Bucks 118-112 in 2 OTs

Multi-Time World Champ Shane Van Boening Wins 4th Annual 8-Ball Classic in Duluth

CJ Ham to Host Youth Football Camp in Duluth

Gamel's 10th-Inning Homer Lifts Brewers Over Braves, 3-2

Life Coach: How to Tame Your Inner Critic


Customs Officers Seize Counterfeit Point of Sale Machines

Animal Allies: Caesar

Duluth Doing Deep Dive on Dylan (Again!)

Exploring Mental Health through Jazz

Fundraiser Helping 'Music Resource Center' Program

Authorities ID Man Killed in Washburn County Three-vehicle Crash

Police Kicking Off Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign


Superior Police Department Welcomes Three New Officers

US, Canada to Lift Steel Tariffs

Proctor Proud of Participating in Super Mileage Competition

Man Involved with Superior House Explosion Identified

Customs Officers Seize Counterfeit Point of Sale Machines

11th Annual Dustin Damm Walk Opens Conversations About Mental Health

WI Sen. Ron Johnson Doesn't Support 6-Week Abortion Ban
Walmart Ups the Delivery Game with Next Day Shipping
Internet Sensation Grumpy Cat Has Died at Age 7

11th Annual Dustin Damm Walk Opens Conversations About Mental Health

Community members gathered at Olcott Park in Virginia Thursday for the 11th Annual Dustin Damm Walk fundraising event. The event consisted of live music, burgers, a bake sale, a raffle, and the lap walked around Olcott Park.


Storm Team Special Report: 2019 Summer Outlook

After a long and cold winter, our summer is looking to follow this trend.  A pattern very similar to 2009 will set up across the region making us cooler than average until August.  Severe storms look to be down this year too, staying to the south and impacting the Twin Cities more.


Grand Village Worried About Proposed Changes to Reimbursements

A nursing home in Grand Rapids has made big investments in their staff in recent years. But a proposed change to reimbursements from the state could put a kink in the progress they've made to improve care.


Anonymous Donor Pays School Lunch Debt at Piedmont Elementary

An anonymous donor paid off all the school lunch debt at Piedmont Elementary as a gift to his wife for Mother's Day. The principal said it will have a significant positive impact on families at the school. 


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Minnesota Leaders Unveil Bipartisan Budget Deal

Pelosi Being Honored with JFK Profile in Courage Award

Johnson Says Biden is Biggest GOP Threat

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Keeping Your Bike Ready to Ride

Up North: Big Day For Anglers and Officers on MN Fishing Opener

High Water in Great Lakes Spells Trouble for Endangered Bird

Otter Tail County to Host 2020 Governor's Fishing Opener

Fishing Season Opens in MN, Expect to See DNR Conservation Officers

Anticipation High for 2019 MN Fishing Season

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