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Boy, 9, Takes Wrong Turn on 5K Race, Wins 10K Race Instead


Wisconsin Man Accused of Making Illegal Vaping Cartridges

Michigan Village Leader who Moved to Help Mom gets Public Support

Man Found Dead in Burning Mpls. Home is Homicide Victim

One Killed, One Wounded in North Minneapolis Shooting


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Republican Lewis Attacks 'Resistance' in Senate Launch


Latest Bankers Survey Indicates Shrinking Rural Economy


Wis. DNR Spent Nearly $10K to Host Deer Disease Summit

2 More Right Whales Found Dead off Canada

Minneapolis Bans New Drive-Through Windows

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For First Time in 20 Years, DPD Will be Fully Staffed

Duluth Single-Use Bag Fee Vote Tabled

Duluth Authorities Locate Missing Person

The second Monday of October has been recognized as a federal holiday honoring Christopher Columbus for 85 years. The City of Superior has officially joined Duluth in the national movement to denounce Columbus Day and instead celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Twin Ports Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day


Funeral Arrangements for Jackson Pfister
1 Killed, 4-Year-Old Girl Seriously Injured in Cass Co. Crash
Sneak Peek Inside New Essentia Wellness Center in Hermantown
Irvin Starting to Float Again at Fraser Shipyards
Esko Community Remembers Sophomore Jackson Pfister

Cat with Firecrackers Strapped to Paw has Leg Amputated

An animal rescue group in Pittsburgh says someone strapped firecrackers to a cat's front left paw with rubber bands and set them off, causing such severe injuries the animal's leg had to be amputated. The cat is healing and will be up for adoption soon.


Thunder Bay Stops Accepting Fire Evacuees

Minnesota Trooper Charged with Sexually Assaulting Girl

Hundreds of Workers Face Layoffs in Thunder Bay

Domestic Assault Suspect Dead after Police Standoff

Trump to Consider Inviting Raptors 'If They'd Like to Do It'

High-Speed Chase Ends on Airport Taxiway

Lillehaug Says He Has Parkinson's, Leaving Minn. Supreme Court

Trudeau: D-Day Fighters Died 'For You and Me'

Missing Hunter from Kansas Found in Ontario

May Holds Bilateral Talks with Trudeau

Canada: Time for China to "Break the Silence" on Tiananmen

First Democrats Enter Wis. Congressional Race
Former Ukraine Envoy Testifies Trump Pushed to Oust Her
2 Florida Men Tied to Guiliani Arrested on Campaign Charges
Ukraine President: 'No blackmail' from Trump
Engebretson Won't Run for Duffy's Seat
Counselors Cheer Passage of Bill Protecting their Jobs

McConnell Warns About US Pullout in Syria


Kurds Looks to Syria for Protection After US Signals Pullout

Pope's Bodyguard Resigns Over New Financial Leaks Scandal

Hundreds of Migrants Corralled at Detention Center in Mexico

Thousands in Haiti Demand President Jovenel Moïse Resign

Union Boosts Strike Pay for GM Workers as Talks Continue

Mack Truck Workers Begin Strike at Plants in 3 States

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the Kirtland's warbler is being removed from the federal endangered species list.

Once Nearly Extinct, the Kirtland's Warbler is Coming Off Endangered List


Wisconsin Senate OKs Bills to Combat Lyme Disease

DNR Survey Detects PFAS Contamination in Creeks, Rivers

Wisconsin's Ruffed Grouse Season Shortened

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Dave Anderson's Old Southern BBQ Closes Hayward Location

The original Hayward location of Old Southern BBQ, which was always intended to be temporary, has closed.

Powell Sees Cooler US Hiring in Possible Hint of Rate Cuts

Powell Sees Cooler US Hiring in Possible Hint of Rate Cuts

Kroger, Walgreens to Stop Selling E-cigarettes in US

Kroger, Walgreens to Stop Selling E-cigarettes in US

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