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UW-Stevens Points Scraps Plans to Drop 6 Majors


Agents Arrest 58 People in Twin Cities Sex Trafficking Sting

2 Found Dead at Prominent Minnesota Businessman's Home

Woman Uses Axe in Donut Store Robbery Attempt

Partner of Accused Cop Says He Feared Ambush


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Teen Pleads Guilty in Stolen SUV Crash That Killed 3 People


Noor Jury Seated; 6 People of Color on Panel


Minneapolis Officer Assaulted During Arrest

Report: Minnesota Farm Income Continues to Drop

Tourism Chief Wants to Lure Visitors to Wisconsin by Plane

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UMD Kicks Off Weekend Conference on #MeToo Movement and Sexual Assault Prevention

Warm and Dry Weather Presents Fire Concerns

UMD Grad, Entrepreneur Develops App Aimed to Tackle 'Loneliness Epidemic'

St. Croix Tribal Leaders Accused of Embezzling $1.5M from Casino

St. Croix Tribal Leaders Accused of Embezzling $1.5M from Casino


Brighton Beach, Enger Park Reopen; Parts of Skyline Still Closed
Tips Sought on Northern Wis. Dog Poisonings
Researchers: Virus Linked to Polio-Like Illness
300K Dodge Vehicles Recalled Due to 'Roll Away' Risk
Local Meteorologists Test their Knowledge with the Boys & Girls Club

Court: Wis. Farmers Don't Need to Sell Crops to Get Tax Break

The Wisconsin Supreme Court says farmers don't need to sell crops to qualify for property tax breaks. The case stemmed from a southeastern Wisconsin town's decision to raise taxes on two parcels from $17,000 to $886,000.


Groups to Advise Michigan Agency on Regulating Marijuana

Report: Wisconsin Schools Behind US in Offering Breakfast

Craig Simonson Continues His Quest to La Crosse

Judge Orders Wis. Education Department to Release Records

Postal Service: Please Clear Walkways of Snow and Ice

Minnesota Court of Appeals Rejects Tenure Challenge Again

North Dakota Issuing 607 Nonresident Deer Bow Licenses

Wisconsin Investment Fund Shrunk 3.3 Percent Last Year

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

Scientists: Minnesota Is Among Fastest Warming States in US

Wisconsin Corrections Staff Logged $50 Million in Overtime in 2018

Mueller Report Says Trump Sought to Seize Control of Russia Probe
Minn., Wis. Lawmakers React to Mueller Report
Marijuana Advocates Trying Again for Wisconsin Legalization
Mich. House: Unlicensed Pot Shops Open after June 1 Must Wait Year
Entrepreneurs Pitch Startups to Gov. Tim Walz
Fox News to Host Town Hall with Amy Klobuchar

300K Dodge Vehicles Recalled Due to 'Roll Away' Risk


Storms Blast South

Mueller Report Says Trump Sought to Seize Control of Russia Probe

Commission: New NAFTA Would Deliver Modest Economic Gains for US

Update: Short-circuit 'Likely Caused' Notre Dame Fire

3 Climbers Presumed Dead after Banff Avalanche

Trump Welcomes Wounded Warriors to White House

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This poison was recovered at the scene of a dog death in northern Wisconsin.

Tips Sought on Northern Wis. Dog Poisonings


Canada Lynx Caught in Michigan's Thumb Moved to UP

Crow Wing Co. Farm Closes under Deal to Contain Deer Disease

Wis. Outdoor Enthusiasts Support CWD Bounties Program

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Brands Roll with Stoner 'Holiday' as Pot Legalization Grows

Marijuana enthusiasts have for decades celebrated all things marijuana on April 20.

Honda Cutting Accord, Civic Production as Buyers Shift to SUVs

Honda Cutting Accord, Civic Production as Buyers Shift to SUVs

300K Dodge Vehicles Recalled Due to 'Roll Away' Risk

Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in North America because a transmission problem could cause them to roll away unexpectedly. The recall covers Dodge Dart compact cars from 2013 through 2016 with six-speed automatic transmissions.

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