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US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail

US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail


Appeals panel won't speed release of NYPD discipline records

Federal Reserve adjusts inflation target, rate unchanged

Hurricane Sally unleashes flooding along the Gulf Coast

Multi-million dollar settlement reached in Breonna Taylor lawsuit

Trump presides as Israel, 2 Arab states sign historic pacts

Pelosi: House to stay in session until COVID-19 rescue pact

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US drops tax on Canada aluminum, heading off retaliation


US tariffs on China ruled to be illegal by world trade body


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Men on motorcycles accused of harassing Yellowstone bison

'Huge rainmaker': Hurricane Sally threatens historic floods

Virus death toll linked to Maine wedding grows to 7

Rochester, NY, police chief out in fallout over Prude death
US ambassador to China to step down next month
Trump's Mideast deals tout 'peace' where there was never war
Police: Deputy's gun accidentally fires in diner, injures 2
Detroit to LA flight delayed after passenger refuses mask
Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants
North America box office remains muted as ‘Tenet’ tops again
Sheriff: Deputy on video punching Black man in Georgia fired

Early voting begins Friday in Minnesota

Duluth leaders weigh in on presidential candidates coming to the Northland

Pence returns to upper Midwest after Trump, Biden visits

Shooting outside Wisconsin apartments leaves 4 hurt


Health care patient, donor data may have been breached

Infection rates soar in college towns as students return

St. Paul City Council OKs guaranteed income pilot project

Minnesota man faces terror charge for allegedly joining IS

Candidate: Shooting of campaign worker not believed to be connected to election

Long delays for burials at veterans cemetery in Union Grove

Iowa governor won't budge on masks even as virus deaths rise

Grand jury charges Nebraska bar owner in protester's death

Minn. State Fair offers fall food parade in October

Man shot in Edina hospital parking ramp

Michigan Senate OKs more time for larger cities to process absentee ballots

University of Wisconsin-Madison may eliminate spring break

Gov. Walz authorizes Minnesota support for Oregon fire response

Officers regain control of UP prison unit after fight

St. Luke's participates in national COVID study.
Health care patient, donor data may have been breached
Federal Reserve adjusts inflation target, rate unchanged
TikTok owner picks Oracle over Microsoft as US tech partner
Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett tie for top prize at ACMs
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Coronavirus complicates wildfire evacuations on West Coast


Grandson of Harding and lover wants president's body exhumed


2 California deputies shot in apparent ambush in patrol car


Trump to visit California for wildfire briefing


Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules


Oxford, AstraZeneca to resume coronavirus vaccine trial


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DNR estimates Wis. wolf population up about 13%

DNR estimates Wis. wolf population up about 13%

More protections denied for Upper Midwest moose

More protections denied for Upper Midwest moose

Men on motorcycles accused of harassing Yellowstone bison

Men on motorcycles accused of harassing Yellowstone bison

Wildlife agency seeks to carve out areas from protections

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Beware of jumping worms in soil, gardening mulch

Jumping Worms

Duluth Park & Rec releases fall program events

Duluth's Parks & Recreation Department released their list of fall programs they will offer in the coming months that will get people outdoors while following state health guidelines during the pandemic.

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