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First Democrats Enter Wis. Congressional Race


Closs Feels "Stronger Every Day" One Year After Abduction


Wisconsin DNR: New Lead Contamination Rules Not Good Enough

Enbridge Offers to Settle Bad River's Pipeline Lawsuit

Engebretson Won't Run for Duffy's Seat

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Dave Anderson's Old Southern BBQ Closes Hayward Location


Former Representative Sean Duffy and Wife Welcome Birth of 9th Child


Hayward Boy with Rare Muscular Dystrophy Granted Wish of Becoming a Police Officer

Fall Colorama Held at Pattison State Park

Search Continues for Missing Man in Sawyer County

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Erickson Orchards' Legacy in Bayfield


Bayfield Community Preps for 58th Annual Apple Festival


Court: Driving Drunk on Riding Mower Same as a Vehicle


Evers to Move Date of Wisconsin's Special Congressional Vote


Wis. Legislators: Waive Park Fees for 4th Graders' Families
Two Democrats Decide Not to Run for Congress
Wisconsin's Ruffed Grouse Season Shortened
New Suicide Prevention Program Recommended in Wisconsin
Northern Wis. Authorities Seek Suspect after High-Speed Chase
Evers Announces Date for 7th Congressional District Special Election
Duffy's Last Day in Congress Shifts Focus to Campaign
Wisconsin Legislators Push In-State Tuition for Tribes
Spooner-Based National Guard Unit Deploying to Middle East
Evers Announces New Prosecutor Positions in Northwestern Wisconsin
Evers Creates Task Force to Study Retirement Savings
Enbridge Line 5 Back in Service after Brief Shutdown
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


First Democrats Enter Wis. Congressional Race
Fire Makes Superior Home Uninhabitable
Wisconsin DNR: New Lead Contamination Rules Not Good Enough
Engebretson Won't Run for Duffy's Seat
Police: Item Found Outside of Superior Fire Hall Not IED
Counselors Cheer Passage of Bill Protecting their Jobs

Counselors Cheer Passage of Bill Protecting their Jobs


Once Nearly Extinct, the Kirtland's Warbler is Coming Off Endangered List
Michigan Becomes 5th State to Join Age-friendly Network
Air Force Suspects Foul Play in 1979 Disappearance of UP Airman
Funeral Planned for Michigan Soldier, Decades after Death
'Frightening:' Budget Veto Has Big Impact for UP School
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For First Time in 20 Years, DPD Will be Fully Staffed

Seven officers joined the force in July, and 10 more will in November, according to Chief Mike Tusken.

Duluth Single-Use Bag Fee Vote Tabled

The Duluth City Council has tabled an ordinance that would put a 5-cent fee on single-use plastic and paper bags.

Duluth Authorities Locate Missing Person

Duluth Authorities Locate Missing Person

Twin Ports Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day

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.

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