Walker Surveys NW Wis. Storm Damage
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Superior Community Members React to Historic Flooding on US Highway 2
Flood Waters Wash Away Highway 2 Near Ino
American Spirit Free and Headed for Indiana
American Spirit Vessel Freed After Running Aground in Duluth Harbor
Traffic Restrictions for Central Entrance, Mesaba Avenue Begin Monday
Thousands Gathered For Another Successful Grandma's Marathon
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Storms Flood Streets, Knock Out Power, Cancel Whipper Snapper Races
Extended Weather Forecast
Road Closures in Carlton County
Pirates' Williams, 2 Relievers 2-Hit Brewers in 1-0 Win
Defending NCAA Champions Bulldogs Release 2018-2019 Schedule
Organizer's Pleased with Record Breaking Grandma's Marathon Weekend
Vikings to Induct Former Coach Dennis Green in Ring of Honor
Huskies Win Streak Ends in Eau Claire
High School Girls Exploring Careers with UWS Space Camp
Thousands Without Power in Northern Wisconsin
Storms Wash Out Roads in Upper Peninsula
Grandma's Marathon Traffic Advisories
Census Suggests Michigan Wolf Population Stable, Thriving
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Police Investigate Possible Elder Abuse of Marvel Comics' Stan Lee
Reassigned Host Says He's Leaving Minnesota Public Radio
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Public File Reports
06/18/2018 12:26 AM
Storms moving across the Upper Peninsula washed out several roads in the Houghton and Hancock areas and created dozens of sinkholes across the Keweenaw Peninsula.
Michigan now has the country's strictest drinking water rules for lead.
Michigan's unemployment rate fell to 4.6 percent in May, its lowest level since the same percentage was recorded last August.
A $57 billion spending plan that boosts base K-12 funding and road construction has been approved by the Michigan Legislature.
Zoos and other licensed breeders raring to breed their own tiger may get their chance under a bill that has narrowly passed the Michigan House.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law a plan to repeal and replace Michigan's tax on health insurance claims that is used to help fund Medicaid for low-income residents.
Bills aimed at curtailing auto insurance premiums for seniors are advancing in Michigan's Legislature.
Gov. Scott Walker surveyed flood damage in northwestern Wisconsin Monday afternoon and evening. He said a lot of damage was done in a short period of time.