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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

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'Frightening:' Budget Veto Has Big Impact for UP School


Michigan Ban on Flavored Vaping Products Starts


Nazi Symbols Found Painted on Synagogue in UP

Lost Hiker's Body Found in Eastern UP

Whitmer OKs Medicaid Reporting Changes, Rips Lack of Funding

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Michigan Legislature Approves K-12 Budget


Michigan Republicans Propose $400M More for Road Fixes


Michigan Unemployment Rate Drops to 4.2% in August


Michigan State Workers Notified of Potential Layoffs


Michigan House: Label Marijuana as Risk to Pregnant Women
Michigan Wolf Captured, Flown to Isle Royale
Eagle Mine to Operate Longer
Michigan Village Leader who Moved to Help Mom gets Public Support
Michigan Bill Targets 'Porch Pirates'
Michigan Moves to be 1st State to Ban Flavored e-cigarettes
State Confirms 40th Cougar Report in Michigan Since 2008
Michigan Bills Target Payroll Fraud, Bolster AG's Crackdown
Panel: Public Should See Ombudsman Findings in Child Deaths
Generous Elves Will Revive Santa's Workshop in UP after Fire
Whitmer Won't Accept 'Status Quo' in Road, Budget Talks
Mich. School Superintendents Sound Alarm over Lack of State Budget
First Democrats Enter Wis. Congressional Race

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
Dave Anderson's Old Southern BBQ Closes Hayward Location
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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