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Wolf Dies after Relocation to Isle Royale


Ironwood Reacts to First Major Snowfall


Settlement Reached in Northern Michigan University Discrimination Complaint

Officials Urge Vaccination after 15 Michigan Measles Cases

Snyder's Last Priorities Include Fees for Environmental Cleanup

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Cavanagh Wins Mich. Supreme Court Race by Very Thin Margin


Michigan Voters Approve Recreational Marijuana


Whitmer: Drinking Water, Roads Will Top Legislative Agenda

Stabenow Wins Re-Election

Most Voters in Michigan Worried about Nation's Direction

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Michigan Voters Approve Expanded Voting Measure


Michigan Voters Back New Redistricting Approach


Enrollment Begins to Buy Health Insurance Plans in Michigan


DNR: Cougar Sighting Does Not Present Threat


Officials Planning to Move Canadian Wolves to Isle Royale
Game Camera Spots Cougar near Ironwood
More than 21M Fish Stocked in Michigan's Public Waters
Trump Approves Key Step Toward New Soo Lock
Upper Peninsula County Gets $60,000 Grant for Border Patrols
UP Sees First Known Case of CWD
Michigan Unemployment Rate Down to 4 Percent in September
Michigan Bans Marijuana-Infused Alcoholic Drinks
Snyder Vetoes Bills to Exempt Aircraft Parts from Taxation
Rainfall Prompts Early Campground Closures in UP
Isle Royale Wolf Relocation Project Wraps Up for the Year
Congress OKs Construction of New Soo Lock
A record number of Wisconsinites cast ballots in Tuesday's midterm election.

Turnout in Wisconsin Midterm Breaks Record


Walker Concedes Defeat to Evers
Engebretson Reflects on Congressional Campaign
Kaul Declares Victory in Wisconsin Attorney General's Race
La Follette Re-Elected as Wis. Secretary of State
Democrat Godlewski Wins Wis. Treasurer's Race
One of four wolves relocated this fall from Minnesota to Isle Royale has died.

Wolf Dies after Relocation to Isle Royale


Ironwood Reacts to First Major Snowfall
Settlement Reached in Northern Michigan University Discrimination Complaint
Officials Urge Vaccination after 15 Michigan Measles Cases
Snyder's Last Priorities Include Fees for Environmental Cleanup
Cavanagh Wins Mich. Supreme Court Race by Very Thin Margin
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Council Derails Historic Designation for LS&M Railroad

The Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad's tracks will not be given a historic designation for now.

Zup's Loss Reaches Beyond Immediate Community

Zup's Loss Reaches Beyond Immediate Community

Authorities Seeking Help in Hinckley Robbery

Authorities in Hinckley are seeking the public's help in locating an armed robbery suspect. The Hinckley Holiday Store on Fire Monument Rd. was reported to have been robbed at gunpoint on Monday at 11:32 pm.

Black Water Lounge to Temporarily Close During Superior St. Reconstruction

The Black Water Lounge in downtown Duluth is scheduled to temporarily close during the second phase of the reconstruction project on Superior St. The last evening the lounge will be open is New Year's Eve.

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