Wisconsin Primary Election Results
Lake Superior Science Center Committee Completes Feasibility Study on Proposed Science Building
Tiffany, Zunker Advance in Congressional Special Election
Hermanson, Ledin, Fennessey, Foster Advance in Superior Races
Special Report: Revamped Effort In Duluth's Drug Fight
Logging Truck Loses Cargo on I-35 Ramp
Residents of Assisted Living Facility Achieve Goal of Riding Sun-Spot Bus
Duluth Heights Community Looking Forward to New Rink
State and Local Leaders Discuss Efforts to Address Affordable Housing in Minnesota
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With 'Mother Nature in charge,' Dams Unleash Floodwaters
Despite Calmer Weather, Top 5 Red River Flood Still in Play
Duluth Denfeld & Hermantown Advance to Section Semifinals, CEC Falls in OT
Section 7AA Breakdown: Grand Rapids Shoots to End Semifinal Drought, Duluth East Fighting to Reboot in Postseason
Ford's Career-high 19 Points Paces Wisconsin Over Purdue
Hermantown's Kragseth Receives Full-Ride Caddie Scholarship
School Send Off for State Hockey: Good Luck Lumberjacks!
New Children's Book about Sax-Zim Bog Out Now
Tech Bytes: Apple's next iPhone, Goodbye to HQ Trivia, and a new vacuum robot
Celebrate Valentine's Day Swing Dancing at UWS
Animal Allies: Patch Adams
Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance Putting on Movie Night
Jury Ends 1st Day of Deliberations in Weinstein's Rape Trial
Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change
Crazy or What?! Why Hundreds Will Jump Into Frigid Superior Bay Saturday
Regents Consider Sale of KUMD-FM to WDSE-TV
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WDIO News is following a few races in the 2020 Wisconsin Primary including the Wisconsin 7th Congressional District Democratic and Republican primaries, and Superior City Council races.
The Duluth Denfeld and Hermantown boys hockey teams each advanced to the Section 7A semifinals on Saturday, however Cloquet-Esko-Carlton suffered a 5-4 overtime loss to Elk River/Zimmerman.
A book titled, "The Hidden Treasure of the Sax-Zim Bog," is out now. Local author, Dana Sanders, was inspired by her own experiences and came up with the idea to turn it into a book.