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Michigan House OKs Designating Highway for Aretha Franklin


Brooks & Dunn, Ray Stevens to Join Country Hall of Fame


Oregon Blockbuster is Last on Earth

'Captain Marvel' Soars Even Higher with Stellar 2nd Weekend

Netflix to Cut Footage of Deadly Canadian Disaster from 'Bird Box'

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Whoopi Goldberg Cheered on Return to 'The View'


Facebook Says Outages Due to 'Server Configuration Change'


Whoopi Goldberg Says She Nearly Died from Pneumonia

Smollett Indicted on 16 Counts Stemming from Reported Attack

Actor Drops 'Carlton Dance' Suit against Video Game Maker

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'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek Says he has Pancreatic Cancer


Official: R Kelly to be Jailed Until He Pays $161K


Anonymous Winner Claiming $1.5 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot


"Beverly Hills, 90210" Star, Luke Perry has Died at 52 after Suffering Stroke


Melania Trump Opens Three-State Tour to Promote 'Be Best'
Theaters Cancel 'To Kill a Mockingbird' after Legal Threats
Posthumous Dr. Seuss Book Coming Sept. 3
Peter Frampton's Doctors Hope to Highlight Rare Disease
Martha Stewart Partners with Canadian Cannabis Firm
R. Kelly Signs Autographs at McDonald's after Jail Release
'How to Train Your Dragon' Tops Oscar Weekend with $55.5M
Duluth Fashion Agency Launches Fashion Tagging Website on Oscars Night
R. Kelly Charged with Aggravated Sexual Abuse
Peter Tork, Monkees' Lovable Bass-guitar Player, Dead at 77
Iconic Couturier Karl Lagerfeld Dies
'Alita' Leads a Slow Presidents Day Box Office Weekend

Tourism Chief Wants to Lure Visitors to Wisconsin by Plane


Court: Wis. Farmers Don't Need to Sell Crops to Get Tax Break


Groups to Advise Michigan Agency on Regulating Marijuana


Report: Wisconsin Schools Behind US in Offering Breakfast


Craig Simonson Continues His Quest to La Crosse


Judge Orders Wis. Education Department to Release Records


Postal Service: Please Clear Walkways of Snow and Ice


Minnesota Court of Appeals Rejects Tenure Challenge Again


North Dakota Issuing 607 Nonresident Deer Bow Licenses


Wisconsin Investment Fund Shrunk 3.3 Percent Last Year


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Animal Allies: Max

Max is a timid, but loving cat that will become great friends with whomever adopts him. He can be found at Animal Allies Human Society in Duluth. 

Cabin Fever Festival Providing Music, Education and Fun

Bluegrass, old-time bands, late-night jams and much more are on tap at the 13th annual Cabin Fever Festival. It runs Mar. 29 - 31 in Duluth.

Duluth Playhouse Combining Darkness and Comedy with Sweeney Todd

The Duluth Playhouse is producing a production of the dark comedy/musical Sweeney Todd: Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Performances at Norshore Theatre begin March 28.

Teen Injured in Vehicle Rollover in Duluth

An 18-year-old female was injured in West Duluth Tuesday morning after the vehicle she was driving rolled. It happened on the 46th Avenue West ramp to southbound I-35. 

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Jury Finds Haywood Guilty for Role After Will Grahek's Murder

Jury Finds Haywood Guilty for Role After Will Grahek's Murder

Wrenshall Holds Community Meeting on Proposed Referendum

Wrenshall School District held the first of two informational meetings Thursday night as they seek voter approval for a $14.4 million referendum

Special Report: Delivering Babies and Blankets

Dr. Erik Bostrom makes a blanket for each baby he delivers.

Update to NRRI Taconite Tailings Pothole Patching

NRRI researchers said some of their taconite tailings pothole patching held up well.

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