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A fire in Superior caused thousands of dollars in damage Wednesday night. It happened on the 1700 block of Lackawanna Avenue.

Fire in Superior Causes Thousands of Dollars in Damage


Special Report: Through Fire Comes Steel

St. Louis County Homicide Suspect Charged With Second Degree Murder

Ashland Man Killed in Iowa Officer-Involved Shooting

Search for Answers from Officials Continues in Husky Refinery Fire

Officer Dies After Assault by Inmate at Minnesota Prison

Chisholm City Councilor Found Guilty of Criminal Sexual Conduct

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Duluth Murder Trial Begins for Third Time

Updated: Itasca County Leaders Disappointed about ERP Plans

Group Seeks Another Environmental Review for PolyMet Mine

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Baldwin Bill Would Import Wisconsin TV to Northwestern Wis.
Motorcycle Driver Dies in Crash With Deer in Duluth
Garage Destroyed after Fire in Eveleth
Duluth's Chief Administrative Officer Retiring
Twin Ports Residents Voice Lingering Husky Concerns at Superior City Council
Superior City Council Approves Fence Height Change
Two Duluth Short Stop Gas Stations Robbed in Three Week Span
The Range Remembers Father Perk
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Injuries Reported in Blast at Pennsylvania Army Depot

Putin Says US-Russia Summit was Successful

22 People Injured in California Military Base Tent Collapse

Court Blocks Measure Asking Voters to Split California in 3

Officer Dies After Assault by Inmate at Minnesota Prison


911 Caller Warned of Gas Leak Before Fatal Wisconsin Blast

South Dakota Mom Sentenced for Killing Son who Wet the Bed

Giant Pyramid Tourist Attraction Burns in Northern Illinois

Site Work Begins for Opposed Oil Refinery near National Park

Human Leg Found in Mississippi River

Day Care Owner Gets Probation for Trying to Kill Child

Appeals Court: Insurance Company Not Liable for Wis. Hunter's Injuries

Group Seeks Another Environmental Review for PolyMet Mine

Clarke Provides Update, Cliffs Calls Part of it False

DNR Moves to Terminate Leases Held by ERP Iron Ore

Ramirez, Quintero Score; Minnesota United Tops Revs 2-1

USA Women's Hockey Team, Maya Moore, 'Minnesota Miracle' Among ESPY Award Winners

Up North: Lakers Community Helps Build Field of Dreams

'Hoops On Howard' To Return To Hibbing

Vatten Hus Cottage Holds Rich History and Unique Story


Animal Allies: Anastasia

Fire in Superior Causes Thousands of Dollars in Damage

House a North Shore Dream Retreat for Owners

Garage Destroyed after Fire in Eveleth

Crews Extinguish Car Fire in Mall of America Parking Ramp

New Zealander Brings Worldly Culture to the Shore

Hwy 61 Work Done near Gooseberry, Continues in Two Harbors Area


Clarke Provides Update, Cliffs Calls Part of it False

Hibbing Man Found Dead in Grass, Foul Play Not Suspected

Volunteers Plant Monarch Habitat Along Lakewalk

Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling

Come See the Cup: Nisky Bringing Stanley Cup to Virginia on Sunday

DPD Looking to Identify Armed Robbery Suspects

Essentia Offering Evening Hours for Sports and Back to School Physicals
US Housing Starts Tumbled 12.3 Percent in June
Minnesota State Fair Announces Dozens of New Attractions

Special Report: Life in a Tent

A recent UMD graduate gave up the comforts of home to live in a tent for the summer.  Not only is she learning about the challenges and benefits of living outdoors, she's learning a little bit about herself too. 


Planned Power Outage in Two Harbors

Cooperative Light and Power is set to have a planned power outage in Two Harbors on Tuesday morning from 9:30 a.m. To noon.


Forsman Chosen as New Duluth City Councilor

The Duluth City Council has chosen Arik Forsman to be their new colleague. He will replace Elissa Hansen, who is stepping down on Tuesday.


Seeking Federal Assistance After Devastating Storms

Over the last month, severe storms have lead to millions of dollars of damage across the Northland. Wisconsin state and federal emergency management leaders met today to begin steps toward seeking federal disaster assistance.


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Baldwin Bill Would Import Wisconsin TV to Northwestern Wis.

Month Before Primary, Third of Wis. Voters Remain Undecided

Walker Downplays Interaction with Accused Russian Operative

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Volunteers Plant Monarch Habitat Along Lakewalk

Yellowstone Sees Second-Busiest June Ever

Study to Investigate Lifespan of Walleye in Minnesota Lake

Census Suggests UP Wolf Population Stable, Thriving

Federal Agency Considers Dropping Wolf Protections

Birkie Leaders Break Ground for Samuel C. Johnson Family Outdoor Center

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