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The legislation will toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers, keep firearms from more domestic violence offenders and help states put in place laws that make it easier for authorities to take weapons from people adjudged to be dangerous.

Biden signs landmark gun measure, says 'lives will be saved'


Walz signs order to help shield abortion patients, providers

Minnesotans react to Supreme Court decision

Clinic in Duluth expecting more calls for abortions after Roe V. Wade is overturned

Wisconsin doctors halt abortions following court ruling

Senior Salute Yearbook 2022

Exciting day for Junior Curators at the Bong Veterans Historical Center

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade
Food and Art Market showcasing BIPOC & Indigenous vendors
A pride festival turns deadly leaving two people dead.
Swift political reaction to Dobbs v. Jackson ruling

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Severe storms and heavy rain possible Friday into Saturday
Surviving and Thriving through the pandemic
Duluth wins League of Minnesota Cities Sustainability Award
Man drives tractor 1700 miles to raise money for Parkinson's
DPD: Two recent shootings involved two juveniles
Care in the Air: Life Link helicopter provides life-saving service
1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department
Supreme Court strikes New York gun law in major ruling

Biden signs landmark gun measure, says 'lives will be saved'

French MPs want abortion rights inscribed in constitution

A pride festival turns deadly leaving two people dead.

Minnesotans react to Supreme Court decision

Walz signs order to help shield abortion patients, providers


Tuskegee Airmen passes away in his hometown of Detroit

Body found in a freezer in Detorit

Dairy Queen loses lawsuit against bottled water company

Jensen seeks tax cuts to help Minnesota cope with inflation

Wisconsin Republican lawmakers reject abortion ban repeal

Suspect in 44-hour St. Michael standoff in stable condition

Brooklyn Center to pay $3.25M to Daunte Wright’s family in wrongful death settlement

Draft Environmental Assessment about mineral withdrawal released

Sandvik celebrates new space in Virginia with an open house

PolyMet's air permit clears last remaining legal challenge

Huskies get back on track with win over Bismarck

Despite weather and course changes, riders enjoyed the Lutsen 99er

Boone, Beneke earn All-Region honors

NHL experiencing sustained growth with female, younger fans

An energetic sweetie looking for a loving home


Senior Salute Yearbook 2022

Local collaboration is sweet

An in depth conversation with Gov. Tim Walz

Park Point rummage sale begins Friday

A one year old pup who loves to exercise

Rubber Chicken Theater to present Chicken Hat Plays after seven year hiatus

Project Joy makes big donations to help feed hungry kids


Taking work training on the road

Chum Rhubarb Fest returns Saturday

Minnesota DNR's new wolf management plan ready for public review

Draft Environmental Assessment about mineral withdrawal released

Minnesota COVID-19 Update Thursday

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Thursday

Walz signs order to help shield abortion patients, providers
Food and Art Market showcasing BIPOC & Indigenous vendors
Political commentator and columnist Mark Shields dies at 85

Michigan COVID-19 weekly update

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reports 10,681 confirmed and probable cases for the week ending Tuesday, June 21.


Man severely burned in Rice Lake fire

A man was severely burned in a Wednesday evening fire in the City of Rice Lake, Minn. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says he was airlifted to the Hennepin County Medical Center. He is in critical condition.


Duluth Police search for suspect after Canal Park shooting

Duluth Police say someone was shot in the leg in Canal Park Wednesday night. Officers are still looking for a suspect, but they do not believe there is a threat to the public.


Man killed in logging truck accident

The man who died in a logging truck accident Monday in Washburn Township has been identified as Gary Sanborn of Ashland.


Fundraising for North Dakota abortion clinic move tops $500K

Biden signs landmark gun measure, says 'lives will be saved'

French MPs want abortion rights inscribed in constitution

Minnesota DNR's new wolf management plan ready for public review

Herbicide treatment has begun in Tower area

Assessing the damages after Big Sturgeon Lake storm

Cambodian catches world's largest recorded freshwater fish

Tips for first-time runners

Duo through-hiking Superior Hiking Trail for Wolf Ridge ELC