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Hand-crafted Republican Sign Defaced with Blue Paint in Duluth


Reasor Properties Announces Purchase of UDAC Building in Duluth

Environmental Project in Minnesota Slip Completed 2 Weeks Ahead of Schedule

WHEDA Announces HomeStyle Renovation

Holiday Cards Distributed to Local Veterans and Service Members

Superior FD Award-Winning Training Pushes to Save Lives

Minn. Governor's Christmas Tree Harvested from Nemadji Forest

Tuesday at Ten: Strong as Steel

Zach Dudek joined the National Guard in 2007 and served a tense tour in Afghanistan in 2009. Years later, Zach continues to struggle with the anxiety left by his experiences. The forge and bladesmithing are helping to restore Zach's health. Tuesday on WDIO News at 10 p.m.


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Four Burrowing Owl Chicks Debuted at Lake Superior Zoo

House Passes Duffy Bill to Drop Gray Wolf Protections

More Wolves Coming to Isle Royale

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MNsure New Coverage Enrollments Lag due to Medicare Crunch
High CO Levels Prompt Emergency Response at Virginia Apartment
Annual Christmas by the Lake CD Release Event
The Fantastic Four: A Year Later
Northland Red Cross Volunteer Shares Perspective Helping in California Fires
More than 600 Still Unaccounted for in California Wildfire
Duluth Selected for Domino's Pizza Street Repair Funds
Closing Arguments Stated in Duluth Murder Trial
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Stranded Middle Schoolers Enjoy a Spontaneous Slumber Party

Abrams Says She Can't Win Georgia Governor's Race

Fire's Smoke Delays 200 Flights in San Francisco

Trump Says He Answered Written Questions in Mueller Probe

Dakota Access Pipeline Security Company Faces $2M in Possible Fines


St. Paul Teacher Suspended after 5-Year-Old Wanders Away

Man Convicted of Fraud Now Guilty of Lying about Identity

Crews Break Wall to Rescue 6 in Chicago Skyscraper Elevator

Push is On to Strengthen Penalties For Drivers Who Don't Stop for School Buses

Survey: Rural Economy Being Hurt by Tariffs, Low Prices

1 Dead in Train-SUV Crash in Western Minnesota

Minnesota HS Football Player Out of Hospital after Collapse

Steelworkers Ratify Four-Year Deal with U.S. Steel

Clean Water Groups Ask Regulators to Put PolyMet Permits on Hold

Steelworkers and ArcelorMittal Reach Tentative Agreement

Prep Girl's Hockey 11/16: #3 Proctor/Hermantown, Benilde-SM Get Wins

#7 Denver Snaps #1 UMD's 8-Game Win Streak

Let's Go Crazy! Wolves Beat Blazers For 3rd Straight Win Since Butler Trade

#6 Adrian Take Series Opener With CSS Women's Hockey

Volunteers Gearing up for Thanksgiving Buffet


Michigan to Develop Online Voter Registration Under New Laws

Animal Allies: Bubba

Local Musicians Showing off Talent on "Christmas By the Lake" CD

Marine General Frying Turkeys, Helping People in Need

Eveleth-Gilbert Schools Closed Due to Heating Issues

Report: Performance Up in Wisconsin Schools and Districts

Sheriff Asks Hunters to Look for Evidence in Closs Disappearance


1 Arrested after Beltrami County Boy Shoots, Injures Himself

Dayton Says Complications Have Kept Him at Mayo for a Month

Wisconsin Unemployment at 3 Percent in October

Habitat For Humanity's "ReStore" Closing

Wisconsin's Firearms Deer Season Begins Saturday

Minnesota Man Says Father Missing After California Fire Found Dead

Superior FD Award-Winning Training Pushes to Save Lives
Jennie-O Recalling Ground Turkey in Salmonella Outbreak
Stranded Middle Schoolers Enjoy a Spontaneous Slumber Party

Plans Being Discussed to Combine Two Iron Range Schools

Plans are being discussed to potentially combine both Virginia High School and Eveleth-Gilbert High School into a new school that follows a career academy model.


Testimony in Duluth Murder Trial Wrapping Up

Testimony is wrapping up in a first-degree murder trial against 20-year-old Noah King. Closing arguments are expected for Thursday morning. Judge Mark Munger will decide the case because King waived his right to a jury. 


Duluth Country Duo Shares Their Journey to Music Industry

Heidi Pack and Jake Birdseye are the Duluth country duo of 'Whiskey Trail' and are making their way up in the country music industry. Whiskey Trail opened for the legendary country band Alabama at AMSOIL Arena recently. 


Duluth Students Experience the Effects of Aging

Duluth high school students got a glimpse decades into the future to help answer the question - what does it feel like to be an older person? That was answered with a unique aging simulation training in the classroom Wednesday.


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Hand-crafted Republican Sign Defaced with Blue Paint in Duluth

Abrams Says She Can't Win Georgia Governor's Race

Trump Says He Answered Written Questions in Mueller Probe

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Wisconsin Gun Deer Season Opens Saturday

Experts: Prospects Good for Michigan's Firearms Deer Season

Drop in Wisconsin Deer Licenses Raises Funding Concerns

Senate OKs Coast Guard Bill with Ballast Water Compromise

Lawsuit Seeks to Maintain Federal Gray Wolf Protections

3 UMD Students Rescue Deer Stuck in Ice

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