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Police have removed the remains of 63 fetuses from a Detroit funeral home.

Detroit Police Find 63 Fetuses in Funeral Home Amid Probe


Minnesota Frozen Food Company Recalls Pork, Chicken Products

Man Who Killed Wetterling Faces Civil Trial in Related Case

Baldwin says She 'Won't be Bullied' by Russian Meddling

Ambassadors Seek to Bring Motown Sound Back to Detroit

Minn. Teen Found Dead in South Dakota Dorm Died of Heart Defect

Wis. Man Who Founded Little Free Libraries Dies

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Ex-FBI Agent Gets 4 years in Document-leak Case


Trump Approves Flooding Disaster Declaration for Southern Wisconsin


Banker Survey: Farmland Prices Expected to Drop in 10 States

1 Man Killed, Another Hurt in Farm Accidents Near Mankato

Gnat-Borne Disease Turns Up in Southern Minnesota Deer

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Former Vice President Biden Endorses Randy Bryce
Trial Date Set for April in Wisconsin Redistricting Case
2 People Killed in Crash Involving Charter Bus
Jayme Closs Now Missing for 4 Days; Parents’ Deaths Ruled as Homicides
University of Minnesota Sees Spike in Reports of Sex Assault
Charges Won't Be Filed Against Detroit Lakes Police Chief
Police Say Man with Handgun Shot by Police in Strum, Wis.
Minnesota College Reviews Greek Policy after Student Death

Around 50 Tombstones Desecrated at Fort Frances, Ontario Cemetery


No Mega Millions Winner, Jackpot Climbs to $1.6 Billion

Germany says Hold Khashoggi's Killers to Account

The Latest: Caravan Moves Back From Guatemala-Mexico Gate

Train Mows Down Crowd at India Festival, At Least 58 Dead

US and South Korea Again Call Off a Major Military Exercise

Trump Praises Congressman for Assaulting Reporter

Trump: 'Certainly Looks' Like Saudi Writer Dead

Children of Islamic State Group Live Under a Stigma in Iraq

StarKist Admits Fixing Tuna Prices, Faces $100 Million Fine

US Probes Ford Pickup Tailgates Opening Unexpectedly

Despite Canadian Change, It's Still Illegal to Bring Marijuana into US

Canada to Pardon Small-Scale Pot Convictions

Recreational Pot Becomes Legal in Canada

US Says EU Moving Too Slowly in Trade Talks

Baldwin says She 'Won't be Bullied' by Russian Meddling
Walker, Evers, Discuss Transportation and More at Gubernatorial Debate
Community Members Partake in Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Awareness
Consumer Advisory for Sunnyside Orchards Apple Cider
StarKist Admits Fixing Tuna Prices, Faces $100 Million Fine
US Probes Ford Pickup Tailgates Opening Unexpectedly

Midwest News

Foxconn Subsidiary Fined in Connection with Flooding


Tip Leads to Hidden Infant Remains at Detroit Funeral Home


Dozens of Cases Could be Dismissed after Police Misconduct


University of Iowa Suspends 9 Fraternities, Citing Alcohol


Body of Man Missing Since 1996 Found in Wis. Lake


Minn. Fugitive Who Vowed to 'Never Be Caught' Arrested in Indiana


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Authorities are asking for information regarding the desecration of approximately 50 tombstones at the Fort Frances cemetery in Ontario, Canada.

Around 50 Tombstones Desecrated at Fort Frances, Ontario Cemetery


Community Members Partake in Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Awareness

One Injured in Two Vehicle Crash near Pine City

No Mega Millions Winner, Jackpot Climbs to $1.6 Billion

Authorities Respond to Duplex Structure Fire in Superior

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Will a Deadly Deer Virus Affect this Year's Hunt? MN Health Expert Weighs in

Will a Deadly Deer Virus Affect this Year's Hunt? MN Health Expert Weighs in

Two Bucks Lock Horns, Fight on Dashcam Video

A police dashcam caught a fight between two bucks in Ohio.

UP Sees First Known Case of CWD

The first case of CWD in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been confirmed.

Gnat-Borne Disease Turns Up in Southern Minnesota Deer

The first case of EHD has been found in a Minnesota deer.

Grand Teton Bear Killed after Becoming Accustomed to People

Rangers have put down a bear at Grand Teton National Park that had become accustomed to people.

Program Aims to Improve Veterinarians' Skills with Wildlife

The University of Minnesota is launching a year-long fellowship aimed at improving veterinarians' skills in handling wild animals who may wind up in their care.

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