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New information estimates 200 homeless people use the Twin Cities light rail system for shelter each night.

Minnesota Homeless Seek Shelter on Light Rail


Study: Water at Apostle Islands has High Plastic Pollution

Park Service Aims to Manage Surge in Pictured Rocks Visitors

Lake Erie Waves Surge Past Seawall, Flooding Neighborhoods

Minnesota Manufacturers Face Potential Labor Shortage

Texas Shooting Spurs Supporters of Minnesota Gun Law Changes

Supreme Court: Lifetime GPS Monitoring Not Punishment

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Survey Shows Improving Economy in Rural Midwest, Plains


Police: Boy, 7, Killed Self with Gun Found in Box with Toy


Man Struck, Killed by Semitrailer on I-94 after Crashing Car

Mich. Man Sentenced to Jail for Posing as Ambulance Medic

AAA: Michigan Gas Prices Top $3 for 1st Time Since 2015

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Minnesota State Patrol Trooper Seriously Injured in Crash
Heating Tools Suspected in Fire at Historic Milwaukee Church
ICE Officials Arrest 78 in Five-State Immigration Sweep
Chicago Group Sues to Stop Construction of Obama Center
Mich. Woman Fired after Cops Seize Laxative-Laced Brownies
Fertilizer Giant Leaving Minnesota for Florida
Group Behind Theodore Roosevelt Library Scraps 2-Site Plan
Illinois Governor Seeks to Reinstate Death Penalty

UPDATED: 10 Dead in Texas School Shooting Identified


UPDATE: 110 Dead in Crash, Recorder Found

Trump: Justice Department Planted Spy in 2016 Campaign

Trump Catches Wilkie Off-Guard with VA Secretary Nomination

Police: 1 Dead, 1 Hurt in Shooting after Georgia Graduation

House Defeats Farm Bill as Conservatives Revolt

Deportation Arrests Increase under Trump

Secret Service on Scene of Shooting at Trump-owned Resort

Senate Confirms Haspel as New CIA Director

Trump Cites 'Protections' if Kim Denuclearizes

Winnipeg Man Who Sent Letter Bombs Guilty of Attempted Murder

US Running Out of Time on NAFTA Rewrite

After Iraqi Upset, US Prepares to Embrace a Former Foe

Pentagon: No Planned Changes to Korean Military Exercises

White House: Trump 'Animals' Comment Referred to MS-13, Not Immigrants

Dayton, GOP At Still Odds As Session Set To Conclude
Trump: Justice Department Planted Spy in 2016 Campaign
Experts Warn of Bad Year for Fleas and Ticks
US Approves 1st Drug Developed to Prevent Chronic Migraines
False Claim about Starbucks Coupon
Bumble Bee CEO Indicted on Charge He Fixed Canned Tuna Price

Midwest News

Company's High-Priced Land Buying Spree Puzzles SE Minn. Officials


Search Resumes for Remains of Up To 7 Michigan Girls


Iowa Baby Struck by Softball May Have Suffered Brain Damage


Walker Floats Splitting Up Milwaukee School District


Minnesota Driver's Vehicle Catches Fire in North Dakota


Pearl Harbor WWII Sailor Finally Laid to Rest


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A man from Darwin was killed after his vehicle struck a farm implement.

Darwin Man Killed After Vehicle Strikes Farm Implement


Dayton, GOP At Still Odds As Session Set To Conclude

Search Continues For Minnesota Man Missing Since 1990

Groundbreaking Ceremony held in Iron River for Future Veterans Memorial Park

Kickoff for Dylanfest 2018 Underway in Duluth

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New Firewood Rules Aim to Protect Minnesota Forests

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wants to remind visitors and campers that only approved firewood is allowed in state parks, state forests and wildlife management areas. Help stop the spread of damaging forest pests.

River Quest: Lessons on the Waters That Feed Lake Superior

Sixth-graders enjoy the sights on the observation deck of the Vista Star during the River Quest.

Gov. Mark Dayton Catches Three Fish in Annual Governor's Fishing Opener

Gov. Mark Dayton caught three of his boat's seven fish in the annual Governor's Fishing Opener held on Green Lake in Spicer.

Munger Trail Celebration and Ribbon Cutting

The Munger Trail portion from Grand Avenue to Becks Road has been stabilized and repaved.

Stocking Up for MN Fishing Opener

People are stocking up for the Minnesota fishing opener.

Iron Co. Would Be Last Bucks-Only Spot under Wis. DNR Plan

Iron County would be Wisconsin's only bucks-only hunting location this fall under a DNR plan.

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