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The Minnesota Attorney General's office will review the case of a woman accused of killing her husband in southern Minnesota, then fleeing to Florida and killing a woman there.

Minnesota AG to Review Case of Woman Accused in 2 Deaths


No Charges Against Stillwater Officer in Fatal Shooting

Report: University of Minnesota Should Rename 4 Buildings

Man Arrested in Minneapolis, Accused of Kidnapping Journalist in Somalia

Survey: Banks Raising Farm Loan Collateral Requirements

4-Year-Old Inspires with Trampoline Act in His Wheelchair

Father Accused of Beating, Raping Twin Daughters Sentenced

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Medical Marijuana User Loses Workplace Case in Appeals Court


City of Omaha On Trial in Death of 'Cops' Crew Member


Wisconsin School Ends Cheerleading Awards for Body Parts

Waukesha County House Fire Kills 3

Prosecutor: Man with Explosives was Planning UW Attack

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Utility Wants New Limit to Release Mercury in Lake Michigan
70-Year-Old Wis. Man Dies in Collision with Train
Iowa Mom Gets Life Sentence for Death of Baby Found in Swing
2 Iowa College Students Killed in Car-Semitrailer Collision
4 People, Including Children, Found Dead in Lower Michigan
Shakopee Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting
Second Body Found in Submerged Semi near Wis. Dells
Apartment Popularity Rising in Twins Cities, Along with Rent

UN Chief Discusses Yemen, Venezuela with Pompeo


Smollett Quiet after Posting Bond, Leaving Jail

Judge Imposes Gag Order on Stone after Instagram Post

Fire Guts Oldest Part of Bangladeshi Capital, Killing Dozens

NC Officials Order New Election in Undecided US House Race

Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns

House Dems Readying Bill to Block Trump's Border Emergency

US Says Alabama Woman Who Joined Islamic State Can't Return

US Steps Up Winter Warfare Training as Global Threat Shifts

Kim or Trump? Hanoi Barber Offers Leaders' Hairdos for Free

After Surgery, Michael Cohen's Prison Date Postponed to May

Putin Warns US About New Russian Weapons

7 Children Die in Eastern Canada House Fire

Sen. Bernie Sanders Running for President in 2020

House Dems Probe White House Handling of Saudi Nuclear Plan

Walz Discusses Infrastructure Investments at Legislative Breakfast for Duluth Days
Wis. Democrats File Federal Lawsuit over Lame-Duck Law
Anesthesia, If Limited, can Be Safe for Baby's Brain
Medicare Ambulance Rides May No Longer End Up at ER
US Airfares Hit New Lows after Factoring for Inflation
Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns

Midwest News

Wisconsin Man Dies in Car Fire after getting Stuck in Snow


Man Sentenced for Firing Gunshot at Youth Football Game


Alleged Leader Pleads Not Guilty in Minnesota Mosque Bombing


Illinois Democrats Ask Evers to Review Foxconn Impact


Wisconsin High School Sorry for Apparent Blackface Display


Ex-Minnesota Grain Elevator Manager Pleads Guilty in Swindle


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The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner kicked off Thursday with events for the whole family.

The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner kicks Off


Cass County Man Faces Stalking, Child Pornography Charges

Forest Service Relaunching Online BWCA Permit Reservations

Walz Discusses Infrastructure Investments at Legislative Breakfast for Duluth Days

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

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Forest Service Relaunching Online BWCA Permit Reservations

The Forest Service says it will reopen the BWCA online reservation process on March 4.

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Fatal Brain Disease Found in Wild Deer in Crow Wing County

CWD has been found in a wild deer in north-central Minnesota for the first time.

Anglers Can Keep Some Mille Lacs Walleye This Year

For the first time in several years, Mille Lacs anglers will be able to keep some walleye this year.

New Coalition Backs Plan for Keeping Carp out of Great Lakes

Outdoors groups are hoping to keep invasive carp out of the Great Lakes.

Citizens Voice Frustration on Website Crash for BWCA Permits

A forum was hosted by Rep. Pete Stauber in response to the website crash for BWCA permits at the Grand Ely Lodge Saturday.

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