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Two people are dead after a semi crash and caught fire in Racine County, Wis.

2 Dead in Semi Explosion on I-94 in Wisconsin


Minnesota Hemp Farmer Charged with Selling Drugs

Minnesota Farmer Apparently Trampled to Death by Livestock

Shooting Victim Rescued by Uber Driver near Stillwater

Skating Coach Pleads Guilty to Sexually Abusing Student

Milwaukee Police: Person in Custody after Boy Fatally Shot

Michigan Prisoners Placed in Segregation over Facebook Page

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2 Off-Duty Officers Killed in Separate Wisconsin Incidents


Wisconsin Assembly Passes 5G Technology Regulation Bill


Minnesota Man Charged with Killing 2 Trumpeter Swans

Overflowing Great Lakes Threaten Piping Plover

2 Arrested in Gun Death of Boy Dropped Off at Hospital

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Enbridge to Begin Rock, Soil Sampling in Straits of Mackinac
2 U of M Wrestlers Released Without Charges
Rain Leaves Veggie Farmers Struggling with No Aid in Sight
Madison Police Investigate Death of Woman Pulled from Pond
Body Recovered from Anoka Co. Lake after Search for Missing Swimmer
Father Dies Trying to Rescue His Toddler From Minnesota Lake
Cameras at Minnesota Sentencings Pull Back Curtain on Courts
Combat Ship Named for Twin Cities Splashes Down for Launch

Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady


Survey Sees Biggest US Honeybee Winter Die-Off Yet

AP Investigation: Many US Jails Fail to Stop Inmate Suicides

40 Evacuated after Attack on Iraq Exxon Site

Turkey's Erdogan Claims Ex-Egyptian President was Killed

South Korea to Send 50,000 Tons of Rice to North Korea

Over 16 Tons of Cocaine Intercepted at Philadelphia Port

Shanahan Out at Pentagon, Esper Now Acting Secretary

Canadian Man Gets 26 Years for Role in Attack on US Soldiers

Canada Reapproves Contentious Pacific Coast Pipeline

US to Send More Troops to Middle East

Police: 4 Shot at Raptors Rally in Toronto

Fire Triggers Pollution Concerns at US Steel Coke Plant

Egypt TV Says Ousted President Morsi Dies in Court

Iran to Increase Uranium Enrichment Levels

Republican Wis. Senator Vows to Vote Against GOP-Crafted Budget
Anti-Abortion Ballot Drives to Start Soon in Michigan
Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year
Marijuana Use Doubles in US Pregnant Women to 1 in 14
Facebook to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency
Target to Offer Same-day Delivery For $9.99 Per Order

Midwest News

Nurses Strike Deal with Children's Hospitals of Minnesota


Officials Warn of Higher Water Levels on Michigan Waterways


Michigan Flies Pride Flags on State Building for First Time


Police Union: Chief Violated Law in Case of 5 Fired Officers


Army Corps: Mississippi Dredging Began Before Floods Receded


Great Lakes Leaders to Discuss Funding Invasive Carp Project


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A networking event was held on Wednesday night to introduce some of the Catalyst Content Festival's executive producers from Los Angeles to local producers, actors, and actresses.

Networking Event Introduces Local Talent to National Producers


Duluth Now Has Maternity Home For Pregnant, Homeless Women

Yoga for Runners Connects Body and Spirit

Longtime Grandma's Marathon Volunteer From Georgia Enjoys Helping with Event

Meeting Thursday about Rainbow Family Gathering

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Wisconsin Spring Turkey Harvest Similar to Last Year

Wisconsin Spring Turkey Harvest Similar to Last Year

Michigan Crews to Conduct Fishery Research in Great Lakes

Research crews will study lake trout, walleye and forage fish populations this summer and fall.

Ontario Updating CWD Plan as Cases Draw Closer

Ontario Updating CWD Plan as Cases Draw Closer

With a Promise of the Future, Hermantown Man Begins 310-Mile Journey on Superior Hiking Trail

A Hermantown native is attempting to run the entire Superior Hiking Trail in record time to raise awareness and funds for the trail.

Wolves Attack Chocolate Lab in Woods Near Observation Road

Two wolves attacked Venom, a 3-year-old chocolate lab, in the woods near Observation Road in Duluth.

Grizzly Bears Push into Lowland Areas as Legal Fight Drags

Possible bear claw marks are seen on a tree at Yellowstone National Park.

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