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Bentleyville Tourists Bring Big Money to Duluth


Essentia Health Donates AED to Local Church Following Duluth Man's Health Scare

Workers From Ashland Manufacturing Company Go on Strike

Duluth Man Dies in Fatal Car Crash with Semi

Minnesota Keeps June 20 Cutoff for Using Weed Killer Dicamba


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Feds Allot $20M for 'Can of Worms' Reconstruction


Census: Wisconsin Incomes Rise, Poverty Decreases


Pets Lost in Fire Near Ely

Regents OK 3 Percent Pay Hikes for UW System Employees

Minnesota AG Sues Indiana Company over Medical Data Hack

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Zinke Blames 'Vicious' Attacks for Departure

Thousands of Wreaths Placed in Northern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery

Saturday Marks 2 Months Since Jayme Closs Disappeared

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Garth Brooks to hold a second concert after tickets for his concert scheduled in May sold out in under an hour.

Gov. Dayton Asks Garth Brooks for Second Concert


New Herd of Elk could be Reintroduced to NE Minnesota
Duluthian's 20 Year Christmas Light Display Coming to an End
Last Saltie of Season to Leave Port Saturday
New Dyslexia Center Opening in Superior
Single Train Car Derailment Near South Range

Prosecutors Seek New Charge Against Ex-Minneapolis Officer

Prosecutors in the case of a former Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian woman are seeking to add a more serious charge. The prosecution now wants to charge Mohamed Noor with intentional second-degree murder.


Wis. Farmers Averaging $2,145 from Farm Bailout Program

Charges: Man Shot to Scare Fawn, Killed Ex-Police Chief

Hennepin County Jail Escapee's Freedom Short-Lived

Wis. Regulators Extend Deadline for Hemp Applications

Wis. AG: Private Event in Public Space Needs Alcohol License

Wis. Clerks Say GOP Primary Plan 'Impossible' to Implement

Raleigh Arcade for Family Night

Minn. Governor's Christmas Tree Harvested from Nemadji Forest

Wisconsin Company Gives Employees Revolvers for Christmas

Minnesota Man to Pay $140K for Snooping, Insider Trading

GOP Governor Candidate Jeff Johnson Retiring from Politics

Trump Says He'll Review Murder Case Against Ex-Army Commando
Free Enrollment Help Offered Ahead of MNsure Deadline
Gov. Dayton Asks Garth Brooks for Second Concert

Reward Offered in Search for Missing Colorado Woman


Trump Says He'll Review Murder Case Against Ex-Army Commando

Zinke Blames 'Vicious' Attacks for Departure

Man gets 7 ½ Years in Machete Attack at Kentucky College

All Evacuation Orders Lifted in Deadly California Wildfire

Trump Names Mulvaney Acting Chief of Staff

S&P 500 Sinks to Lowest Level Since April

Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed User Photos to Developers

Facebook says a software bug may have exposed a broader set of photos to app developers than users had granted permission for. The bug affected 6.8 million people over a 12-day period in September.


Toyota Recalls Nearly 143,000 SUV's and Pickup Trucks

Toyota's recall says a seat belt tension sensor can malfunction and deactivate the passenger's front, knee and side air bags. That would increase the injury risk in a crash.


Apple Announces Plan to Build $1 Billion Campus in Texas

Apple has announced its plan to build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas. The tech giant says the new campus in Austin will start with 5,000 employees.


Former WDIO News Anchor Dennis Anderson Shirt is Kind to Trees of Hope

Dennis Anderson's signature moustache and sign-off are part of a limited-time shirt revealed on GMN Tuesday morning. Funds raised from the sale will go toward local non-profits as part of WDIO's Trees of Hope effort. The shirts were created by "Flagship" in Duluth to honor the nostalgia and legacy of the local news celebrity.


Christmas Tree Farmers Combat Popularity of Artificial Trees

Christmas tree farmers have banded together for a social media campaign touting the benefits of real trees this season as concern grows about people choosing artificial trees over natural evergreens.


Italian Restaurant in Superior to Close

Sclavi's Italian Restaurant & Bar in Superior has announced plans to close after four years in business. The restaurant will close after service on Dec. 29, saying it was not generating enough revenue to stay operational.


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Michigan Lawmakers Vote to Ban Deer Sterilization until 2022

Michigan Lawmakers Vote to Ban Deer Sterilization until 2022


Deer Disease Not Found in Hundreds of Dead UP Deer

Officials Confirm 11 More CWD Infections on SE Wis. Deer Farm

Boulder Lake ELC Provides Sustainable Holiday Wreaths

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