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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

High-Speed Chase Ends on Airport Taxiway


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Lillehaug Says He Has Parkinson's, Leaving Minn. Supreme Court


Trudeau: D-Day Fighters Died 'For You and Me'


Missing Hunter from Kansas Found in Ontario

May Holds Bilateral Talks with Trudeau

Canada: Time for China to "Break the Silence" on Tiananmen

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Meeting Thursday about Rainbow Family Gathering

Law Enforcement Torch Run Passes Through Duluth

U.S. Steel Idling Blast Furnaces

Leaked Email Raises New Questions about PolyMet Water Permit

Leaked Email Raises New Questions about PolyMet Water Permit


Great Lakes States, Provinces Team Up on Invasive Species
Superior Council Draws Cards to Elect President, Paine Vetoes Censure
Filing Closes for Duluth City Races with 25 Candidates for 6 Positions
New Shovel at Minntac Represents Investment in Future
Henry Banks Announces Candidacy For Duluth City Council

Endangered Condor May Have Hatched in Zion National Park

There's likely a new baby condor at Zion National Park in southwest Utah. Park rangers said Thursday that they suspect a pair of endangered California condors has hatched their first egg because of behavior changes.


Body Found near Lake of the Woods ID'd as Man Missing Since Fall

2 Killed in Northwestern Ontario Plane Crash

Man Apparently Drowns in Lake of the Woods

Minn. Landlord Accused of Offering Cheap Rent for Sex Pays Claim

Wisconsin Joins Federal Lawsuit over Health Care Objections

Kayaker Dies on Northwestern Ontario River

Man Arrested in Northwestern Ontario Death

American Distillers Welcome End of Tariffs in Canada, Mexico

Minnesota Seeks to Add Purdue Pharma Owners to Opioid Suit

Hennepin County Attorney to Enter Alcohol Treatment Program

Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Falls Back to Record Low

Republican Wis. Senator Vows to Vote Against GOP-Crafted Budget
Michigan Opioid Prescriptions Down 15 Percent Last Year
Prince Harry Promotes Late Mother's Cause: Angola Land Mines

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

Facebook to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency

Facebook surprised cryptocurrency experts in announcing a digital currency that shares fundamental privacy characteristics with Bitcoin.


Target to Offer Same-day Delivery For $9.99 Per Order

Target is offering same-day delivery on thousands of items for $9.99 per order through a delivery startup it purchased nearly two years ago. Until now, Target shoppers looking to receive same-day delivery through Shipt had to go to the startup's website and pay for a membership.


Ford Recalls 1.3M Vehicles for Suspension, Transmission Woes

Ford is recalling over 1.3 million vehicles mainly in North America to fix rear suspension and transmission control software problems. Dealers will replace the part or update the software.


States Sue to Stop $26.5B Sprint-T-Mobile Deal

A group of state attorneys general, including Wisconsin and Michigan are filing a lawsuit to block T-Mobile's $26.5 billion bid for Sprint, citing consumer harm. The state AGs say the merger would hurt competition and drive up prices.


Program Expands Computer Science Instruction in Wisconsin

Wisconsin schools are participating in a program that pairs educators with technology professionals to teach computer science in schools that might not have been able to offer the subject. The goal is to address a shortage of computer science professionals across the country.


Report: FTC to Lead Possible Facebook Antitrust Probe

The Federal Trade Commission has secured the rights to begin a potential investigation into whether Facebook engaged in what it called "unlawful monopolistic behavior."  The FTC is already investigating Facebook for possible privacy violations.


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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

Ontario Updating CWD Plan as Cases Draw Closer

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

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