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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

Report: Wisconsin Schools Behind US in Offering Breakfast


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Craig Simonson Continues His Quest to La Crosse


Judge Orders Wis. Education Department to Release Records


Postal Service: Please Clear Walkways of Snow and Ice

Minnesota Court of Appeals Rejects Tenure Challenge Again

North Dakota Issuing 607 Nonresident Deer Bow Licenses

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Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Duluth Reminding Residents of Winter Watch Page for Snow Removal

Dress Drive Fairy Seeking Donations

Snowfall records were set across the Upper Midwest on Wednesday, but Duluth fell just short. 

Snowfall Setting Records, Not Yet for Duluth


Wis. AG Won't Defend Lame Duck Law in Union Lawsuit
Minnesota Lawmaker Seeks Crackdown on Fake Hate Crime Claims
Smollett Quiet after Posting Bond, Leaving Jail
Wisconsin GOP Introduces Legislation to Combat Homelessness
Moose Lake Correctional Facility Hoping to Add More Staff Under Gov. Walz's Budget

Wisconsin Investment Fund Shrunk 3.3 Percent Last Year

The investment funds for most Wisconsin public workers and retirees shrunk slightly last year. The State of Wisconsin Investment Board says the gross rate of return on the core fund was down 3.3 percent.


MNsure Reports Record of Nearly 124,000 Health Care Sign-Ups

Scientists: Minnesota Is Among Fastest Warming States in US

Wisconsin Corrections Staff Logged $50 Million in Overtime in 2018

Reaction to the News of the Death of Tom Rukavina

Full Press Conference: Police Discuss Emergency Response at UMD

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Minnesota Keeps June 20 Cutoff for Using Weed Killer Dicamba

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

Walz Discusses Infrastructure Investments at Legislative Breakfast for Duluth Days
Anesthesia, If Limited, can Be Safe for Baby's Brain
Peter Tork, Monkees' Lovable Bass-guitar Player, Dead at 77

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 Airfares Hit New Lows after Factoring for Inflation

The average fare for airline travel within the United States has hit the lowest level since the government started keeping track in 1995, after adjusting for inflation. However, fees aren't included in that tally.


Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns

Several companies, including AT&T and Nestle, are pulling advertisements from YouTube over concerns about inappropriate comments on videos of children.


Credit Card Security Breach with North Country Business Partners

Four businesses in the Northland may have been affected by a credit or debit card security breach. North Country Business Products announced Tuesday that credit card data was stolen from consumers at some of their business partners.


Payless Files for Bankruptcy, Winds Down North American Biz

Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is shuttering its remaining stores in North America. The company has a store in the Miller Hill Mall.


General Motors to Invest $36M in Lansing-area Plant

General Motors says it will invest $36 million in its Lansing-area plant to prepare for future production of crossover vehicles. The plant builds the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave SUVs.


No More Khaki's for Target Employees

Attention all Target customers: you can now wear red and khaki to without being automatically mistaken for an employee. After November/December sales went up, Target decided that called a wardrobe change. Bye-bye khaki, hello denim!


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

Forest Service Relaunching Online BWCA Permit Reservations


Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Fatal Brain Disease Found in Wild Deer in Crow Wing County

Anglers Can Keep Some Mille Lacs Walleye This Year

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