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Authorities say an explosion at an Army depot in Pennsylvania has left some workers injured.

Injuries Reported in Blast at Pennsylvania Army Depot


Putin Says US-Russia Summit was Successful

22 People Injured in California Military Base Tent Collapse

Court Blocks Measure Asking Voters to Split California in 3

US Housing Starts Tumbled 12.3 Percent in June

Japan OKs 1st Anti-smoking Law Seen as Lax and Partial

Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling

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Hot Weather Hindering Efforts Against Blaze near Yosemite


Russian Military Offers to Cooperate with US in Syria


Hawaii Volcano Boat Tours Continue After Lava Injuries

Judge Halts Deportations of Reunited Families

Trump Condemns Russia Probe after Meeting with Putin

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New Mexico Bus Crash Kills 3
Supporters Cheer as Trump Nears Helsinki Hotel
Body Cam Footage in Chicago Police Shooting Released Quickly
Nielsen Downplays 2018 Russia Election Threat
Trump, Queen Get Acquainted over Tea
Trump Suggests North Korea Disarmament a Ways Off
New Indictment Accuses 12 Russians of Hacking Democrats
CDC Links Honey Smacks, Salmonella

Baldwin Bill Would Import Wisconsin TV to Northwestern Wis.

Month Before Primary, Third of Wis. Voters Remain Undecided

Walker Downplays Interaction with Accused Russian Operative

Officer Dies After Assault by Inmate at Minnesota Prison


911 Caller Warned of Gas Leak Before Fatal Wisconsin Blast

South Dakota Mom Sentenced for Killing Son who Wet the Bed

Giant Pyramid Tourist Attraction Burns in Northern Illinois

Site Work Begins for Opposed Oil Refinery near National Park

Human Leg Found in Mississippi River

Day Care Owner Gets Probation for Trying to Kill Child

Appeals Court: Insurance Company Not Liable for Wis. Hunter's Injuries

2 Children, 1 Adult Killed in Southern Minn. Crash

Memorial Held on Anniversary of Justine Damond's Death

Foxconn Plans to Open Facilities in Eau Claire

Sailor who Died at Pearl Harbor Buried in Upper Peninsula

University Of Minnesota Looks To Enroll More Local Students

Teen Threatening Mom Killed by Minnesota Police

Enforcement Increased On Boat Operators Illegally Taking Passengers For Hire

Essentia Offering Evening Hours for Sports and Back to School Physicals
Alert for Improper Pasteurization of Ice Cream Mix
US Housing Starts Tumbled 12.3 Percent in June
Michigan Officials: Don't Wait to Lock In Propane Prices
Minnesota State Fair Announces Dozens of New Attractions
Robin Williams Speaks for Himself in New Documentary

World & National

Trump Slams PM's Brexit Plan Ahead of Meeting


A Look at NATO and What the Alliance Does, Past and Present


Trump Tweets 'Very Nice Note' from North Korea's Kim Jong Un


US Budget Marks June Deficit after Corporate Taxes Drop


US Service Member Killed in Afghanistan; 2nd in Week


US Inflation Reaches 2.9 Percent in June, Highest in 6 Years


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Volunteers Plant Monarch Habitat Along Lakewalk

A group of volunteers begin putting plants in the ground alongside the Lakewalk.

Yellowstone Sees Second-Busiest June Ever

Yellowstone National Park continues to see near-record visitation levels.

Study to Investigate Lifespan of Walleye in Minnesota Lake

Researchers hope to see if walleye are moving into smaller areas of the lake as they seek the optimal water temperature.

Census Suggests UP Wolf Population Stable, Thriving

Biologists say Michigan's wolf population appears to be leveling off.

Federal Agency Considers Dropping Wolf Protections

A federal agency is taking new action that could result in wolf protections being lifted.

Birkie Leaders Break Ground for Samuel C. Johnson Family Outdoor Center

A ceremonial groundbreaking for the Samuel C. Johnson Family Outdoor Center was held near Seeley on Saturday.

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