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DNR postpones aquatic invasive species decal program
1 hour 32 min ago
Minnesota State Fair Grandstand acts announced
4 hours 1 min ago
One seriously hurt in crash involving school bus near Ashland
17 hours 24 min ago
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Pro-wolf groups seek threatened status
22 hours 34 min ago
Insanity defense possible for man charged in Minnesota teacher’s shooting death
5 hours 3 min ago
President Barack Obama blocks a shot while playing basketball with personal aide Reggie Love in this undated photo from the White House.
(Pete Souza / White House)
Obama’s dislike for fried walleye, and other tidbits, revealed in ex-aide’s book
14 hours 9 min ago
Barb Abney out as DJ at Minnesota Public Radio's 'The Current'
4 hours 59 min ago
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Sen. David Tomassoni
Draft opinion: No conflict in Tomassoni holding RAMS job
16 hours 14 min ago
Wild slip past Oilers
13 hours 8 min ago
The Duluth Public Library on Superior Street, as seen in November 2014.  (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Consultants recommend replacing Duluth's downtown library
January 26, 2015 - 9:59pm
Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: On and off snow showers today
17 hours 53 min ago
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HELPFUL HINT: Finding the happy medium in thawing out butter
18 hours 54 min ago
Photo of the Day for January 27, 2015
18 hours 57 min ago
The pilot of a single engine Cirrus SR-22 aircraft that ran out of fuel while enroute from California to Maui deploys his airframe parachute system 253 miles northeast of Maui, Hawaii, as seen in this frame grab from U.S. Coast Guard video taken January 25, 2015. The pilot safely exited the aircraft into a life raft and was picked up by the cruise ship MS Veendam, according to the Coast Guard. REUTERS/U.S. Coast Guard/Handout via Reuters
Video: Pilot of Cirrus plane survives ditching into ocean 250 miles from Hawaii
January 26, 2015 - 10:14pm
NFL investigators reach out to Columbia physics department
1 hour 45 min ago
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