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Gogebic Taconite formally withdraws from northern Wisconsin mining project
17 hours 29 min ago
Vikings' Greenway takes $3 million cut to stay
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Religion bill seen as targeting gay people passes in Arkansas Senate
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Minnesota Capitol restoration project $30 million over budget
15 hours 16 min ago
Charges: St. Paul pizzeria was a front for marijuana dealing
16 hours 28 min ago
1 dead, 2 injured after fire at Minnesota senior living complex
1 hour 28 min ago
Second Minnesota turkey farm hit by bird flu
4 hours 12 min ago
Single-engine plane crashes in Cass County
1 hour 59 min ago
Children reported missing from Duluth found safe in New York
19 hours 46 min ago
Solway Township fire victim identified
21 hours 15 min ago
Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Warmer this weekend
18 hours 27 min ago
Tywuan Young and Kyley Wolf, both seniors at Denfeld High School, write positive messages to their fellow students on post-in notes Wednesday. The notes are part of an anti-bullying campaign at the school. More than 4,000 notes have been posted. Bob King /
Posting positivity: Denfeld students share uplifting messages at school
March 26, 2015 - 7:59pm
International Falls kindergartners spent a month learning about art with Mason Wilson of The Canvas Butcher, thanks to a grant from the newly formed Mr. Pete Foundation to honor retired International Falls teacher Mike Peterson. The students
Through foundation, 'Mr. Pete' continues to inspire
March 26, 2015 - 9:32pm
Dayton wants to get tough on poachers
16 hours 25 min ago
Jackie LaGesse (from left) Lisa Packingham and Deb Packingham, all of Duluth watch their pups play at the Keene Creek Dog Park in Duluth. The group meets frequently at the park so that their dogs can socialize. Clint Austin /
SHARING A COMMON BOND: Duluth dog parks, Facebook presence make for socializing among pups, their owners
March 27, 2015 - 12:00am