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This northern long-eared bat, observed in Illinois, shows symptoms of white-nose syndrome. (Photo by Steve Taylor, University of Illinois / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website)
Northern long-eared bat gets threatened status
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Child, three adults rescued from icy lake in Bayfield County
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Jealous gunman attacks, shoots man in hotel near MOA
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Minnesota health insurers see earnings boost from Affordable Care Act
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Andy Welinski
College men's hockey: Welinski leaning toward returning to UMD in 2015-16
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Iron Range man charged in federal child porn case
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Shawn Russel Doherty
Babbitt man pleads guilty to killing mother's boyfriend
3 hours 59 min ago
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Power outage affects several thousand customers in Duluth
43 min 28 sec ago
Justin Crandall
College men's hockey: Bulldogs seniors Crandall, Johnson sign ATOs in the ECHL
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A drone with camera attached. (2014 file / Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group/TNS)
Flight of fancy: On April Fools’ Day, Ely becomes 'No Drone Zone'
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Decision delayed on building Edison high school
20 hours 3 min ago
Northland legislators oppose using surplus for tax cuts
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Shirley O. Corriher, author of "Cookwise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Cooking," said on howstuffworks.com that eggs crack because gases expand within the shell as they are heating. thinkstock.com
HELPFUL HINT: How to hard-boil eggs without cracking them
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David Devere
WINE SAVVY: Acidity essential to wine structure
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Duluth residents encouraged to sweep up road sand, salt
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