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One seriously hurt in crash involving school bus near Ashland
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Rookie claims Arrowhead 135 bike title by a second
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Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: On and off snow showers today
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Man accused of impersonating officer during Christmas Day arrest in Superior
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Sen. David Tomassoni
Draft opinion: No conflict in Tomassoni holding RAMS job
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Pro-wolf groups seek threatened status
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HELPFUL HINT: Finding the happy medium in thawing out butter
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Photo of the Day for January 27, 2015
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Recipes will call for different cuts depending on how much flavor for the recipe is coming from the meat. A steak with more marbling and fat on it will have more flavor.
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Cliffs Natural Resources seeks creditor protection in Canada
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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
Allete to invest $168 million in U.S. Water Services
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Pets of the week for Jan. 27, 2015
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Max Medlin
Five questions with Max Medlin: Working the railroad with volunteers
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Cloquet woman hurt in crash
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