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Obama Signs Short-Term Bill to Keep Government from Shutting Down

President Barack Obama has signed a short-term funding bill to keep the government from shutting down at the end of the week.

Library Awards Ceremony

Duluth Library Foundation Honors Library Donors

Pages of history were turning as awards were handed out on Wednesday at the Duluth Depot.

Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 Million

Wisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses, and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.

City Council Votes on Maximum Property Tax Increase

City Council Agrees On Maximum Property Tax Increase

The final amount will be voted on in December.

UW Credit Union Expands Eligibility to All College Students

Governor Scott Walker joined officials from the University of Wisconsin Credit Union and the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) today to announce a change in the credit union's membership eligibility requirements that will provide additional opportunities for the refinancing of student loan debt across the state.

Woman Charged with Wrongfully Obtaining Public Assistance

A 51-year-old woman obtained more than $31,000 in public assistance in Minnesota, while residing in Superior.

Holiday Decor Popping Up Across the Northland

Christmas Coming into The Northland

It's beginning to look, a little like Christmas across parts of the Northland.

Clover Valley School Demolition Approved by County Board

The former school building in Duluth Township has stood empty for the last 40 years, will finally come down following a unanimous vote by the St. Louis County Board.

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