WINTER - A western Wisconsin school district will change its Native American logo that it's used for its sports teams.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) announced Friday that, as a result of the 2010 health reform law, 16 community health centers across Minnesota will be eligible to apply for more than $1.6 million to support efforts to enroll uninsured Minnesotans in health coverage.
MADISON - A mining company has applied for an exploratory license to begin the process of opening an iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin near Lake Superior.
ASHLAND - A new office to educate people on the effects mining will have on northern Wisconsin.
RED LAKE, Minn. AP - The Red Lake Tribal Council is hosting its annual Youth Leadership Conference this week - and it will feature an appearance by an American Indian actor who was in the ``Twilight'' movies.
DULUTH - A ruling by the Minnesota Court of Appeals could put the City of Duluth in a position of authority when it comes to the future plans for the Carter Hotel.
DULUTH - The Minnesota State Court of Appeals has reversed a lower court's decision in lawsuit the city of Duluth brought against the Fond du Lac band regarding the Carter Hotel.
DULUTH - The future of the Carter Hotel remains uncertain.
The Fond du Lac Band, which owns the casino next door, took over the property more than two years ago.
A recent tour inside the historic property is leaving people questioning if it should be prserved or torn down.
HAYWARD - A man connected to a stabbing death on the Lac Courte Oreilles reservation got a 55–year sentence Monday.
MADISON - The Bad River Band of Lake Superior's leader says the tribe plans to immediately begin raising money for a possible lawsuit challenging Republicans' polarizing mining changes.