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Train Derailed

Train Derails and Leaks Dangerous Chemicals in Superior

A train derailed in a rail yard substation, spilling potentially dangerous chemicals.

Eckenberg Retirement

Many Gather to Celebrate Gary Eckenberg's Retirement

Many gathered today to surprise Deputy Administrator Gary Eckenberg for his retirement.

Rezoning Decision Allows Paisley Park to Open Permanently

A Minnesota city council has voted to rezone Prince's Paisley Park recording studio and home, meaning it can open as a permanent museum.

Former Mayor Pleads Guilty to Burglarizing Current Mayor

The former mayor of Watson has pleaded guilty to breaking into the current mayor's home in March.

Damaged Stained Glass Windows to be Reinstalled at Sacred Heart Music Center

It's been more than a year since a truck slammed into the side of Sacred Heart Music Center, causing extensive damage to the historic Duluth landmark, including a set of priceless stained glass windows.

UW-Superior Named Top Public Online College in Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin-Superior, has been named the top public online college in Wisconsin for 2016-17 by AffordableCollegesOnline.

KQDS FOX 21 Translator Upgrades In Progress

Over the next few weeks, KQDS FOX 21 will be upgrading its outlying translators in both Minnesota and Wisconsin to transmit a Digital broadcast signal. This means that digital/HD viewing will be soon available to viewers in the areas listed.

Update: Lakeville Family Found Safe

The Lakeville Police Department is look for assistance in locating a family of four who haven't been seen since Thursday and who also have ties to the Proctor area.

Train Derailment Causes Chemical Leak

A train has derailed in the Town of Superior and authorities are working to clean a flammable chemical leak.

LED Concerns

LED Light Concerns In Duluth

The city of Duluth has thrived with tourism and the money it draws from those coming to visit from out of town

Some of that money is being spent on very bright four thousand kelvin led light bulbs to light the city streets and business districts.

All though its seems like a money saving idea, some are saying the lights are just too bright.

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