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Energy Drinks Special Report

Energy drinks are made with ingredients like caffeine and taurine, that can give you a perceived feeling of energy.

Redbull, Monster and Rockstar. These drinks have become a go–to for consumers looking to get a quick boost of energy, but should you be concerned about the ingredients inside these cans?

Walker Sits Down with Fox 21

Governor Walker Sits Down with Fox 21

Governor Scott Walker discussed everything from working with those across the political aisle to working with individual city officials and with those across state lines in an interview with FOX 21 in Barron.

Investigating Energy Drinks

Special Report: Investigating Energy Drinks

Drinking strong coffee or a caffeinated soda used to be the most popular ways to get a quick energy boost. That all started changing about 15 years ago when the most well known energy drinks started appearing on U.S. markets. Now energy drinks is a multi–billion dollar industry.

Trump, Sanders take New Hampshire Primary

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders have won a critical primary in New Hampshire. 

crash update

Car Flipped on Railroad Tracks Removed

A car accident left a vehicle upside down on the railroad tracks.

Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Expands to Hinckley

One Duluth craft brewery has expanded to a casino bar in Hinckley. 

Police Investigating discovery of Bomb-Making Materials in Washburn Co.

Authorities in Washburn County are investigating following the discovery of bomb-making materials at a home.

Driver Charged after Striking, Killing Hermantown Bicyclist

A 71-year-old man has been charged nearly five months after striking and killing a bicyclist in Hermantown. 

Army Corps of Engineers to fund $4.5M for Koochiching County Sewer Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its 2016 Work Plan Monday, which includes $4.5 million in funding for a sewer project in northern Minnesota. 

Gov. Dayton Proposes Six Weeks of Paid Parental leave for State Employees

Governor Dayton announced a proposal Tuesday that would allow six weeks of paid parental leave for all state employees. 

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