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UMD Left Little Doubt with 4-1 Win Over Rival Minnesota
Willie Raskob had a goal and an assist in a three-goal flurry in the first period and Minnesota-Duluth beat Minnesota 4-1 on Friday night in the first round of the Northeast Regional of the NCAA hockey tournament.
Solway Township Fire Victim Identified
St. Louis County Sheriff’s Officials have identified the victim of a fatal fire in Solway Township.
Lake Co. Gets Grant to Help Prevent Loss from Future Wildfires
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released $511,153 in Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funds to Lake County, Minn., for the installation of fire-resistant roofing materials on 65 residential and commercial structures.
Dayton Wants to Crack Down on Poachers in MN
As a life-long hunter and angler, Governor Mark Dayton has proposed significant reforms to Minnesota’s poaching laws this session.
WI DNR Says Mining Company Has Withdrawn Plans
The state Department of Natural Resources says a company that was looking to open a huge iron mine in northern Wisconsin has officially withdrawn its plans.
MN Senate Democrats Release Budget Plan
Minnesota Senate Democrats have produced a two-year budget outline that would commit $550 million more for education programs and socks $250 million extra into state reserves.
The U.S. Forest Service is giving the public more time to weigh in on a proposal to swap state-owned land within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area for federal land elsewhere in the Superior National Forest.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the federal Farm Service Agency will host a series of town hall meetings in northern Minnesota to explain state and federal programs that compensate farmers for livestock losses due to wolves, raptors and weather.
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It’s been more than 50 years since the surgeon general’s report on smoking was released, and researchers are still finding new diseases related to lighting up.
Authorities report a man’s body was found after a fire in a home in northeastern Minnesota.
Believed to be With Noncustodial Mother
The Duluth Police Department is requesting the public’s help in locating two children who are with a noncustodial parent against a court order.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources wants to continue a three-walleye limit for lakes and rivers within the state’s ceded territory.
Governor Scott Walker today announced a $365,833 project to do planning and design for the construction of a parallel taxiway to Runway 14/32 at Richard I Bong Airport.
Authorities Release Suspect's Identity in Trooper's Killing in WI
Authorities have now identified the man suspected of killing a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper in Fond du Lac.
The Department of Public Safety wants to warn Minnesotans about the dangers of a drug called marijuana wax.
Chancellor: Program Will Help Manage Anticipated Budget Cuts
The University of Wisconsin-Superior has a new tool that school officials said will help manage millions in budget cuts.
A new study could shed some light on a protein that may be the main culprit behind Alzheimer’s disease.
A successful folk school in Grand Marais is the focal point of discussion in Ely.
A key supporter of an organic dairy farmer facing legal battles with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture speaks out.
Man Rescued from Corn Bin
At approximately 1 p.m. Monday Washburn County Dispatch was notified of a man trapped in a corn bin at the Frey Farm on Frey Road Township of Sarona.
A passenger jet carrying 150 people crashed Tuesday in the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, authorities said.
Bill Would Allow Off-Duty Officers to Carry Guns in WI Schools
A proposal that would allow off-duty and retired police officers to carry guns in schools is finding support in the Wisconsin Legislature.
Vehicles Have Windows Shot Out in Duluth & Proctor
On 03/24/2015, Duluth Police have taken approximately 35 damage to property calls where vehicle windows were likely shot out by a pellet or BB type gun.
Superior Police Make Arrest After Standoff
The Superior Police Department Emergency Response Team was activated to respond to a house in the 4400 block of E 1st St for what ended up being a four hour standoff.
Duluth Councilor Won't Seek 3rd Term
Duluth city councilor Sharla Gardner announced late Monday night she will not be running for a third term.
Bentleyville Cleanup Rescheduled in Duluth
Due to the imminent snow Wednesday, organizers have rescheduled their cleanup efforts for Sunday, March 29th from 10 a.m – 2 p.m.
A house fire in Duluth has been ruled arson, according to fire officials.
Thousands of Dollars in Upgrades
For many small communities it’s the pulse of the town on weekends: the movie theater.
New research suggests a popular sugar substitute could lead to new treatments for some of the most common types of cancers.
Spooner Health System Upgrades
Great news for the rural healthcare system in Wisconsin.
Council Considers $50 Million for Recreation Projects
City leaders in Duluth are considering investing as much as $50 million in outdoor recreation projects in an effort to revitalize the city’s west side.
Pot Plants Seized in Duluth Township Bust
On March 19th 2015, Duluth Township Police executed a drug search warrant at 1564 Torgeson Road in Duluth Township.
Minnesota House and Senate Republicans want to tap the state’s budget surplus, reroute existing tax revenue and borrow toward a $7 billion upgrade goal for roads and bridges over the coming decade.
It’s time to talk about the minimum wage again.
For a third time a Northland church is taking their mission efforts to help others overseas.
The sweet sounds of music filled Clyde Iron Works Sunday.
Average National Price of Gallon of Gas Dropped 4 cents in Last 2 Weeks
The average national price of a regular gallon of gasoline has dropped 4 cents in the last two weeks to $2.50.
Poll Shows 68% of Minnesotans Say Performance Should Guide Teacher Layoffs
A new poll shows 68 percent of Minnesotans say a teacher’s performance, not his or her seniority, should be the deciding factor in making layoff decisions.
Companies Show Interest in Nation's First Unmanned Aircraft Business Park
The nation’s first unmanned aircraft business park is still several weeks away from the start of construction, but backers of the project say many companies are showing interest.
Sign of Spring in the Twin Ports
The first two U.S.-flag lakers are on schedule to depart the Port of Duluth-Superior on Monday, March 23, signaling the start of the 2015 commercial shipping season at this end of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway system.
Cruz to be First High-Profile Candidate to Formally Launch White House Bid
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz plans to announce Monday that he is running for president.
High-end fashion from across the globe made its way to the Twin Ports for a runway show at the DECC Saturday evening.
Forget about the typical United Way chili cook-offs. Carlton County went outside the box Saturday and hosted its first ever hot dish cook-off.
An area boy scout troop got an up-close look at the working of a local meat market as they made their own sausages.
A high-speed chase near Hibbing Saturday morning reached speeds of 122 miles-per-hour.
Heavy drinkers are turning to a new approach in their effort to manage the habit.
A federal judge has struck down a Wisconsin law requiring abortion providers to get hospital admitting privileges.
Fmr. Carlton Co. Employee Sentenced for Theft by Swindle
A former Carlton County employee has her sentence for stealing more than one million dollars from her bosses.