MONDAY OUTLOOK: Downtown Duluth YMCA closed, Soo Line Railroad Bridge removal begins and Woodland Avenue construction project begins
As you head out the door Monday, here are a few things you should know happening in the region throughout the day:
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Minnesota’s two U.S. Senators took to Twitter with reaction to the Alabama abortion Bill on Thursday.
The Vice President spoke on the benefits of the new U.S. – Mexico – Canada Trade Agreement during a stop in Eau Claire on Thursday.
Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Eau Claire to promise the U.S.-Mexico trade agreement
President Trump spoke on Great Lakes funding at a Thursday rally in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Senate GOP leaders said at a news conference Thursday that their plan would spend $47.6 billion overall. That’s around $1.75 billion less than Democratic Gov. Tim Walz’s budget proposal.
Wisconsin appeals court sides with Republicans, reinstates lame-duck laws that weakened powers of Democratic governor.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Lisa Neubauer and Brian Hagedorn are meeting for a final debate one week ahead of the election.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill to require drivers to use hands-free devices when they want to use their cellphones on the road
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz will make two stops in the state on Monday to discuss health care, which includes Duluth.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation into Russian election interference and possible coordination with associates of President Donald Trump.
Gov. Tim Walz has announced tweaks to his budget proposal to reflect projected slower economic growth
Gov. Tim Walz is turning up the heat on lawmakers to try to prevent the state’s 2 percent tax on health care providers from expiring at the end of the year
Voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to elect a new state representative for the District 11B house seat.