Evers sets date for Wisconsin’s 7th District special election

Evers opted against setting the general election on April 7, the same day as a state Supreme Court election.

Hearing puts spotlight on troubled Minnesota state agency

The chair of a Minnesota Senate committee that oversees the Department of Human Services has told the agency’s acting head it needs to figure out how to repay the federal government for $25 million in apparent overpayments

Gov. Walz meets with PolyMet, Glencore

ST. PAUL, MN —  Minnesota Governor Tim Walz met with representatives from PolyMet and Glencore Thursday. The meeting was closed to the press but in

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Rain showers, gusty winds to pick back up; wintry mix showers possible Tuesday night

Rain showers, gusty winds to pick back up; wintry mix showers possible Tuesday night

We'll see the backside of this potent low pressure today, so the rain showers and winds will pick back up.

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William A. Irvin clears Minnesota Slip

DULUTH, MN - The William A. Irvin cleared the Minnesota Slip around 12:30 a.m. Saturday morning, two and a half

The Latest: Fox anchor calls Ford testimony GOP `disaster’

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has gaveled into session Thursday's dramatic hearing with Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee

Duluth Emergency Crews work to combat storm effects

High water levels and flooding caused Park Point to close to all traffic Monday from 6-7 p.m.

Aerial Lift Bridge reopen to traffic

City officials made this decision with the amount of standing water that is on either side of the bridge.

Aquarium workers prep for potential flooding

Aquarium Executive Director Jay Walker said they've had plenty of practice over the last few years.