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KBJR 6 News at 6pm, Mon-Fri
KBJR 6 News at 10pm, Mon-Fri

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Ashland
22°
Hayward
22°
Superior
20°
Hibbing
International Falls
11°
Grand Marais
16°
Ironwood
Siren
20°
Solon Springs
18°
Munising
22°
Brainerd
13°
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15°
Aitkin
16°
Silver Bay
18°
Cloquet
19°
Cook
10°
Ely
12°
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Mora
Moose Lake
18°
Orr
10°
Two Harbors
18°
Hinckley
21°
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