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Trump names Mulvaney acting chief of staff

President Donald Trump is announcing that budget director Mick Mulvaney will be his next chief of staff.

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SLIDESHOW: Decision 2018 voters

Voters are out in full force on this Election Day, and we want to see what lines are looking like, as well as your stickers!

Karin Housley

Karin Housley is running for one of Minnesota’s U.S. Senate seats. 

Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar is running for one of Minnesota’s U.S. Senate seats. 

Sean Duffy

Sean Duffy is running for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District seat. 

Tammy Baldwin

Tammy Baldwin is running for one of Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate seats.  Follow the links to find out where she stands on: 

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Weekend is looking warm!

Weekend is looking warm!

SATURDAY: We’re in for a big warm up on Saturday. Southern flow increases to 10-20mph so it will be a

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Ice safety will be important as we expect mild temperatures! Here are some tips

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Marcia Hales’ “Holiday Spirit in the Lights” lights up for another year

DULUTH–A special holiday display in Duluth’s Park Point neighborhood is back for another year. The lights at Marcia Hales’ “Holiday

ESPN Report: Serious health violations in MN’s pro sports stadiums

While a couple of Wisconsin's stadiums scored big, a new report finds Minnesota's professional sports venues didn't exactly hit a

Three arrested on drug related charges in Sawyer County

Three people are in custody following a search at a home in Stone Lake, Wisconsin.

Possible change of reporting sexual or gender-based violence causes student sit-in

Saint Scholastica students staged a sit-in in front of the their president's office Friday morning, sending a message of disapproval