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A fisheries biologist with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources holds a Bighead carp caught in Lake Calumet in this photograph released to Reuters June 23, 2010. (Illinois Department of Natural Resources/Handout via REUTERS)
Invasive Asian carp found 9 miles from Lake Michigan
5 hours 25 min ago
Brule man faces charges after bar fight
16 hours 48 min ago
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Rain washes out Lakeview Classic
23 hours 43 min ago
Belknap closes for utility installations
June 23, 2017 - 8:21am
Newspapers still top choice for news
June 23, 2017 - 7:00am
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June 17, 2017 - 10:00am
 Brendan Dassey is pictured in this undated booking photo obtained by Reuters January 29, 2016. Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department/Handout via Reuters/File Photo
Appeals court overturns conviction of 'Making a Murderer' inmate
4 hours 54 min ago
Copp wins fourth career pure stock feature at AMSOIL Speedway
5 hours 12 min ago
A girl waves a wand at the Harry Potter trolley at Kings Cross Station, in London, Britain June 26. The first Harry Potter book, 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' was first published 20 years ago.  REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
At platform 9-3/4, Harry Potter fans mark 20 years of magic
5 hours 16 min ago
A bear mauled a cyclist in the Alaskan woods. His friend came to his rescue.
6 hours 1 min ago
Cold War-era sailor honored with flag-raising
6 hours 3 min ago
An electronic patients chart is shown on the wall to a hospital room at the newly constructed Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center hospital in San Diego, California April 17, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Republican healthcare bill imperiled with 22 million seen losing insurance
6 hours 43 min ago
Green Bay confident city can host successful NFL Draft
6 hours 46 min ago
Three CNN journalists resign after Russia-related article retracted
6 hours 48 min ago
Remember what Duffy did to health care
7 hours 28 min ago

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