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Federal regulators on Thursday said they've identified "the perpetrator of one of the largest ... illegal robocalling campaigns" they have ever investigated.

  • By DAN KRAKER / Minnesota Public Radio

Cloquet's history in the wood and timber industries runs deep. Just ask Marshall Johnson, the 72-year old mayor of Scanlon, a tiny town right next to Cloquet. He worked in the industry for 47 years. 

  • By DAN KRAKER / Minnesota Public Radio

Cruising upstream in Rob Maas' fishing boat, it's nearly impossible to see the St. Louis River's long history of industrial pollution.

  • By TIM PUGMIRE / Minnesota Public Radio

When Gov. Mark Dayton used his line-item veto authority to cut funding for the House and Senate for the next two years, he cited a number of issues he wanted the Legislature to revisit.

  • By DAN KRAKER / Minnesota Public Radio

Dozens of supporters and opponents of a plan to replace a deteriorating 60-year old line that carries crude oil across northern Minnesota turned out Tuesday for the first public meetings on the proposal.

  • By MARTIN MOYLAN / Minnesota Public Radio

Best Buy says a California-based privacy rights group is mistaken in suspecting there's any investigative relationship between the FBI and the retailer.

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