Duluth beer makers say the area's water boosts products

Duluth beer makers have long said that the quality of Minnesota's water helps boost the quality of their products
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Illinois regulators revoke license of Lincoln Towing Service

Illinois regulators have stripped Lincoln Towing Service of its license to operate
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Fired damages vehicles at Lincoln campus parking garage

Authorities say at least 30 vehicles were damaged by a fire inside a University of Nebraska-Lincoln parking garage
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Senior home workers accused of stealing from resident

Several workers at a Chicago seniors' home are accused of stealing more than $600,000 from a 97-year-old resident suffering from dementia
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Several injured when SUV careens off Chicago overpass

Police say at least six people were injured when an SUV with a suspected intoxicated driver careened off an overpass on Chicago's Lake Shore Drive and landed in
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Defendant in Duluth homicide case enters plea

The second defendant in a Duluth homicide case has pleaded not guilty
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AP Was There: Protesters fight Chicago police, guardsmen

AP Was There: Anti-war protesters fight Chicago police, guardsmen during 1968 Democratic National Convention
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School business administrator resigns after theft charge

A New Jersey school administrator stands accused of stealing nearly $15,000 from a district where she once worked
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Michigan family remembers 3 killed in house fire

A Michigan family is mourning the loss of a 4-year-old boy and two women who were killed in a house fire southwest of Detroit
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Illinois police seek slaying tips from DNA-inspired images

A northern Illinois sheriff's office has released DNA-inspired images of the possible appearance for the man who killed an 85-year-old woman and her son two yea
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Boy, 2 women and 4 dogs killed in Detroit-area house fire

A 4-year-old boy and two women have been killed in a house fire southwest of Detroit
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Locals recall the fun, frustration of old segregated beaches

Reginald Robinson went to a talk about Hampton's Buckroe Beach in 2013 and he left hot - it had nothing to do with the summer heat
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Friday's Scores TEST

Friday's Scores TEST
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REI to open new, 2-story store along banks of Chicago River

Outdoor retailer REI plans to open a new 40,000-square-foot store along the Chicago River that will offer kayak and paddleboard rentals, giving customers direct
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BC-IL--Riverfront REI-Chicago, IL

BC-IL--Riverfront REI-Chicago, IL
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Another court nixes Trump push to cut 'sanctuary city' funds

A federal judge says the Trump administration can't withhold over $29 million in law enforcement money from six states and New York City in a clash over their i
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US Marshal killed outside Tucson house, suspect detained

US Marshal serving a felony arrest warrant shot and killed outside Tucson house
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Lawsuit against fraternity after student's death settled

The family of a Northern Illinois University student who died while enduring a fraternity hazing has reached a $14 million settlement of their lawsuit
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Tons of radioactive waste leave Oklahoma for Utah mill

More than 10,000 tons of radioactive waste that had been in northeastern Oklahoma is now in Utah
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Unbeaten Michigan playing with an edge with Purdue up next

Less than two years after a Big Ten opponent called Michigan a 'white-collar' team, the Wolverines have emphatically shed that label
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Not president, not yet a senator: Romney is starting over

Not president, not yet Utah senator: Romney learns Washington in the rarefied Senate
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After a miss last season, Stanford volleyball chases title

Every practice, Kevin Hambly writes out his Stanford volleyball starting lineup on the white board _ just so there's no question, even though the women usually
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Report: Search warrants served at Chicago alderman's office

A published report says federal agents executed search warrants at the City Hall office of a powerful Chicago alderman
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Illinois governor puts pressure on Airbnb West Bank decision

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner wants to pressure Airbnb into reversing its decision barring lodging listings in the disputed West Bank
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