MINNEAPOLIS, MInn. - The U.S. Marshals Service has added a self-professed minister accused of sexually abusing young girls in rural Minnesota to its 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list.
Nearly 5,000 people worldwide have died in the latest outbreak of Ebola.
President Obama has picked his administration's Ebola response coordinator as concern rises over the potential spread from planes to cruise ships.
SUPERIOR - After more than a year of training, nearly 100 soldiers from Wisconsin will be deployed to Afghanistan.
DULUTH - A tool designed to fight domestic violence is gaining more international recognition.
In Oklahoma City, a sick man who claimed his landlord had been to West Africa was rushed to the isolation unit at a hospital.
DULUTH - Students at Lincoln Park Middle School took advantage of the
fall day and participated in their 2nd Annual Walk to School day Wednesday.
The head of the CDC on Tuesday pointed to progress in the fight against Ebola.
PITTSBURGH - United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) today announced three key strategic actions that support its transformation: the decision by U. S. Steel to not proceed with an expansion at its iron ore pellet operations in Keewatin, Minn.; the decision by U. S. Steel to forgo further development and construction of the carbon alloy facilities at Gary Works in Gary, Ind.; and the unanimous decision by the board of directors of its Canadian subsidiary, U. S. Steel Canada Inc., to apply for relief for U. S. Steel Canada, Inc. from its creditors pursuant to Canada's Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA).
INVER GROVE HEIGHTS - It was a happy day for family members of the 140 soldiers in the Minnesota National Guard's Chisholm–based 114th Transportation Company.