Wis. Man, 60, Dies After Vehicle Crashes In Superior, Falls 35 Feet From ViaductSuperior Police say a 60-year-old rural Superior man is dead after driving a vehicle over the side of the Belknap Street and U.S. Highway 2 viaduct.
Investigators: Hole In Valve Caused Superior Refinery ExplosionA hole in a valve is likely the source of an explosion at the Husky Energy Refinery in Superior, Wisconsin last spring.
State Agents Investigate Police Shooting In SuperiorState agents are investigating a shooting by police in Superior.
OSHA Fines Wisconsin Company After Refinery ExplosionFederal officials have fined a northwest Wisconsin refining company more than $83,000 for safety violations related to an explosion that injured dozens of people and led to an evacuation.
Wis. Refinery Fire Caused By Blast Debris Hitting Tank, Agency SaysA federal agency says a massive refinery fire that forced the temporary evacuation of homes in the coastal Wisconsin city of Superior in April was caused by an explosion that sent debris hurtling into an asphalt storage tank.
Superior Refinery, Site Of Explosion, To Reopen In 2020A Wisconsin refinery damaged by an explosion and fire earlier this year is not expected to resume operations until 2020.
Work Continues To Restore Husky Refinery 1 Month After ExplosionThe sign outside Husky showing how many days the plant has worked safely remains blank.
Investigation Ongoing In Husky Refinery ExplosionAn investigation shows the initial explosion happened in the refinery’s “Fluid Catalytic Cracking” unit, which mainly produces gas.
Mayors Ask Husky Refinery To End Use Of Dangerous ChemicalThe mayors of the Lake Superior twin port cities near last week's oil refinery explosion and fire are calling on its owners to stop using a dangerous chemical compound at the site.
Free Concert Held For Superior Refinery Explosion First RespondersAll first responders, Red Cross volunteers and employees of Husky Energy were admitted to the show free of charge.
Residents Return Home Following Refinery Explosion, FireAbout 40,000 residents are getting back to their homes after a refinery explosion and fire forced them to evacuate in northwestern Wisconsin Thursday.