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The North Dakota State University baseball team kept its 2017 season alive and reached 30 wins for the fifth time in program history with an... [Read More]
Singer-songwriters from Alabama are honoring Jason Moszer and other fallen officers with a song called "Water Tower". [Read More]
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Double—murder suspect Ashley Hunter was back in court as jurors heard a key piece of evidence, a confession on videotape. [Read More]
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The Fargo Public Library's Summer Reading Program is kicking off with the help of a familiar face. [Read More]
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A Grand Forks man is dead after a head-on crash west of Detroit Lakes Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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Double—murder suspect Ashley Hunter was back in court as jurors heard a key piece of evidence: a confession on videotape. [Read More]
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The North Dakota Special Olympics Summer Games are just a few weeks away. [Read More]
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The feeling of joy and warmth is coming to thousands of local kids thanks to the Teddy Bear Posse. [Read More]
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Boy Scouts and troop leaders from the area are putting up flags for our veterans. [Read More]
An Alabama band has traveled to the metro to perform for and honor the families of fallen officers. [Read More]
Two people were taken to jail in Moorhead for a theft valued at $80,000. [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Fiscal Year 2017 work plan includes $20 million for permanent flood protection. [Read More]
There is some good news for drivers along the 32nd Avenue South project in Fargo. [Read More]
Minnesota Legislative leaders have released a bill to borrow more than $1 billion for public construction projects. [Read More]
A chase that started in Wilkin County ended near Titan Machinery in Moorhead. [Read More]
Twenty-one people have been indicted in what authorities call a sophisticated sex trafficking ring. [Read More]
Memorial Day through Labor Day marks the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads. [Read More]
A woman is charged with DUI after crashing her vehicle into a tree. [Read More]
The Park Rapids Police Department is investigating after a report of possible explosives were left at a store. [Read More]
The Park Rapids Police Department is investigating after a report of possible explosives were left at a store. [Read More]
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