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The Fargo Police Department is still looking for two masked men who robbed a Casey's General Store in north Fargo early this morning. [Read More]
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Neighbors in the Arbor Courts Apartments in the Osgood area say they have seen a suspicious person peeping in apartments. [Read More]
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After months of failed negotiations, the Fargo School Board voted to issue contracts to teachers for the 2017-2018 school year. [Read More]
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The superintendent of a rural Cass County school district has been charged with DUI. [Read More]
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If you haven't purchased passes yet for the 2017 Fall golf season, there is still time to get on the green. [Read More]
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Authorities are still investigating after a nearly four hour standoff between Grand Forks Police and an armed man led to suicide. [Read More]
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A North Dakota man is hurt and another person is dead after a motorcycle crash in Idaho. [Read More]
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Two people have confirmed cases of variant influenza after having contact with pigs at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot. [Read More]
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The saber-rattling between the North Korean leader and the United States may have rattled political nerves around the world, but does it shake the stock... [Read More]
Gas prices are bouncing up and down these days, but one thing remains the same: you have to make that morning commute every weekday. Now,... [Read More]
North Dakota State football will have five captains for the 2017 season. Quarterback Easton Stick, defensive tackle Nate Tanguay, linebacker Nick DeLuca and safety Tre... [Read More]
The chaos and uproar that sprung from the rally in Charlottesville is spreading throughout the country. [Read More]
After 22 seasons, Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks manager Doug Siminec was let go. [Read More]
In his first year as head coach of Fargo South in 2010, Troy Mattern led the Bruins to a State Title. In the offseason, Mattern... [Read More]
The president's initial failure on Saturday to denounce white supremacist groups by name prompted criticism by members of both parties. [Read More]
Senator Hoeven made a stop in West Fargo this afternoon to honor our postal service workers. [Read More]
Nearly 150 people turned out for the 2nd Annual Children's Miracle Golf Outing, hosted by RE/MAX and Designer Homes. [Read More]
The priest of a Wyndmere parish, who is currently on administrative leave,received training on boundaries. [Read More]
Two state legislators are speaking out against a library for putting LGBT books on public display. [Read More]
The summer is almost over but some of our furry friends are taking advantage of beautiful weather. [Read More]
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