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ND man's conviction comes 20 years after DUI arrest
8 min 35 sec ago
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Minn. man appears in court after Beltrami County boating death
39 min 39 sec ago
An American Airlines aircraft is on the ramp at Dallas-Ft Worth International Airport February 14, 2013.
American adds limited-time Dallas-Fort Worth flights from Fargo
7 hours 29 min ago
ND county recorder refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses
30 min 57 sec ago
Rescue crews searching for boy in Boundary Waters
44 min 13 sec ago
University of North Dakota women’s hockey player Lisa Marvin skated on Sunday for the first time since being hit by a car in November. Special to The Forum
Marvin clears major hurdle by returning to the ice
2 hours 13 min ago
Minn. emergency managers want more railroad communications
11 min 37 sec ago
Flyer that went out to Roosevelt neighborhood residents.
Fargo city leaders to discuss crime with Roosevelt neighborhood residents
4 hours 12 min ago
Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Ryan Smith (#2) makes an epic reception while Toronto Argonauts defensive back Matt Black (#39) covers him during a game held at Mosaic Stadium in Regina on Sunday July 5, 2015. (Michael Bell/Regina Leader-Post)play button
Smith moves into Saskatchewan starting lineup, makes immediate impact
18 hours 33 min ago
There's no traffic on Broadway in downtown Fargo in the middle of the night. Photo by W. Scott Olsen / Special to The Forum
While we sleep: A look at Fargo-Moorhead after dark
16 hours 2 min ago
Areavoices: Technology ramps up parking changes in downtown Fargo
5 hours 15 min ago
Vandals caused extensive damage to the Heritage Garden at Woodlawn Park in Moorhead by tearing out plants and breaking the light fixtures. The Butterfly garden at Robert Asp Elementary was also heavily damaged over the weekend. David Samson / The Forum
Vandals heavily damage garden at Moorhead park
July 6, 2015 - 10:02pm
Former Vikings QB nabbed again on DUI charges
7 hours 58 min ago
The Woodrow Wilson school building in Fargo, built in 1917. Dave Olson / The Forum
Kilbourne Group proposes $14 million project west of downtown Fargo
July 6, 2015 - 7:49pm
Shane Ulven, left, and Nate Haugen are the minds behind "Project Wildness," the project through which the two men travel the country to indiscriminately give both their own and donated money to strangers they meet while traveling. Ulven and Haugen convened at Junkyard Brewing Company in Moorhead on June 16 to plan for the next trip. Nick Wagner / The Forum
Wild idea: Hawley men travel 7,000 miles to spread kindness
20 hours 45 min ago