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Deputy’s wife suing Clay County for K-9 attack on child
6 hours 19 min ago
Jennifer Houle. Courtesy of Minneapolis Police Department
Video shows missing U of M student going into river
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Ray Erick Littlewolf Jr.
Suspect in Viking, Minn., murder waives extradition to Minn.
5 hours 30 min ago
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Paul Zans, left, substitute teaches during a French class at Fargo North High School on Friday, March 13, 2015. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Robust economy, lots of hiring, thin substitute teacher ranks in region
23 hours 3 min ago
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Horror flick with Fargo ties creeps into box-office top five
21 hours 24 min ago
Star Watch: Who is the new host of The Daily Show?
7 hours 33 min ago
Emily Williams-Wheeler is known for vibrant colors in her paintings. Forum file photo
Making a Scene: Williams-Wheeler creating a buzz with beeswax art
13 hours 5 min ago
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FC Fargo tryouts. Paul Flessland / Special to The Forum
Twin Cities man plans to develop Fargo semi-pro soccer team, sets 11 games this summer
March 29, 2015 - 6:00pm
Framed photograph of Jenny Bradow, who was killed in a DUI crash.
'It'll never stop, but you can try': Mom of woman killed in DUI crash working for change
22 hours 6 min ago
North Dakota State linebacker Pierre Gee-Tucker runs through drills during the Bison’s first spring football practice on Sunday at Dacotah Field. Gee-Tucker, a junior, could be part of a rotation at the position until the team finds the best fit, according to head coach Chris Klieman.

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With key departures, Bison defense looking to stable of talent as spring drills begin
22 hours 49 min ago
AgweekTV: 53rd Annual International Sugarbeet Institute at the Fargodome
12 hours 14 min ago
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St. Paul pizza shop was front for pot dealing, police say
23 hours 23 min ago
Slope County auditor Lorrie Buzalsky works in her office inside the county
North Dakota says goodbye to last wooden courthouse
20 hours 42 min ago
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota board members and staff tour the current Vasa Children’s Home located across from the Anderson Center in Red Wing. The facility used to house more than 50 children with developmental disabilities before being decertified in 2013. It is now home to four children in a foster care program.
At 150 years old, Lutheran Social Service celebrates roots
20 hours 37 min ago
Letter: 'Newcomers' not welcome in city?
5 hours 46 min ago
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