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Man charged in grisly cabbie attack has history of biting, wife tells police
2 hours 24 min ago
Pregnant Fargo woman accused of stabbing boyfriend in drunken fight
5 hours 9 min ago
Woman injured after car drives through Ferguson protest in Minneapolis
5 hours 26 min ago
Man pleads guilty in strangulation death of Park Rapids woman
4 hours 45 min ago
Minnesota AG accuses Savers of deceiving donors
4 hours 24 min ago
Proposed Devils Lake refinery would produce 20,000 barrels of fuel per day
4 hours 27 min ago
Thanksgiving closings in F-M
4 hours 32 min ago
ND hires consultant for $350,000 study on improving response to oil spills, derailments
4 hours 37 min ago
‘Suspicious death’ on ND reservation probed
4 hours 43 min ago
ND regulators blast proposed EPA rule for coal plants
4 hours 22 min ago
Lawyers seek change of venue for trial in Minn. police officer slaying
4 hours 46 min ago
Dustings of snow may bookend travel plans in area
20 hours 15 min ago
Concordia’s Aaron Zimmer works his way between Minnesota State Moorhead’s Isaac Sevlie and Aaron Lien during a men’s basketball game Tuesday at Memorial Auditorium in Moorhead. At far left is Concordia’s Isaac Anderson. Dave Wallis / The Forum
Dragons cruise to victory against Cobbers
17 hours 10 min ago
The Forum seeks new members for its Readers Board
5 hours 1 min ago
A two-mile Canadian Pacific train loaded with oil tank cars idles on a track in Enderlin, N.D., Nov. 14. A new city resolution forbids idling, which cuts the town in half, longer than 10 minutes, prompting a federal lawsuit from the railroad. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder
Why Enderlin, N.D., is taking on big rail
November 25, 2014 - 9:57am


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