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Troopers arrest 18 in Cass County for DUI
3 hours 14 min ago
David Griffin
Red River Valley Fair vendor employee arrested for terrorizing
2 hours 31 min ago
Teenager airlifted after rollover near Lisbon, ND
4 hours 23 min ago
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Should North Dakota make its DUI laws even tougher?
Joshua Sherman
Moorhead man arrested for DUI in I-29 crash
4 hours 30 min ago
Officials ID Detroit Lakes woman found dead Saturday
5 hours 58 min ago
Becker County sets priorities in fight against zebra mussels
16 hours 13 min ago
Fargo CBS affiliate to move to new channel; official says most customers won't see difference
22 hours 42 min ago
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A long line of people looking to purchase synthetic drugs queues up in front of the Last Place on Earth head shop in downtown Duluth in this Sept. 15, 2011, file photo.
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Duluth marks year without hub of synthetic drug activity
22 hours 34 min ago
Maggie Killian, left, portrays a school bully picking on Stephen Ferrell, as the student, during a presentation for fourth- and fifth-graders in 2005 at Carl Ben Eielson Elementary School in Fargo. North Dakota passed a law in 2011 requiring all school districts in the state to have a plan addressing bullying in place by July 2012. Forum file photo
Anti-bullying bill yet to turn corner in ND
21 hours 52 min ago
Walsh County officials hope to use excess power from an underused power plant at the Life Skills and Transition Center to energize a proposed, privately developed hydroponic greenhouse in Grafton. From left, Julie Campbell of the Walsh County Job Development Authority; Dawn Keeley, executive director of the Red River Regional Council; and Sen. Tom Campbell discuss the plan.
Eric Hylden / Forum News Service
Grafton mulls a 5-acre greenhouse
22 hours 41 min ago
One injured in Polk County rollover
22 hours 33 min ago
Steven Rosenstone
MnSCU change expert's $2M contract raises questions
21 hours 45 min ago
Ricki LaMorie of Hayward, Wis., smokes a cigarette outside her grandmother Margie LaMorie’s home in Minneapolis during a visit. LaMorie said she knows that smoking is bad for her health and tries not to do it often. Photo by Jennifer Simonson / MPR News
Cancer hits Minn.'s American Indian population hard
21 hours 39 min ago
A two-insurance-card system might be the answer
22 hours 45 min ago
Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Festival was held in June. Thirty miles of biking trails challenge local and visiting mountain bike enthusiasts.
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Mining, mountain biking come head to head on Cuyuna Range
22 hours 37 min ago

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