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Deputy’s wife suing Clay County for K-9 attack on child
22 min 56 sec ago
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
17 hours 6 min ago
Video shows missing U of M student going into river
12 min 4 sec ago
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Horror flick with Fargo ties creeps into box-office top five
15 hours 27 min ago
The Nestor Bar, 1001 NP Avenue, Fargo.
Moorhead man died after being found outside Fargo bar
2 hours 14 min ago
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
18 hours 17 min ago
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
16 hours 9 min ago
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Jennifer Houle. Courtesy of Minneapolis Police Department
Search continues for missing Minneapolis student
13 hours 41 min ago
Bill intends to cut wait times for sexual assault exams
17 hours 17 min ago
Kathy Spielman is a community service officer for the Fargo Police Department. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Community service officers in demand, but sworn officers are still the emphasis
18 hours 16 min ago
Man claims attack by multiple assailants outside Grand Forks bar
19 hours 32 min ago
The highly pathogenic avian influenza has struck a third commercial turkey flock in Minnesota, this time in Stearns County. The county is the state’s second highest producer of poultry behind Kandiyohi County. Submitted photo
Bird flu strikes Minn. turkey flock
18 hours 27 min ago
Slope County auditor Lorrie Buzalsky works in her office inside the county
North Dakota says goodbye to last wooden courthouse
14 hours 45 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
14 hours 40 min ago
One dead, one hurt as two men try to ram U.S. spy agency gates
35 min 22 sec ago
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