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Woman accused of faking prescription claims doctor gives them out in exchange for marijuana
30 min 53 sec ago
Friday’s 78-degree high temp ties record set in 1989
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Six-month comprehensive F-M area workforce study kicks off Nov. 1
51 min 35 sec ago
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Cable median barriers installed along I-94 in Minnesota seen as potential lifesavers
54 min 10 sec ago
Teen driver in fatal crash wants license back but mother of boy killed strongly objects
57 min 41 sec ago
Moorhead looks at 11th Street underpass to ease train traffic delays
15 min 23 sec ago
F-M area health providers now screen for Ebola
1 hour 24 min ago
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Shane Waslaski, CEO and president of Intelligent InSites, holds tracking tags that make use of the company’s software, which helps hospitals quickly find people and equipment. The technology is being used at the Texas hospital that treated the first case of Ebola in the U.S. Dave Olson / The Forum
Fargo tech company's work may help contain Ebola
14 min 1 sec ago
Fire destroys garage, threatened house just south of Fargo
5 hours 12 min ago
Youth bicyclist struck, injured near West Fargo school
11 hours 55 min ago
An Air2 Powerline Helicopter Services team strings high-voltage lines Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, for the CapX2020 transmission project east of Fergus Falls, Minn. David Samson / The Forum
A high-wire act: Taking a ride installing power lines
October 23, 2014 - 10:08pm
Sen. Mac Schneider
ND Democrats accuse Republican senators of trying to slash oil tax
12 hours 48 min ago
Going for 32: Live blog from NDSU at South Dakota
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Letter: For us, measure is personal
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Letter: Backer embodies the right values
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