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2 men injured in accident involving Moorhead school bus
1 hour 9 min ago
Anthony Lordson
Police: Man slips from cuffs, assaults Detroit Lakes officer
2 hours 6 min ago
Police investigating reported sexual assault at MSUM
1 hour 53 min ago
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Montana grandma gets 20 years for baby grandson's overdose death
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Brain health: What can you do to keep your thinker healthy?
19 hours 47 min ago
Thomas Staff Jr.
Suspect sought in theft of DNR pickup, ATV
2 hours 44 min ago
Fargo-area lawmakers offer post-mortem on session
33 min 15 sec ago
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Construction crews dug up about 100 feet on 35th Avenue North in Fargo to install sewer and water lines. City officials say it will be covered with asphalt in time for Saturday’s Fargo Marathon. Rob Beer / The Forum
Construction on 35th Avenue North won’t alter Saturday’s race
23 hours 36 min ago
SEC lawsuit alleges Ponzi scheme over North Dakota 'man camps'
3 hours 3 min ago
Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee speaks at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua, New Hampshire April 18, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
Republican Huckabee announces he will run for president in 2016
2 hours 40 min ago
Florida couple convicted of beach sex romp face 15-year prison terms
4 hours 52 min ago
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Young voters missed last week's special election
22 hours 48 min ago
One of three baby snow monkeys born in the past three weeks at the Minnesota Zoo. The infants, born April 17, April 20 and May 1, are each staying close to their moms but are beginning to venture out on their own. · Courtesy Minnesota Zoo
Minnesota Zoo welcomes 3 baby snow monkeys
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FBI and police investigators search the area around a car that was used the previous night by two gunmen, whose bodies lie covered by a tarpaulin, at the site of an exhibition in Garland, Texas May 4, 2015. Texas police shot dead two gunmen who opened fire on Sunday outside an exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad that was organized by a group described as anti-Islamic and billed as a free-speech event. REUTERS/Laura Buckman
Islamic State claims responsibility for cartoon exhibit attack in Texas
8 hours 2 min ago
N.D. Legislature looks ahead to studies as special session decision looms
35 min 51 sec ago
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