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Fargo woman arrested in multiple DUI crashes
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Minnesota DNR asks to participate in lawsuit challenging F-M diversion project
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8 Minnesota counties declared disaster areas, with more expected
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North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler
ND school superintendent wants to replicate Montana 'Indian Education for All' program
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ND legislative committee favors tuition freeze only for two-year colleges
13 hours 48 min ago
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton
Dayton asks for earlier release of MNsure policy rates
14 hours 5 min ago
Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk
Fargo power outages concern PSC; regulatory agency sets Aug. 8 hearing on Xcel electric failures
14 hours 31 min ago
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U.S. House candidate George Sinner announces his "No Work, No Pay" initiative Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in Fargo, N.D., to cut pay to Congress members for unexcused missed votes and during a government shutdown. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Sinner floats 'no work, no play' initiative for Congress
13 hours 57 min ago
Consultant, stakeholders group urge ND Legislature to pursue changes in behavioral health services
13 hours 28 min ago
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura
Jesse Ventura defamation case goes to jury
13 hours 32 min ago
Globe University misled students about job prospects, lawsuit says
13 hours 45 min ago
Missing Wyoming man found alive in western ND
15 hours 8 min ago
Report of zebra mussel on Green Lake investigated
14 hours 27 min ago
Chad Eric Pickering
17-year-old girl shot near Bemidji; man in custody
15 hours 15 min ago
NJ man guilty of murdering 'messy' ex-wife found wearing pig mask
11 min 30 sec ago

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