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Robin Huebner Reports: Remnants of Fargo's 'frontier college' can still be found nearly 100 years after it closed

FARGO – An institute of higher learning that few know existed once stood atop the hill just south of Fargo’s Island Park. The last building left on the Fargo College campus – a Carnegie library – was torn down 50 years ago. But remnants of the school can still be found in the Fargo-Moorhead area, nearly 100 years after it closed.

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Robin Huebner Reports: 'It was life or death': Confessions of an 'everyday alcoholic'

FARGO - Kevin Michael Formo wears his battle with alcoholism on his sleeve and, sometimes, on a cardboard sign waved at passing cars.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Two-time parents of stillborn babies recall tragic journey PressPass

MOORHEAD - The month of April will always be a difficult one for Jason and Tandy Pratt. It’s the month in which they lost two babies – one in 2008, the other in 2011.

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Campaign hopes to stop Shaken Baby Syndrome

A new program here is aiming to prevent the most common, yet difficult to pinpoint, form of physical abuse inflicted on babies and children. The challenge in getting the message out, however, is determining to whom it should be targeted.

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Fargo clinic far away from buffer-zone legal fray PressPass

FARGO – The U.S. Supreme Court is weighing for the first time in 14 years the legality of protest buffer zones around abortion clinics, with a decision expected on a pending case by this June.

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F-M businesses cater to ND's wealthy

FARGO - Some businesses that cater to the wealthy are feeling a flush of success, thanks in part to North Dakota’s new millionaires. A recent report found North Dakota has one of the fastest growing rates of millionaires in the U.S., largely due to oil production and a continued strong farm economy.

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Family outraged by ruling sparing execution of man who killed brother of Kathleen Wrigley PressPass

BISMARCK – Former Fargo resident Kathleen Wrigley and her parents are outraged a judge has ruled her brother’s killer will not be executed because he is mentally disabled.

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Fargo, Moorhead unveil app to get quicker help for sudden cardiac arrest victims

FARGO – A new local smartphone app may help save lives by turning more people into rescuers.

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F-M overflow shelters provide a warm place on a cold night PressPass

FARGO - Every single night during cold winter months, while many of us are settling into our homes for the evening, a local church opens its doors to provide a warm place to sleep for those who need it.

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West Fargo man captures close encounter with a hawk near Rollag PressPass

ROLLAG, Minn. – A West Fargo man working on the roof of a home under construction near here Wednesday documented in photos his close encounter with a hawk.

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Robin Huebner reports: A world with music no one else can hear

Hymns are constant companion for Don’s Car Washes founder. Most of them he’s known since childhood from spending Sundays in church, while a few are songs he’s never heard before. But the 84-year-old Fargo man is the only one who hears them. Singing voices and words even go along with the music.

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‘Big heads’ make big statement at local high schools, colleges PressPass

If you’ve seen some college or high school sporting events lately, it’s hard not to notice those larger-than-life cutouts of athletes’ faces bobbing up and down in the stands.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Donations sought for Fargo priest’s mission after flood in Peru PressPass

FARGO – As the valley prepares for spring flooding, an impoverished parish half a world away – led by a North Dakota priest – is dealing with water trouble of its own.

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