FARGO – Initial autopsy results showed a suspect in a Moorhead rape who died unexpectedly in his home here two weeks before his trial died from an accidental drug overdose, police said on Tuesday.
FARGO – A Cass County judge’s ruling has raised questions about other area drug cases after he threw out evidence collected at the home of an alleged drug dealer because police used a drug dog to sniff outside his apartment without a warrant.
Fargo - A smartphone app for sending photos that disappear within seconds is causing concern for area police who work in schools.
FARGO – And they say bringing dessert to a party without checking with the host is a faux pas. A woman is facing felony drug charges after agreeing to work as a confidential informant with the Cass County Drug Task Force, then allegedly bringing her own drugs to the controlled buy they arranged.
FARGO – Police are reviewing surveillance video from outside the city’s only strip club after a man there died after being shoved to the ground by an employee of the club, according to court records.
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FARGO – When Mindy Obrigewitch’s family heard Tuesday that film star Angelina Jolie disclosed she had her breasts removed due to a steep hereditary risk for breast cancer, they posted furiously on the Facebook page of the Fargo woman.
FARGO – A Long Prairie, Minn., semi driver will serve about two months in jail after pleading guilty Monday to misdemeanor aggravated reckless driving in a June crash in which he hit a motorcycle, killing its 29-year-old driver.
MOORHEAD – The father of a Moorhead man who died after rushing to help a 12-year-old boy burned in a backyard grill explosion here in 2010 has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the badly burned boy and his parents.
FARGO – Police here are investigating the death of a man who died this week after hitting his head in a scuffle with an employee at a strip club last month.
FARGO – Two North Dakota men with bladder cancer are suing a Japanese drug manufacturer in Fargo federal court because they say the company failed to warn them that bladder cancer was a risk in taking Actos, its diabetes drug.