WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. Al Franken is blaming the recent spike in Minnesota gas prices in part on the Department of Energy’s decision to stop publishing refinery maintenance reports two years ago.
Fourth checked in but did no work in petition fraud probation, authorities say
FARGO – Three of the 15 people who pleaded guilty to petition fraud charges in Cass County last fall – all three of them former North Dakota State University football players – failed to complete the community service required by their probation agreements, authorities allege in court records.
FARGO - Firefighters battled a house fire here Tuesday night at 404 River Drive S.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A local advertising agency is suing two North Dakota natives for allegedly stealing one of its characters and turning it into a popular YouTube and Cartoon Network series, “The Annoying Orange.”RELATED CONTENT
Attorneys argue over notes about death row inmate Rodriguez
FARGO — Federal prosecutors in North Dakota say the refusal by defense attorneys to turn over notes in the case of death row inmate Alfonso Rodriguez Jr. is meant to prolong the appeal.
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. Richard Lee Haaland Jr., 46, was found dead in his north Fargo home April 16.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – Rosie Coleman lives in a small one-bedroom apartment that looks like it could double as Santa’s workshop.RELATED CONTENT
LOS ANGELES — Kellie Pickler came into the final “Dancing With the Stars” episode in second place but finished in first.RELATED CONTENT
FM’s Finest will take its finale to the streets this summer. The concert, sponsored by The Forum, music promoter Jade Presents and the Downtown Community Partnership, is set for 5-10 p.m. on June 14 on Second Avenue N. between Broadway and the alleyway.
FARGO - A Minnesota legislation, which was passed Sunday, will make it so Minnesota high school coaches cannot be fire based solely off of complaints of parents. Governor Mark Dayton will sign it Wednesday.
FARGO – Brittany Page and Leslie Brost were second-grade students in Watertown, S.D., with a gym teacher named Ryun Godfrey. He’s still teaching them, only now Page and Brost are seniors on the North Dakota State track and field team.RELATED CONTENT