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BISMARCK – Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem drew mixed reactions Thursday to his much-anticipated list of “extraordinary places” in North Dakota and an accompanying set of proposed rules designed to minimize the impacts
FARGO – The Fargo man who ran over a city police officer here last month, and then was caught on tape telling his girlfriend in a jail phone call that he should have killed the man, was sentenced Thursday to 12 years.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – It was an experiment born from the ecumenical movement of the 1970s, a time when Christian denominations placed a focus on shared values as opposed to their differences.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - A two-star general who oversaw the U.S. arsenal of intercontinental missiles was fired for allegedly drinking and carousing with women while leading a government delegation to Russia for talks on nuclear security, an inspector general report showed.
FARGO – A man suspected of shoplifting at a Hornbacher’s grocery store pulled a knife on a security officer Wednesday afternoon, according to police.RELATED CONTENT
DULUTH — Authorities say they seized more than $750,000 in cash Wednesday from the Superior, Wis., home of Jim Carlson, the man convicted of selling synthetic drugs from his store in Duluth.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL – Gov. Mark Dayton has been more involved in the state’s controversial health insurance marketplace than was publicly known, and he said that technically he is responsible for the new agency’s problems.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — U.S. Judge Ralph Erickson told lawyers from both sides of the last-stage death sentence appeal by Alfonso Rodriguez Jr. he would like them to "narrow" the number of issues to consider, if possible.RELATED CONTENT
BOSTON - Target Corp said hackers have stolen data from up to 40 million credit and debit cards of shoppers who visited its stores during the first three weeks of the holiday season in the second-largest such breach reported by a U.S. retailer.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – About 18,000 miles of pipelines in North Dakota that previously had no oversight will now be regulated under rules approved Thursday by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.
FARGO – Officials have put a $125,000 price tag on the damage caused Tuesday night when a small fire triggered the sprinkler system in the Fargo High Rise.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – City officials are honing in on a price and a size for the proposed new City Hall, but the lead architect is cautioning that design work could take longer than anticipated.
FARGO – North Dakota State University will honor its latest graduates during a winter commencement ceremony that starts at 4 p.m. Friday in the Bison Sports Arena.
SANTA FE, N.M. - The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled on Thursday to allow same-sex marriage across the state, ending legal ambiguity that had produced a patchwork arrangement in which some counties permitted gay nuptials while others prohibited them.
Fargo - It was another routine-looking drill in football practice when Jeremy Gordon heard the pop in his knee. There are normally two words associated with that sound: Season. Ending.RELATED CONTENT
The Forum Communications sports team of Eric Peterson, Kevin Schnepf, Jeff Kolpack and Dom Izzo will be covering the New Hampshire at North Dakota State FCS semifinal football game Friday.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS – The University of North Dakota football team was delivered a major blow Wednesday as two of the program’s top players decided to transfer.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS – The candidate pool for the University of North Dakota head football coaching job has been narrowed to two, and the finalists happen to work in the same building.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Nothing beats fresh homemade eggnog, but at least one organic variety comes in a close second.
“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson has been suspended from the A&E reality series, following anti-gay remarks he made in an interview with GQ magazine.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - At a farm equipment auction in early December, Emily Gustafson’s six-month baby bump prompted a stranger to ask her if she was “bred.” The 31-year-old uncomfortably replied, “Yes,” and the man remarked that she looked like it, and then walked away. After the awkward exchange, Gustafson felt uneasy.
Ban on traditional 40- and 60-watt light bulbs takes effect Jan. 1, but retailers can sell them until their supply runs out
FARGO – Consumers will not be left in the dark by a Jan. 1 ban on the production of traditional 40- and 60-watt light bulbs.
The Forum is looking to visit a small town within 60 miles of the Fargo-Moorhead area to showcase in a photo story what makes your town unique.