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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for August 5, 2015

Good morning! Here are our top local headlines to get you started with your news day. If you'd like this handy service delivered directly in your inbox each weekday morning, ...
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Woman tried to kill ex with car outside Fargo store, police say

FARGO – A Moorhead woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after she allegedly tried to run over her ex-boyfriend with her car Sunday morning, June 24. Fargo police ...
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Watch: Bison Media Zone's 2018 Summer Video Series

Want to keep tabs on the Bison during the summer months? Follow along with our summer video series on the Bison Media Blog as we preview the upcoming 2018 season. ...
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MSCTC president to be honored with open house

MOORHEAD – Minnesota State Community and Technical College (MSCTC) President Peggy Kennedy will be honored with an open house to celebrate her retirement.
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A 35-year-old father was fatally shot while camping in a tent. His two young daughters were inside it with him.

Tristan Beaudette Family Fund / GoFundMe
CALABASAS, Calif.—The tragic, sudden death of 35-year-old Tristan Beaudette has left investigators with a lot of questions. And so far—as of Sunday, June 24—very few answers.
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Duluth Toppers ad sets off legal battle with Domino's

Duluth's Toppers Pizza was the first franchise to run a new ad campaign that featured Domino's Pizza. That ad set off a legal dispute between the two pizza companies. Adelle Whitefoot / awhitefoot@duluthnews.com.
While getting ready for its June 16 grand opening, Duluth's Toppers Pizza began running a new "Us vs Them" advertising campaign featuring a Domino's Pizza truck. In response, Domino's sent ...
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Trump takes aim at Virginia restaurant that asked his press secretary to leave

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, in Washington, June 7, 2018. Sanders was asked to leave a Virginia restaurant because of her work in the Trump administration, becoming the third such official in the past week — with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and adviser Stephen Miller — to be singled out for supporting the president’s policies. (Doug Mills/The New York Times/Copyright 2018)
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump lashed out Monday at a Virginia restaurant that refused to serve his press secretary, writing on Twitter that the Red Hen has "filthy canopies, doors ...
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Ohio police officer fired for abuse of power after pulling over daughter's boyfriend

The video above shows Lorain Police officer John Kovach Jr. initiating a traffic stop on his daughter's boyfriend on April 16, 2018. and contains profanity. This dashcam video is a ...
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