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UPDATE: Moorhead fire says investigators are left on scene of an early-morning house fire in Moorhead.
GRAND FORKS — A traffic stop turned into a drug bust as University of North Dakota police found meth during a traffic stop on campus. Police say they stopped a car on University Avenue around 2:45 a.m. on New Year's Day. 34-year-old Derrick Laducer and 46-year-old Ronald Keplin were in the car. Police say a drug sniffing dog detected methamphetamine.
WEST FARGO - A woman is seriously injured after being hit by a car during a traffic collision near West Fargo Friday night. North Dakota Highway Patrol says heavy snowfall covered the roads when a Chevy Impala, driven by Glen Maurer, 88, side swiped an eastbound Nissan Murano, driven by Michael Weigelt, 61, on I-94 near mile marker 343.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - A Detroit Lakes family is starting a GoFundMe to pay for a private investigator to help find their missing son. The missing boy, Parker Eastman, 15, of Detroit Lakes , was last seen on Aug. 21, 2017 in the Detroit Lakes area and is suspected of running away.
EDGELEY, N.D—A North Dakota farmer who has made headlines for his agriculture art is at it again, this time with a controversial message. Gene Hanson, of Edgeley, N.D., decided to plow out "we stand for the national anthem" in his farm field. Hanson wrote it in response to NFL players who protested the anthem before games. It took Hanson two hours to make the message and was done with his tractor and disc. Overall, the words span across two football fields.
Grand Forks police are searching for a man who robbed someone early Friday morning at an apartment complex built for UND students.
FARGO - A semi-truck swerved off road from I-29 in Fargo Wednesday, August 16. The truck ran into the Sanford Health Plan brick sign south of the Hospice building, causing minor damage to the bricks. Emergency crews confirmed there were no injuries, although multiple vehicles did receive damage as a result of the crash. Exit 64 was temporarily closed as North Dakota State Patrol, the Fargo Police Department and the Fargo Fire Department responded to the scene.
UPDATE: The train is back moving after being stopped for over an hour Saturday morning.