Morning headlines: Fargo Liquor Control Board takes 'soft approach' over concerns at The Windbreak nightclub
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FARGO — The Fargo Liquor Control Board on Wednesday, May 24, voted unanimously in favor of taking a “soft approach” to work with The Windbreak after the nightclub was reported for safety concerns.
The Windbreak, at 3150 39th St. S., came under scrutiny in 2022 over an increased number of police-related incidents and reports of underage people sneaking in, according to Fargo City Auditor Steve Sprague. Full story here.
Search for Grand Forks attempted murder suspect stretches to southern border
GRAND FORKS — The Grand Forks Police Department is expanding their search to the Mexican border for a man they say tried to kill his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend.
Omar Martinez, 25, is wanted for attempted murder and reckless endangerment. Police say he shot at the victim's car on Demers Avenue by the Columbia Road overpass around 9 a.m. Sunday morning in Grand Forks. Full story here.
Jackrabbits leave Bison dry in conference tourney
FARGO — The North Dakota State Bison left Wednesday night’s game stunned after a historic performance by South Dakota State’s Nic Nelson.
The South Dakota State Jackrabbits ousted the Bison 17-4 in the first round of the Summit League Championship at Newman Outdoor Field.
Full story here.