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Morning headlines: Fargo police identify two people who died in shooting near NDSU campus

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A Fargo Police vehicle sits in front of an apartment house on 15th Street North in Fargo where two people were killed in a shooting in the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022.
Matt Henson / WDAY

FARGO — The Fargo Police Department has identified the two men who died in a Saturday shooting not far from North Dakota State University.

They are Jaquan Gatewood, 28, of Fargo, and Kierre Davies, 27, of Fargo, police said in a Sunday, Nov. 20, news release. Both had gunshot wounds and died at the scene. Full story here.

Cass County reviewing election night crunch that saw many voters wait over an hour

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Voters wait patiently in line to cast their ballots at the West Acres Mall on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.
David Samson/The Forum

FARGO — In the final hours of voting in Cass County on Election Day, Nov. 8, some of the county's vote centers experienced long lines , leading to speculation some voters may have become discouraged to the point of leaving without casting a ballot. Full story here.

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McFeely: Playoff bracket goes as well as Bison could've hoped

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North Dakota State huddle up before the start of their football game against North Dakota on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, at the Fargodome.
Alyssa Goelzer/The Forum

FARGO — The Football Championship Subdivision playoffs opened with a surprise for North Dakota State. The Bison, 9-2, were expected to be the fourth seed at best for the 24-team field announced Sunday on ESPNU. There was talk that NDSU might even fall to the fifth seed. Full story here.

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