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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 1, 2015

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Diary of a madman: 10 years later, serial killer who lived among us still manipulates others from death row

Ten years ago today, Joseph Edward Duncan III's heinous spree of killing and raping had almost come to an end. At 2 a.m. on July 2, 2005, Duncan-who had lived in Fargo for the previous five years-was spotted with 8-year-old Shasta Groene at a Denny's restaurant in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. MORE .

People connected to Bearson case have refused lie detector tests, girlfriend says

The girlfriend of Thomas Bearson, an NDSU student whose killing last fall remains unsolved, said Tuesday on Facebook that some people connected to the case have declined police requests that they take lie detector tests. MORE .

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Sanford, Essentia taking different approaches as Minn. legalizes medical pot

Minnesota's introduction today of medical marijuana-a program some consider one of the nation's most restrictive-appeared poised for a modest start. MORE .

Police didn’t need to shut down Moorhead hip-hop show, promoter says

The promoter of Spring Jam, an annual rap festival that had its 18th show here Saturday night, says the show was not out of control and police did not need to shut it down. MORE .

Home with the Lost Italian: Saying farewell to Sarello's with signature sea bass

There are moments in life when you just have to leap, and that was what we did. Now, 15 years later, we find ourselves poised to embark on a new journey. MORE .

'Doug died': Fargo man has the last laugh

Even if you count spaces and punctuation, Douglas Legler's obituary in today's Forum is shorter than his name. MORE .

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