Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for September 17, 2015
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Police consult FBI profilers in unsolved slaying of NDSU freshman Tommy Bearson
Despite an in-depth consultation with FBI profilers this summer, police still don't know who killed Tommy Bearson. Sunday is the one-year anniversary of the last time the North Dakota State University freshman was seen alive. MORE .
Wait for autopsy delays homicide investigation for baby found unresponsive at West Fargo day care
Police here are still waiting on a report from a Minnesota medical examiner to move forward with an investigation into the June death of a 6-month-old Fargo boy that's been ruled a homicide. MORE .
Emails reveal backlash, support over UND president's nickname decision
"Go live in Texas or something and leave us the hell alone." Bruce Hoiberg's curt message was one of many emails sent between Aug. 28 and Sept. 4 obtained by the Grand Forks newspaper through an open records request. MORE .
Fargo man sets out to revolutionize youth fundraising
As a father of four, Mark Teckenburg of Fargo knows firsthand the work involved in fundraising for youth activities. After trying every fundraising concept under the sun in recent years, he said he knew there had to be a better way. MORE .
NDSU sexual violence prevention class goes in-depth on consent
The typical offender is the "nice guy," an instructor told about 75 North Dakota State University students who gathered Wednesday for a mandatory sexual violence prevention training. MORE .
Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day with cream cheese stuffed burgers
What is it about Minnesotans and cheeseburgers? Our neighbors to the east embrace the title "America's Dairyland" and even wear blocks of cheese on their heads. MORE .
Police search for suspect after attempted robbery at south Fargo hotel
An attempted robbery at the Vista Inn & Suites in south Fargo late Wednesday led police to search the area with multiple squad cars and a K-9 unit, but they weren't able to locate a suspect by 1 a.m. Thursday. MORE .
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