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WAHPETON, N.D. – Police here have released the name of a missing Wahpeton man whose disappearance appears linked to the discovery of human remains at a rural Clay County farmstead and the detention of two people as persons of interest in the case.
FARGO – A recent CBS News investigation of lavish retreats where businesses and trade groups pay to talk with state attorneys general revealed North Dakota’s top law enforcer recently attended one.
FARGO – Brianna Cassady said she was 8 or 9 years old, growing up in a small town in Iowa, when she realized that despite her outward appearance as a boy, she was “a little girl.” She continued to dress in a masculine way for years, she said, because she didn’t want people to make fun of her. In her late 20s, however, the transgender woman decided to embrace her true self and begin a gender transition. Now 33, she recently completed the final step in doing so.
DUNVILLA, Minn. — A teenage boy suffered serious injuries and a second boy faces criminal charges after a weekend incident involving a side-by-side utility terrain vehicle in Otter Tail County.
FARGO – When Sanford Health moved into its new hospital off Interstate 94 and Veterans Boulevard here in the summer of 2017, it was already on pace for a record number of births. Cyndy Skorick, Sanford Women’s executive director, said that was one factor in the recent move to add certified nurse-midwives to the staff. The second factor: requests from patients.
FARGO — Leslie Satterlund of West Fargo left as an upset customer from the North Dakota driver's license office here, after bringing in her son for his written permit test. They waited an hour and a half on Friday, June 15, after sitting even longer the day before, only to be sent away for not having the proper documents. "There is no place to park, nowhere to sit inside, you are stifling in there, crammed like sardines," Satterlund said, referring to the office at 503 38th St. S., just off Interstate 29.
WEST FARGO — At least two board newcomers and one incumbent have been chosen to serve on the West Fargo School Board, with the fourth spot in limbo over a possible recount.
FARGO—The Cass County Sheriff's Office says they've safely located a missing Casselton, N.D. woman who was last seen in Fargo on Friday, June 8. Kate Kieffer, 41, of Casselton, N.D., was last seen in the area of the West Acres mall in Fargo Friday afternoon.
FARGO—Two area men were injured in separate motorcycle crashes in north central Minnesota. The most recent accident happened on Highway 75, just south of Hendrum around 2:15 p.m. on Sunday, June 10, the Minnesota State Patrol said in a news release. Robert Alan Brown, 41, of West Fargo, was driving a 1994 Harley Davidson motorcycle southbound on 75 when a saddle bag became dislodged. Brown tried to correct and while doing so drove onto the shoulder, lost control and overturned the motorcycle.
CROOKSTON, MINN.—A man killed in a crash near Crookston, Minn., on Thursday, June 7 was an on-duty U.S. Customs and Border Protection employee. Christopher T. Bacon, 51, of Grand Forks, was operations manager in the Office of Intelligence Collection, according to an agency news release. Bacon was a 22-year veteran of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and began his career in 1995 as a Border Patrol Agent. He was stationed at the CBP Air and Marine National Air Security Operations Center in Grand Forks, according to the release.