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A Windom, Minn., man was ordered Monday to serve 15 years in prison for shaking his 3-month-old son and causing him a serious head injury. Robert Allen Duckstad, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse, a Class A felony, in state district court in Grand Forks. According to the criminal complaint, Duckstad had just worked the overnight shift and was “tired, frustrated and stressed” when he returned home one morning in June 2013. His son was bei
By Kathleen Bryan /Foum News Service Jason Pepple made a direct plea Tuesday to the driver of the hit-and-run that killed his 23-month-old daughter.
FARGO – Hundreds of mourners gathered Tuesday evening at North Dakota State University and at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Sartell, Minn., to mark the life of Thomas Bearson with candlelight vigils.After news that the 18-year-old freshman’s body had been found in south Moorhead Tuesday morning, NDSU campus leaders quickly organized a vigil at the Babbling Brook near the library. More than 200 students gathered together.
A Fargo woman is behind bars after police say she slammed into the back of a stopped ambulance going about 60 mph while fleeing a traffic stop.
By John Myers / Duluth News Tribune A 49-year-old Grand Rapids man has been charged with giving his wife a lethal dose of the painkilling drug Fentanyl. Terry Wayne Richards was charged with third degree murder for buying the drug and giving it to his wife his wife at their home on Friday, according to the office of Itasca County Attorney John Muhar.
Paul Bunyan Communications is spearheading a new regional broadband network that executives tout as one of the largest of its kind in the United States.
By Kevin Bonham / Grand Forks Herald Lakota Ambulance and Quick Response is on life support. The elixir for revival is volunteers. But they seem to be in short supply in the Nelson County governmental seat of 650 residents.
By Grace Lyden/ The Forum Looking south of campus and in the Red River, police here expanded the search Monday for an 18-year-old North Dakota State University freshman who has been missing since early Saturday.
MOORHEAD – A civil dispute between next-door neighbors here has landed one of them behind bars after she sent a Christmas card to the other family in violation of a...
By John Hageman /The Forum Two recreational vehicle makers with operations in northwest Minnesota are again engaged in a legal battle over patents. Polaris Industries, which is based in Plymouth, Minn., and has a plant in Roseau, filed two lawsuits in early September against Arctic Cat, which is based in Thief River Falls. The lawsuits allege that Arctic Cat’s Wildcat line of side-by-side ATVs infringe on its patents. The lawsuits, filed in U.S.