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MOORHEAD -- Ray and Kathie Kvalvog couldn’t bring themselves to attend a vigil for their two sons Tuesday night.
FARGO - Neighbors in the north side neighborhood near where a second homicide victim was discovered in as many days said they've become concerned about some of the new residents in the area.
MOORHEAD, Minn. - For the first time since his death, a Moorhead woman is publicly revealing her father's secret past. She said his humble life in North Dakota was actually the life of an escaped convict, running from the law.
RAPID CITY, S.D.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - A Minnesota girl has died a week after a dental surgery went awry. Sydney Galleger, 17, was a junior at Eden Prairie High School who went to have her wisdom teeth removed.
A Kindred, N.D., man has pleaded guilty in connection with charges he let his mentally ill brother freeze to death in an unheated farmhouse there last January. Ronald Simmons, 62, was sentenced to a year's supervised probation after pleading guilty in Cass County District Court Tuesday to endangering his mentally ill brother, Bruce.
A North Dakota lawmaker who sent an explicit photo of himself to another man using a social media app says he has no plans to step down from his legislative seat. Rep.
The scene at Mi Rancho restaurant in north Bemidji was business as usual Monday afternoon. Two days before, it was a crime scene where a man was killed. The owner...
The return of the midsummer itch has approached, and everyone is itching for it to stop. PLM Lake and Land Management, who contracts through the city of Detroit Lakes, is scheduled to spray copper sulfate on the Detroit Lake City Beach tomorrow (Monday) morning. “Before the Fourth of July when more people come,” said Brad Green, public works director for the city of Detroit Lakes.