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A 15-year-old baseball player died Sunday after collapsing at a pick-up game in Bemidji. The Bemidji police and fire departments responded to a medical call at approximately 12:21 Sunday at the Bemidji High School baseball field.
Two people are dead after a shooting at the Walmart in south Grand Forks early this morning. The Grand Forks Air Force Base said a local airman was involved in the shooting, but officials didn’t say how he was involved.
In order to afford a one-bedroom apartment in Polk County, a tenant making minimum wage would have to work more than a 40-hour week to come up with rent. In Minnesota, there isn't a county in which a renter could work 40 hours a week earning the $8 minimum wage and afford a typical one-bedroom apartment at the fair market rent, according to a r
By Adrian Glass-Moore/ The Forum Fargo police said Friday the man critically hurt in a severe bar beating over the weekend has died of his injuries.
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BISMARCK — An oilfield housing complex developed by two men accused of defrauding investors out of $62 million in a Ponzi scheme abruptly closed last week, displacing more than 140 oilfield workers and leaving more than a dozen employees jobless and homeless in western North Dakota, according to court testimony here Monday.
The body of the man recovered from Little Detroit Lake on Friday has been identified as 33-year-old Markus Fales of Detroit Lakes, according to a news release from Becker County Sheriff Todd Glander. Law enforcement recovered Fales' body in a search of an area of Little Detroit Lake. According to Glander, around 2 p.m.
BELGRADE, Minn.—Sigfred Lundgren was of the first to arrive at Joseph “Scriver” Olson’s rural Belgrade home Feb.
By Trinity Gruenberg Independent News Herald Amber Franks allowed her students to pick a name to go on the back of her Pops Concert T-shirt.
HILLSBORO, N.D.—A judge here granted a request on Wednesday from a Portland woman who asked for a restraining order against her brother, to whom she once donated a kidney. Calling the case "really hard to believe," Traill County District Court Judge Thomas Olson granted the petition filed last week by Lori Thompson for a restraining order against her brother, Keith Flaten. The sister donated a kidney to Flaten in