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A man from West St. Paul, Minn., was found dead in a home near the University of North Dakota campus. According to a University of North Dakota Police Department press release, officers and Altru Ambulance paramedics responded to a call at about 9 a.m. to the 500 block of Cambridge Street, about one block from Ralph Engelstad Arena.
By Joel Froemming/ Bemidji Pioneer Who knows what would have happened if Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner had followed his sister’s Bemidji band camp footsteps? “When we were little, she went...
BISMARCK – For the third time in six years, North Dakota lawmakers have killed legislation that would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation, despite warnings from some Democrats and Republicans that it could tarnish the growing state’s image and attract backlash similar to what Indiana and Arkansas have faced in recent days.
The body of a young woman pulled from the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday night was identified as Jennifer Houle, the University of Minnesota college student who went missing early March 27.
By Josh Francis Curling isn’t the most traditional post-wedding activity, but tradition is not what West Fargo native Mitch Finn and his fiancée, Charlotte Zich, were shooting for. The West Fargo couple held their wedding at the FM Curling Club on 23rd Avenue South in Fargo on Saturday and after a quick ceremony, Finn, Zich and their guests took to the ice sheets to partake in the traditional Scottish sport. The
By John Myers / Duluth News Tribune MOUNTAIN IRON, Minn. -- The string of bad economic news on the Iron Range compounded Tuesday when U.S. Steel announced that it will dramatically slow production at its Minntac taconite facility in Mountain Iron starting June 1.
By Katie Petrie / St. Cloud Times A St. Cloud State University professor has been charged in federal court with smuggling rhinoceros horns and elephant ivory.
The discovery of a body in the Sheyenne River has brought an end to a prolonged search for a snowmobiler who went missing this past winter.
A Minneapolis woman died in a head-on collision with a semi on Highway 71 north of Wadena city limits on Saturday. Jozi A. Szathmary, 37, was northbound on Highway 71 in a 1997 Ford explorer when it crossed the center line and collided with a southbound semi tractor-trailer rig.
Authorities are on the scene of a downed plane that grazed a car headed east on Highway 10 west of here before landing on the highway.