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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.
By Al Edenloff Four weeks after falling through the ice on Lake Andrew with his grandfather, 2-year-old Hayden Minnerath of Alexandria lost his struggle for life. He died Monday, March 30 at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. Hayden and his grandfather, 50-year-old James Minnerath of Alexandria, were riding across the lake on Tuesday, March 3 when their Ranger ATV broke through an isolated patch of b
For 43-year-old John Witt, Friday's ill-fated flight from the Pine River airport was just one of many flights in his lifetime.
A Shelly woman has been charged in Polk County after officials removed more than 50 beagles from her home March 10. Norman County Attorney James Brue has charged Shirley Bensen with one count of maltreatment of animals, two counts of not having proper ventilation or clean water for animals and one count of not giving proper veterinary care. Fourteen of the more than 5
Local residents are chipping in to pay a Grand Forks man's medical bills after he was assaulted outside of a bar over the weekend in downtown Grand Forks. Adam Dahl, 34, was beaten by what he believes were two men early Sunday near Joe Black's, sending him to the hospital, Grand Forks Police Lt.
By Robb Jeffries / Forum News Service Law enforcement officials from across Minnesota warned about the rise of a new form of marijuana Wednesday that can be six times more potent than the typical leaf form of the drug.
By John Myers Forum News Service Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration today outlined a plan to pump more than $10 million of new money into the state’s parks and trails system...