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The University of Texas at Austin has lost about 100 brains stored in jars of formaldehyde, possibly including that of the man who killed and wounded dozens in a campus shooting spree nearly 50 years ago, school officials and media said on Tuesday. Roughly 200 brains were transferred from the state hospital to the university nearly 30 years ago but the psychology lab only had room for half of them and about 100 were s
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. – An Illinois man has sued American Crystal Sugar Co.
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. – Gus Lynch was known as a larger-than-life presence in the local comedy scene. Described as a guy who would berate you on stage one minute...
If you needed a reminder of what season it is, Sunday and Monday did the trick. The region’s first real cold snap moved through, with lows forecast in the single digits to below freezing, and coupled with the wind chill, you had actual temperatures in the 20 below range and colder in some areas. (Don’t worry, it should warm up by the weekend.) Northern Minnesota is known for its bevy of outdoor activities, such as ice fishing, snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, to name a few.
A federal fugitive since 2009 has been arrested in Redby, Minn., after he was listed on a smartphone app created by U.S.
Severe cold may have been a factor in the death of a woman whose body was found Monday near Pelican Rapids. The Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim as Jamie Fox, 27, of Pelican Rapids. Her body was found near outbuildings near the intersection of County Highway 4 and U.S.
Chris Gourde was hunting here Saturday with his dog Radar when she ran onto a road and was picked up by a passing dark blue SUV. That’s the story Kathy Rust, Radar’s co-owner and breeder, posted to Facebook on Sunday afternoon. Since then, the post has been shared 2,240 times, and Rust believes social media might be what led to Gourde locating his vizsla a few days later.
By Dave Olson / The Forum Fargo - If you want to see the future of farming, just look up. Drones, those small unmanned aircraft that have become a central part of America’s war on terror, are also poised to help farmers with everything from making more efficient use of fertilizer to spotting sick cows.
Mayor Dennis Walaker died unexpectedly at his home Tuesday night after a months-long battle with kidney cancer. He was 73. The three-term mayor, known to some affectionately as “Denny,” inspired public trust in his ability to protect the city since his decision in 2009 to not evacuate Fargo in the face of historic flooding.
Arvig has decided to exit the Verizon Wireless business, the company announced Monday. All Arvig Verizon Wireless locations will close permanently on Dec. 31, 2014. “It was a difficult decision,...