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MOORHEAD, Minn. -- A Glyndon woman is charged with drunken driving after police pulled her over for swerving and found Jell-O shots in her pockets, authorities said.
By Gretchen Schlosser / Forum News Service PAYNESVILLE, Minn. -- The 13-year-old girl nearly struck Friday morning by a semi truck that illegally passed her school bus says she’s still scared and shaky days later.
FARGO – A fifth person has been charged in connection with the drug-related murder of a 26-year-old man near a south Fargo grocery store in March. Lalece Althea Slack, 26,...
It’s official, Lake Superior had ice in June, just not in the Duluth area. While the pack that remained here during the Memorial Day weekend created a lot of memorable beach images with air temperatures nearing or at 80 degrees, the ice was pushed out or melted before June came on Sunday.But points east sti
By Crystal Dey / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI -- A Bemidji woman plead guilty to arson in Beltrami County Court Monday. Mary June Klasen, 57, confessed to starting her mobile home on fire in an attempt to evict her son on April 30. She was arrested for felony first-degree arson. Klasen stated in court Monday she has been trying to move her son out of the trailer for five years.
By Crystal Dey / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI -- A Walker man was sentenced to four years in prison for killing another man last year.
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By Brandi Jewett / The Forum FARGO – A judge has ordered the trial of a Finley woman accused of murdering her husband be moved from Finley to Fargo.
By Brad Dokken / Grand Forks Herald WARREN, Minn. — Danny Omdahl knew nothing of buffleheads or pelican nests until the local watershed district built a series of five impoundments to manage the floodwaters that sometimes ravaged this tabletop-flat area of northwest Minnesota.