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Staples, Minn., area conservation officer Jeff Halverson has been handling a lot of bear calls this year, but one recent call was from a local who handled the bear for him. A resident near Motley found a bear cub whose mother had been killed. Knowing that he was orphaned, the cowboy decided to get the cub out of a nearby tree so it could be removed by Halverson. He did it with his own lasso. "The mom was killed on the highway and the cub was up a tree," Halverson said.
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GRAND FORKS — A 30-year-old Grand Forks man has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment after pleading guilty to having sex with a 16-year-old foster child. Kerry Allison Knutson admitted to luring minors by computer and corruption
MOORHEAD – A semi-truck was driving “extremely close” to a pickup before the Interstate 94 crash Tuesday morning that killed two Park Christian students, authorities said Wednesday. Though the semi didn’t hit the pickup carrying the four Moorhead students heading to a basketball camp in Wisconsin, Minnesota State Patrol investigators want to talk to the semi driver to find out what he or she knows. Patrol Lt.
MINNEAPOLIS — Part of Interstate 35W south of downtown Minneapolis was closed after a woman jumped to her death during the Tuesday morning commute, officials said.
FARGO—A man fought off a "vicious" dog in a neighborhood here Tuesday morning, stabbing the dog with a pocket knife after it attacked him. The man was walking on the sidewalk in the 400 block of Seventh Avenue South when the dog charged him, said Fargo police Sgt. Shannon Ruziska.
MOORHEAD -- Ray and Kathie Kvalvog couldn’t bring themselves to attend a vigil for their two sons Tuesday night.
FARGO - Neighbors in the north side neighborhood near where a second homicide victim was discovered in as many days said they've become concerned about some of the new residents in the area.
MOORHEAD, Minn. - For the first time since his death, a Moorhead woman is publicly revealing her father's secret past. She said his humble life in North Dakota was actually the life of an escaped convict, running from the law.