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DL man in crossbow killing sentenced to more than 38 years in prison
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Kristina Heinlein has turned her experience in hospitals into a book of bravery. She is in the second grade.
After undergoing many surgeries, young patient writes book to help other kids at hospital
5 hours 25 min ago
Barrel O'Fun hit with 45K MPCA fine
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Becker County and Detroit Lakes look into possibility of merging their housing programs
6 hours 25 min ago
Bundle up! Santa's Grand Parade is Monday in downtown DL
6 hours 55 min ago
Drive carefully over Thanksgiving
7 hours 55 min ago
Some big box employees ‘give thanks’ for day off
8 hours 25 min ago
Josh Heldt sits at his kitchen table in Brainerd with his daughter Adeline. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Renee Richardson
Dealing with PTSD: Brainerd vet, family struggle on home front
8 hours 55 min ago
Menahga man pleads guilty in strangulation death of Park Rapids woman
10 hours 11 min ago
Calaib Heiderich first started learning fire spinning 12 years ago at the 10,000 Lakes Festival in Detroit Lakes. The Bertha native said he has only burned himself once while spinning. Photos courtesy of Matt Stout
A flare for entertaining: DL man talks about his ‘hot’ hobby and work as a fire spinner
9 hours 55 min ago
Frazee honored with Bicycle Friendly award
10 hours 25 min ago
Warm and cold weather mix creates dangerous ice conditions
10 hours 59 min ago
Minnesotans protest grand jury's decision in Ferguson
12 hours 14 min ago
2 Twin Cities men accused of conspiring to support Islamic State group
12 hours 12 min ago
GameStop employees, Kirk Sanders, Kelsey Clifford, and Amanda Gorecki, prepare the store for a busy season for video game releases and holiday hours on Tuesday, Nov 18, 2014, at GameStop in Grand Forks, N.D. GRAND FORKS HERALD/Logan Werlinger
Some national retailers promote decision to stay closed on Thanksgiving
November 24, 2014 - 8:18am