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MOORHEAD – Authorities have identified a man whose body was found in the Red River two weeks ago. Clement Bravebull, 48, had been in the water for an unknown amount...
ST. PAUL — Travelers may have a better understanding of road conditions using the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s new winter road condition descriptions on the 511mn.org website and smartphone app...
ST. PAUL – Minnesota's governor and senators are asking the federal government to include Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in the enhanced screening effort to intercept Ebola cases. According to a news release this morning, Gov. Mark Dayton and Sens.
MOORHEAD — Minnesota’s three major-party governor candidates go on stage Wednesday to answer greater Minnesota and general state government questions. Voters may attend the 7 p.m. event at Hansen Theatre...
A total 48 Grand Forks Air Force Base airmen were penalized after base officials investigated allegations of one airmen sharing test materials, the air base said in a news release...
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Republicans say Sen.
GRAND FORKS - A Windom, Minn., man was ordered Monday to serve 15 years in prison for shaking his 3-month-old son and causing him a serious head injury. Robert Allen Duckstad, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse, a Class A felony, in state district court in Grand Forks. According to the criminal complaint, Duckstad had just worked the overnight shift and was “tired, frustrated and stressed” when he returned home one morning in June 2013. His son was being “fussy” while he was changing his diaper, so Duckstad shook the infant three times until he was quiet, the complaint say
STARBUCK, Minn. — Police in west-central Minnesota are warning about potent prescription medications stolen during a pharmacy burglary last week. One overdose treated in Stevens County is reportedly connected to the stolen drugs, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. The Starbuck Police Department investigated a burglary at Samuelson’s Drug on Sept. 16.