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FARGO -- A teenager, who on Feb. 18 was found face-down in the Fargo South High School swimming pool, has died. Frederic Ndereimana, 19, died Saturday at a Fargo hospital, according to Fargo Police. Until now, the teen's name and condition was unknown. Fargo Schools did not previously release the info and Fargo Police said the matter was under investigation. Police on Sunday reported the death and said the matter remains under investigation.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. - Authorities believe the Fargo couple who were involved in a shootout with a Douglas County sheriff's deputy Feb. 24 were also responsible for a burglary at the Douglas County Animal Hospital hours before the shooting. "We have enough evidence to show that Devin Blowers, 24, and Katie Christopherson, 29, were the persons responsible for the burglary and theft of items from the Douglas County Animal Hospital," Alexandria Police Chief Rick Wyffels said in a news release issued Friday.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. – Traffic on Interstate 94 just west of here has been reduced to one lane Friday after a tanker truck carrying de-icing material rolled into the ditch about noon because of icy road conditions. Eastbound I-94 is down to one lane for about a mile near Evansville, which is about 20 miles west of Alexandria. Crews are working to transfer the de-icing material, which is used by airlines, from the overturned tanker into another vehicle, said Sgt.
ST. PAUL -- People in the eastern two-thirds of Minnesota are under an air pollution health alert today. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency issued the alert this morning, saying air...
DULUTH -- Two teenage males were taken into custody at the University of Minnesota Duluth on Thursday morning after police responded to a report that a gun was seen on campus. The weapon turned out to be an air pistol, said Sgt. Tim LeGarde of the UMD Police Department. No one was injured.
ST. PAUL - A long-discussed bill to regulate pet breeding made some progress Wednesday. The House Agriculture Policy Committee approved the measure, which includes a provision that requires commercial pet breeders be inspected and licensed.
ST. PAUL - The Minnesota House Public Safety Committee on Wednesday approved a bill to further cut into the sale of synthetic drugs. The bill, sponsored by state Rep. Erik Simonson, DFL-Duluth, is in reaction to the problems associated with synthetic marijuana and other drugs produced from bath salts and other chemicals.
Two people were taken into custody at the University of Minnesota Duluth this morning after police responded to reports of individuals with a gun on campus. The weapon seen by witnesses turned out to be an air pistol, officials said. No one was injured. A “shelter in place” notification was sent to students and staff until police were able to confirm that there was no threat to public safety. UMD police reported that two males, ages 15 and 19, are facing charges of disorderly conduct, underage consumption, and possession of drugs.
Teaser trailers for the new FX network original series “Fargo” appeared online Monday night, and one preview featured one of the metal sculpture attractions along the Enchanted Highway, the road...
GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. - A small child died in a house fire Sunday night south of Grand Rapids, the Itasca County Sheriff’s Office said. Firefighters were called to a home...