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Officer shot during standoff has 'non-survivable' wound, Fargo police chief says

Jamar Clark's Parents: Shooting 'Should've Never Happened'
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Charges Dismissed against Teacher Accused of Taking Photos of Girls
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Pembina County loses a patrol car in I-29 pileup
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Lawmakers and ag experts meet in Crookston to discuss farming issues
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Grand Cities Mall a key development spot for Grand Forks' 30 year plan
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Transitional living facility opens in Devils Lake
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Body of missing woman linked to robbery couple found, death appears unnatural, sheriff says
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Baudette woman charged with taking funds from GoFundMe account of missing boaters hospitalized
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Consultant Angel Martos holds a marijuana leaf at the Canna Pi medical marijuana dispensary in Seattle, Washington, November 27, 2012. REUTERS / ANTHONY BOLANTE
Group out to legalize marijuana in North Dakota
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Plus-Size Model Featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue (Rob Kim/Getty Images)
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue features Plus-Size model
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A Wisconsin man arrested in explosives case
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Minneapolis police shooting case goes to prosecutors
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This Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, photo, shows a Burger King "classic" hot dog at a media event to introduce the restaurant's new menu item, in New York. Burger King plans to start selling the hot dogs in the U.S. on Feb. 23. The company says it will offer two options of grilled dogs, a “chili cheese” and “classic” that has relish, onions, ketchup and mustard. (AP Photo/Candice Choi)
Burger King's next conquest: Hot dog king
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34 Couples to Get Married in Hennepin County Valentine’s Day Weekend Event
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Leaders Working to Decide How to Save Prior Lake from Future Flood Damage
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