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US, Europe impose tough new sanctions on Russia
2 hours 35 min ago
Arctic Cat reports increased sales, but lower earnings in early 2015
6 hours 18 min ago
California tuberculosis patient found, arrested
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Carnival worker accused of breaking into Moorhead house for sale, furnishing it with stolen property
7 hours 22 min ago
New report shows fewest cattle in US since 1973
7 hours 27 min ago
Federal grants switched for Habitat for Humanity
7 hours 31 min ago
Flights out of GFK becoming more expensive
18 hours 50 min ago
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Family alleges Fargo officers used excessive force during arrest
18 hours 51 min ago
Minnesota Swarm visit White Earth Reservation
18 hours 53 min ago
GFAFB ranked sixth in nation for airmen
18 hours 55 min ago
Fines will go up for work zone speeders in Minnesota starting Aug. 1
19 hours 8 min ago
A bill being introduced Monday in the U.S. House of Representatives would amend the Controlled Substances Act -- the federal law that criminalizes marijuana -- to exempt plants with an extremely low percentage of THC, the chemical that makes users high. If passed, it would be the first time that federal law allows any medical marijuana use.
Federal marijuana bill would legalize some cannabis strains
July 28, 2014 - 4:22pm
Grand Forks fundraiser planned for Salvation Army
July 28, 2014 - 4:19pm
South Washington/28th Ave intersection closed for traffic light installation
July 28, 2014 - 2:50pm
Minimum wage hike takes effect Friday in Minnesota
July 28, 2014 - 2:47pm

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