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The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed that the body recovered from Lake Irving on May 16th was that of 31-year-old Matthew Pulis.
After nearly three weeks of searching for 55-year-old Guy Miller, the rescue efforts on the Forest River may be changing. Grand Forks County Water Rescue has had divers in the water every day since Miller's disappearance but on Sunday the team will reassess their strategy.RELATED CONTENT
The father of a 4-year-old boy in Thief River Falls says a daycare owner there spanked and slapped his son this week, leaving him bruised and black-eyed.
A Nielsville, Minn., man admitted Thursday in court that he burglarized the house of a Grand Forks man who beat him about the head with a handgun and shot at him twice as he fled the scene.RELATED CONTENT
A commencement speech by U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer this month linking legalized abortion with school shootings has attracted the attention of an Internet media outlet. Cramer’s speech was highlighted in a Huffington Post article published Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
The trial of a former Grand Forks police officer on charges he held a gun against the head of a UND student at a party last year has been pushed back to September. The defense says it needs to study the police department’s separate internal investigation of the officer and the incident.RELATED CONTENT
Solid hiring helped lower unemployment rates in 40 U.S. states last month, the most since November. The Labor Department said Friday that unemployment rates increased in only three states: Louisiana, Tennessee and North Dakota. North Dakota reported the nation's lowest unemployment rate, at 3.3 percent.RELATED CONTENT
The Bemidji Police department recovered the body of a man during a follow-up search for 31-year-old Matthew Pulis. In the aerial search today authorities spotted something in the water about 100 yards off shore in the northwest corner of Lake Irving.
Minnesota's current legislative session may result in a 600 percent alcohol tax increase. Beer, wine and spirit taxes could be raised, but while this may not pose many problems to restaurants and bars in central Minnesota border cities like East Grand Forks will take a hit.RELATED CONTENT
North Dakota health officials say a total of 26 cases of active tuberculosis have been linked to an outbreak that originated in the Grand Forks area.
Leaving a courtroom Wednesday to begin a 15-year prison term, Jack Oatman, a gray-haired 72-year-old Grand Forks man craned his neck around, seeking some last eye contact from several female relatives, including two who say he sexually assaulted them while they slept.RELATED CONTENT