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Fargo Police have arrested a man in connection with a murder investigation, but they are still looking for others who may be involved.
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North Dakota and its only abortion clinic have resolved part of their dispute over the state's new abortion law, meaning the facility will remain open.
Fargo police are investigating a body that was found near the train tracks at University and Main.
The City of Fargo has begun it's annual phone book recycling campaign. Yellow containers have been placed throughout the city for people to deposit their old phone books.
Fargo Police Department says a body found in south Fargo is now being called a homicide.
The Metro-North commuter railroad has allowed an overemphasis on train times to "routinely" overshadow its safety operations, according to a Federal Railroad Administration review.
Lt. Joel Vettel tells KFGO News, the body was discovered behind the Bison Center Strip Mall in the 1400 block of 33rd Street South, just east of Cashwise, shortly after police were called to the location about 1 AM Friday on a report of susicious activity.
The legislation, which cleared Congress on Thursday, reverses much of a 2012 overhaul of the government's much-criticized flood insurance program after angry homeowners facing sharp premium hikes protested.
In this April 8, 2011 file photo, a welcome sign for Fargo, N.D., sits in the rising floodwaters of the Red River as a flood engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, at left, inspects the levee protecting the downtown area.
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It was December 19th when Target came forward and announced they had a possible data breach that ended up impacting nearly 40 million people.
Timothy Jay Vafeades, 54, a Utah truck driver, has been accused of holding sex slaves captive for extended periods of time in his semitrailer as he drove throughout the U.S. While the girls were his prisoners, he forced them to change their appearance, beat them relentlessly, strangled them, threatened them, and made them have sex with him over and ... (more)
Add another shop to Minneapolis' Uptown neighborhood. A women's boutique called Proper & Prim is slated to open off Lyndale Avenue and 28th Street in the spring.
Could be. Or it could be that people, over the course of the years, came to reject something that tasted like red paint smeared over wet newspapers and topped with orange glue.
A Fargo man accused of robbing Mister Money on 25th street south, along with two others has pleaded not guilty.
A tenant says an "unbearable" odor of gas permeated one of the buildings in East Harlem for weeks before the deadly blast.