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Istanbul Airport Bombing Latest in String of Attacks in Turkey
16 sec ago
Four People Arrested After Shooting People and Businesses with Paintballs
1 min 9 sec ago
Headstones Knocked Over at St.Mary's Cemetery
2 min 54 sec ago
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North Dakota's first methadone treatment to be offered in Bismarck
4 min 15 sec ago
Man claiming he’s a shapeshifter enters ND home to ‘find a lady to heal’
5 min 39 sec ago
No special session on radar for Minnesota as Dayton leaves country
7 min ago
Daniel Heinrich Trial Moved to October
8 min 21 sec ago
Woman Shot, Killed in Minneapolis
9 min 5 sec ago
Prince Estate Lawyers Get Deadline to Weigh in on DNA Tests
9 min 54 sec ago
Vincent Saganitso, seen with girlfriend Shoshanna Tom on Friday, June 24, 2016, in his West Fargo, N.D., home, lost his leg June 6, 2013, in a construction accident at a Sanford Health site in Sioux Falls, S.D. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Fargo man considers legal action after losing leg in construction accident
13 min 58 sec ago
Ethel Satre reads greeting cards and laughs with friends and family Tuesday on her 108th birthday at the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Nursing Home. Satre grew up on a farm, one of 11 children, in rural Brainerd riding horses, milking cows and being a tomboy. Her usual routine involves reading the local daily paper every day for one of Minnesota's oldest residents. (Forum News Service photo by Steve Kohls)
One of Minnesota's oldest residents celebrates 108 'good years'
15 min 36 sec ago
Man Found Dead Outside Bismarck Church Identified
1 hour 7 min ago
Motorcyclist dies after striking deer near Selby
1 hour 9 min ago
Luring of 14-year-old results in electronic monitoring
1 hour 13 min ago
Man's Death Ruled a Homicide
1 hour 40 min ago

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