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Former 'Bachelor' Chris Soules arrested for leaving scene of deadly crash
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Tuesday News Update (4/25)
2 hours 33 min ago
Driving through Bemidji could be a headache this summer
2 hours 51 min ago
Sally Yates to testify at May 8 Senate hearing
3 hours 13 min ago
Construction equipment sits near a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site off County Road 135 near the town of Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. on October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Josh Morgan/File Photo
East Coast refiners eye Texas oil as North Dakota alternative
3 hours 27 min ago
Authorities uncover couple's 'sex room' in Minn. sexual assault case
4 hours 9 min ago
Arkansas executes 2 men in one night
4 hours 28 min ago
Opioid epidemic may be underestimated, CDC report says
4 hours 57 min ago
12-year-old boy drives 800 miles across Australia
5 hours 28 min ago
Michigan doctors charged in first federal genital mutilation case in US
5 hours 58 min ago
Teen crawls out of truck window after it rolls in Kittson County
6 hours 9 min ago
Representative of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees Malaysia, Richard Towle, left, and Executive Creative Director of GREY Malaysia, Graham Drew, right, pose with smart phones displaying the application "Finding Home" during a launch at the UNHCR headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The refugee agency and the Malaysian firm have launched the application aimed at raising public awareness and empathy about the worldwide struggle of refugees. (AP Photo/Daniel Chan)
Smartphone app lets user 'walk a mile in a refugee's shoes'
6 hours 28 min ago
Roseau woman taken to hospital after her SUV rolls
6 hours 54 min ago
April 24, 2017
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Fargo moves to 17th in the country to build a forever home
12 hours 42 min ago
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A collection 70-years in the making; Vietnam Vet displays war memorabilia
13 hours 4 min ago