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HILLSBORO, N.D. - A Fargo man is behind bars after allegedly driving his car drunk onto the train tracks just north of here, leading to a crash from which he and his passenger barely escaped. Traill County Sheriff's Captain Tony Ernst said that the sheriff's office was notified about the collision at an abandoned railroad crossing about 5 miles north of here at about 11:25 p.m.
FARGO - Lori Jamison heard semis roaring past outside and started to get worried as her cries for help echoed off the inside of the storage locker and in her ears. That was a week ago Tuesday, she thinks. It was hard to keep track of time when she was stuck in her storage unit for days last week. Jamison, suffering from hypothermia and hearing the wind blow outside, kept calling for help.
FARGO - A Fargo woman is in the hospital after being rescued from the storage shed where she's been trapped for what appears to be the past two days. Fargo police Sgt. Kevin Pallas said police were called at about 7:30 a.m.
ST. PETER, Minn. - A Fergus Falls man is dead after a rollover crash north here shortly before noon on Thursday. Minnesota State Patrol officials said a Dodge Ram was...
WEST FARGO - Aurora Elementary School is back open following a lockdown this morning, school officials confirmed Friday. School officials enacted the lockdown after West Fargo police informed them they...
FARGO - Fargo city officials say residents can expect to hear the city's emergency sirens on and off for the two weeks. Fargo city official Leon Schlaffman said that Mid-States...
FARGO - Law enforcement agencies in the metro area are teaming up to create a multi-agency task force dedicated to combatting what they call a growing problem with gang activity in the Fargo-Moorhead area and across the state. Fargo Police Chief Dave Todd said Fargo and its surrounding communities are at "a tipping point" in terms of safety from gangs and quality of life. "We have to stomp this out now," Todd said. Video above is a recorded http://www.inforum.com/content/residents-tighten-security-after-o
MOORHEAD - An MSUM football player has pleaded guilty in connection with charges he sexually assaulted a female student in his dorm room last fall. Zachary Ty Hilliard, 18, of Erie, Colo., pleaded guilty Monday in Clay County District Court to one count of fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct, a gross misdemeanor. Court documents say Hilliard forced a freshman whom he briefly dated to have sex with him in his dorm room September 18, holding her down while he was on top of her, while she repeatedly told him "no." The compla
MOORHEAD – The wife of a Clay County sheriff’s deputy is suing the county, claiming it should cover the medical bills incurred when the deputy’s former police dog attacked the couple’s 4-year-old son after the deputy was wrongfully fired.