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NAYTAHWAUSH, Minn. -- Authorities are hoping an autopsy will shed light on the death of a man found dead near a home in Mahnomen County Thursday afternoon. They got the call about 2:00 Thursday afternoon, of an unresponsive man outside a home in Naytahwaush. The man's identity will not be released until family can be notified.
FARGO- The wounded suspect from the officer involved shooting in south Fargo posted a video to Facebook after he was shot. In the video, Orlando Estrada shows the camera his wound. Estrada also appears to be responding to questions from police outside the apartment. Estrada asks to speak to family, as well as the officer who shot him. The Fargo Police Department has not yet identified the officer who fired their weapon. A warning, the video contains explicit language and graphic images.
GRAND FORKS - The Grand Forks Police Department is asking for the public's help to locate two women that are believed to be involved in a rollover crash on the 800 block of South Columbia Road.
GRAND FORKS - A woman is hospitalized this morning after police say a small passenger vehicle collided with a semi trailer in Grand Forks.
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UPDATE: Moorhead fire says investigators are left on scene of an early-morning house fire in Moorhead.
MOORHEAD -- Minnesota is being called an 'epicenter for creative minds". Creative Minnesota lists 41 different occupations under the title of "artist." According to its research, they're well supported in the state. 15 different communities were studied by Creative Minnesota, which studies fine arts. Moorhead ranks second in attendance for arts events though it ranked sixth in population. Those events generated $9.6-million dollars in Clay County. Moorhead city leaders say the study will also provide a blueprint for expanding the arts in the community.
GRAND FORKS — A traffic stop turned into a drug bust as University of North Dakota police found meth during a traffic stop on campus. Police say they stopped a car on University Avenue around 2:45 a.m. on New Year's Day. 34-year-old Derrick Laducer and 46-year-old Ronald Keplin were in the car. Police say a drug sniffing dog detected methamphetamine.
MOORHEAD -- A crash on I-94 near Moorhead is causing major traffic delays Friday night. The crash happened near exit 1A around 8:00 p.m. in Moorhead and is believed to involve more than one vehicle. Injuries are not yet known, but we do have a crew on scene and will update you with more once it is known.