THE DULLUM FILE Gladys Knight
Next week on WDAZ News @5, we'll chat with Gladys Knight.... Posted on 4/29/11 at 10:24 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. lawmaker asks for rail service study
BISMARCKA Jamestown lawmaker wants to see passenger rail service in North Dakota that serves cities along Interstate 94.
Rep. Joe Kroeber, D-Jamestown, is sponsoring a resolution asking the Legislatu... Posted on 2/10/11 at 4:14 PM
When Amtrak unveils the first of 70 new locomotives Monday at a plant in California, it will mark what the national passenger railroad service hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and better energy efficiency.
The depot and boarding platform were damaged by the high water, and passenger service was interrupted for five months in 2011. Since November of that year, a temporary waiting room and ticket office have been used.
With the help of a dog and tip about a suspicious passenger, Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department deputies and Border Patrol agents busted a Portland, Ore., man and confiscated $44,000 worth of high-quality marijuana from an Amtrak train that was stopped in Grand Forks Wednesday.
23-year-old male was injured early this morning when his 2008 Chevy Cobalt collided with an Amtrak passenger train west of Larimore.
The unidentified driver was taken to Altru Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following the accident.
FARGO – Preliminary autopsy findings are shedding no light on the death of a 27-year-old Fargo man whose body was found Monday along railroad tracks between Glyndon and Hawley, Minn., Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist said today. Bergquist said a preliminary autopsy from the Ramsey County (Minn.) Medical Examiner’s Office lists the cause of death for Jared Nilles as undetermined, though he stressed officials are still seeking answers to that question. The full autopsy isn’t complete yet.
Authorities have confirmed that 27-year-old Jared Nilles of Fargo, whose body was found Monday along the railroad tracks between Glyndon and Hawley, Minn., was a passenger on an Amtrak train bound for Chicago, Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist said this morning.
Pete Federspiel with the Tri-Agency Drug Task Force says agents learned Chaidon Kang and Sitha Puth were traveling from their homes in Tacoma, Wash., to Minneapolis, where Puth had an outstanding warrant. The task force met the two when the train stopped in Havre on Friday and arrested Puth on a probation violation.
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