Several law enforcement vehicles, including the U.S. Border Patrol and Grand Forks police, stopped traffic on Interstate 29 in Grand Forks shortly after 11 a.m. today to detain a man thought to be wanted for attempted murder in North Carolina. He was quickly cleared as the Border Patrol determined he simply had the same name as an alias used by the man wanted in North Carolina.
NDDOT making changes on I-29 and US 2 ”Grand Forks 1 Mile” said the sign. “Grand Forks 1 Mile” said the sign behind it. It’s not double vision. It’s state crews at work replacing old, weathered signs. The old ones will go down when crews finish installing the new ones.
Kristen Borysewicz was mad at whoever decided to keep Interstate 29 open as long as it was Sunday. She and her mother, Patt Rall, were heading south from Larimore, N.D., to Fargo for a show. Near the Harwood exit, they found themselves in the middle of a shallow lake that appeared on the interstate.
Aiming to bust drug traffickers rolling through Grand Forks County, officers from local agencies started working together this week to aggressively patrol Interstate 29 — making routine traffic stops, grilling suspicious motorists and using dogs to sniff out narcotics.
A Shelly, Minn., woman injured when her stuck car was hit by a school bus near West Fargo Thursday in I-94.
Hours later, two semi-trucks collided on I-29 near Thompson, N.D., wrecking the trailers and dumping flax, but hurting no one.
Locals want state to clarify plan for new Interstate 29 interchange and Red River crossing Grand Forks County and the Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Metropolitan Planning Organization want to clear a path to construction of an interchange at Interstate 29 and Merrifield Road.
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