- Member for
- 1 year 3 months
Authorities don’t yet have any DNA evidence implicating a man accused of rape in a home invasion at a north Fargo apartment last month, a hole the defense attorney claims could sink the case.
The two men accused of leading police on a high-speed chase Sunday that ended when they became stuck in a Clay County swamp with homemade explosives in the car are from Hillsboro, N.D.
FARGO – If cats have nine lives, firefighters might be one of the reasons why. A lucky kitty rescued from a kitchen fire that threatened a south Fargo apartment building...
A Moorhead Iraq war veteran accused of molesting a 15-year-old girl during what he claimed was a blackout brought on by his post-traumatic stress disorder sustained during service has pleaded guilty in the case.
FARGO – A company that was transporting an inmate who escaped and hid for nearly a day in a North Dakota cornfield in 2011 is suing its insurance carrier for...
Law enforcement officers say a bill making its way through the Legislature that is designed to do away with sobriety checkpoints would curtail their ability to chase down kidnappers and check on commercial vehicles.
A Mayville father is charged with felony child abuse after his 9-month-old baby daughter was sent to the hospital in critical condition with bleeding on the brain from what prosecutors say was a violent shaking.
A Mayville father is charged with felony terrorizing after he allegedly threatened to kill his 9-year-old son if the boy didn’t call 911 following a drunken fight between the boy’s parents over a game of Yahtzee.
The North Dakota Supreme Court has declined to rehear arguments against their ruling that upheld a state law passed in 2011 that limits drug-induced abortions.
A plea deal reached just before Wednesday’s hearing called for a one-year pronounced sentence, with six months of it behind bars. After his release, Jalbert would be on the 24/7 sobriety program for 1½ years and supervised probation for four years. He’d also be required to serve 100 hours of community service, speaking to the public about the dangers of texting and driving.