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BISMARCK, ND – Residents will have a chance to win $1,000 a day for life or $25,000 a year for life in a new North Dakota Lottery game. More than...
ST. PAUL -- A new generation of conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have joined the ranks responsible for statewide natural resources and recreational law enforcement. The...
North Dakota had 19 cases of human trafficking reported to a national hotline in 2015, the nonprofit that operates the program said Thursday. The North Dakota cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, operated by the nonprofit group Polaris, consisted of 15 cases of sex trafficking and four cases of labor trafficking. The state had 16 human trafficking cases reported to the hotline in 2014.
Fargo Police are searching the area around West Acres after a suspect allegedly fled from law enforcement during a traffic stop.
Two men were charged in Carlton County District Court in connection with a vehicle pursuit on Monday evening. Dexter Thomas Leddy, 21, of Superior, was charged with one count each...
Two men were arrested Tuesday after one of them allegedly ran from police, and a search of their home later uncovered marijuana, officers said.
A handcuffed domestic violence suspect's desperate leap off an elevated portion of Interstate 35 near the "can of worms" interchange in Duluth — and his subsequent attempts to bribe an...
Not every speedy spectacle at this summer’s Duluth Air and Aviation Expo will be in the sky. Airshow officials recently announced the addition of a jet-powered truck to the lineup...
A Pine Ridge woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury for strangling another woman to death on the reservation.
Police have arrested a man accused of ramming a Moorhead squad car. 30-year-old Jeffrey Garten Junior is facing charges of assault, fleeing and DUI.